Scattered across seven countries and six timezones, how have New Studio mastered the art of remote working?
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.
Brit Seaton meets some of the individuals who are redefining online spaces, in ways that create offline impact
As our definition of mentorship is rooted in ancient history, Renee Lee feels that now would be a good time to reframe who we consider mentors and how we think about those relationships
‘The School of Being’ is a vivid picture of what a future art school could — and perhaps should — look like. Come and dive right in
Amalia Illgner uncovers the household names operating unpaid internships and the wider implications of working for free
Niellah Arboine explains why workplace culture is so important and discovers that behind the flash office space, many creative companies still fall short
Ruby Goss draws from personal experience to launch an investigation into the gender pay gap that plagues the creative industries
The story of five friends who, rather than work unpaid internships, converted a school bus into a mobile graphic design studio and launched their careers.
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