Hours and hours are lost as a job seeker applying for roles that don’t specify a salary range or rate. We explore the motivation behind the creative industry’s “salary cloaking” habit.
Why and how has it become the norm that junior roles in the creative industry require two or more years of experience?
When Abraham Asefaw was removed from his Deanship at Cannes Lions, the "most diverse" place at the festival yet again had an all-white leadership
Design Interns Club is an initiative that creates a space for anonymous reviews of internships around the globe. Here’s what we've learned from their first-ever report
Migrants to the UK regularly find that their hard work isn't equally rewarded, so Isaac Izekor feels that its time for diaspora communities to evolve their approach to building new legacies
Free pitching is a system that fundamentally undermines the value of creative work, but this week a restaurant couldn't resist a slice of the action
Tired of being told that instead of pay, you’ll get experience in return for your work, while also hearing that you’re not experienced enough to be paid?
The recent revelations from Everpress serve a stark warning that workplace racism is still a systemic issue in the creative industries
Christopher Algar calls upon the creative industry to offer support to students who’ve been impacted by Covid-19
Scattered across seven countries and six timezones, how have New Studio mastered the art of remote working?
DixonBaxi say their current team is the best they’ve ever had. We unpick that evolution.
Having dropped out of uni, a job in the creative industries seemed out of reach for Lisa Williams, but then an opportunity came her way that changed everything
Art history acts as a thin veil to dominant power structures over the ages. That is starting to change though, as online communities begin to utilise the democratic potential of the internet, rewriting the rules of what should be archived.
While studying together, Silva Baum, Lea Sievertsen and Claudia Scheer quickly noticed a severe lack of women in the curriculum and conferences they were being presented with. So they created a platform to showcase and learn from their role models.
Feel like LinkedIn can’t help you to build a career in the creative industries? Think again.
Studying art and design is often framed as a risky decision. Jack Williams argues that instead of shaming students for choosing to follow their passion, we ought to look to universities to teach them how to make their skills relatable to working life.
Brit Seaton meets some of the individuals who are redefining online spaces, in ways that create offline impact
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