What do you stand for? A manifesto can act as the succinct expression of the values underpinning your practice or organisation.
Perhaps technology is not the greatest threat to your livelihood after all?
"Exposure doesn’t taste very good on toast" - having open conversations about what we earn and how we manage money is the only way to a richer arts ecology.
Commercial brands are forever looking for creatives to add cachet to their wares. Get tips and advice on what it's like to strike deals with these global giants.
With so much focus on arts education and development -an important question has to be asked - are we willing to pay for good skills?
Former Director of South Seas Film School, producer, writer, director, professional film reviewer, acting coach, and self-confessed movie nut, Adam Fresco with a hands-on guide to finding your inner Kubrick.
Need to break out of your normal creative routine? You're not alone - here are some examples of artists not afraid to push boundaries to inspire your next move.
What’s in a name? Those who create under an alternate identity explain why a pseudonym can be helpful in your arts career.
From cartoon voices to household habits, there are so many ways for creative people do to keep their confidence up. This list has something for everyone and could be a game-changer.
A well-written creative bio does more than list your accomplishments - it makes readers curious.
When it's time to stop making art for your own enjoyment, here's how to find clients who pay.
If you're confused over how you ensure ownership of your work - or if you're able to tap into others - this is a must-read. One of Aotearoa's leading lights in the realm of copyright lays it bare.