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Sometimes deciding what books to read can be the hardest way to start your holidays. Here's what we think should make the cut.
2015 was the arts annus horribilis but they say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. The positive insights industry leaders took from the challenges will enable you to end 2015 on a high note.
From Brandis to burnout, we've compiled the most read arts news throughout 2015 so you can use the break to read those you missed.
How did we get here? Take time to catch up on how politics impacted on the arts in 2015 and enter the new year with a better understanding of the way the arts sector works.
In the age of the hyperlink, the theatre is one place audiences can be engaged without the ability to click away.
The arts sector is struggling to envisage the future in the face of post-Budget Australia Council grant outcomes that left many stranded and more bad news from MYEFO.
The BCA was probably doomed the moment Tony Abbott announced its creation out of Australia Council funds.
If the joy of the season is turning your stomach, we suggest an arts emetic.
Encouraging transparency and participation, the 2016 ArtsHub Conference will provide the sector with an opportunity to get answers from industry leaders.
Tips on how to manage your organisation’s archive and how to massage it into a workable resource – both online and off.
The arts are increasingly acknowledged as a key force in developing the capacity for human connection.
We all have common sore points when it comes to arts marketing, but we can't overcome them if we keep doing the same tried and tested techniques. Here's how to change.
An arts career isn't chosen for money nor for status. But cultural activist and musician Katherine Zeserson believes she knows why we are here.
Australia's army, navy and air force personnel will have access to a new creative recovery program, making the arts a key weapon in the battle for the health of the troops.
Comparing ourselves to other people is only natural, but it can get in the way of us creating our best work and destroy our artistic output. Here’s advice on how to keep it in check.
Experts from Australia Council, Creative Victoria, Arts Queensland and more tell you what you are doing wrong when applying for funding.
Directing a dozen arts festivals has given Leo Schofield a clear view on the secrets to ensuring a festival works.
Burnout is a perpetual risk for anyone working in the arts. How can we shift responsibility from the individual and fix the problem from the top?
Arm yourself with smart comebacks to the people who insist on telling you arts funding is a waste of money.
If you are not playing by these budgeting rules, don't expect the numbers to add up on an arts income.
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