3 October 2022
How to make a documentary
Are you a storyteller? Documentary production allows you to tell a story you care about to a wider audience.
5 April 2022
How to write a screenplay
In this guide, we’ll go over the basics of screenwriting and explain how to turn that great story idea into your first script.
16 February 2022
How to start a record collection on a budget
Tips and tricks on collecting vinyl that won't break the bank
19 January 2022
Being part of a youth panel
Being part of a youth panel doesn’t have to feel anxiety-inducing. This article will tell you how to enjoy your experience on a youth panel as a young adult.
12 August 2020
A practical guide for shooting good footage
Things to look out for while filming to make your editing process easier
27 July 2020
How to edit audio using Audacity
A simple guide to editing audio using Audacity – free software available for Windows, macOS and Linux.
5 September 2019
Frequently asked questions for theatre producers
If you’re starting out as a theatre producer, one of the things you’ll realise quite quickly is that there’s no one ‘right’ way of doing things and your role will vary hugely depending on the type of show and the context you’re working in.
2 September 2019
How to write a funding bid
If you’re applying for funding for your project then being faced with a blank form can be pretty daunting. It can feel like a test or a series of hoops to jump through and funders often use language which makes it more confusing.
17 July 2019
WebinArt Workshop: Pricing your Creative Business by Mahmood Reza
One of the many decisions that you will face in running your creative business is how to price your products or services, price and value not necessarily being the same for either the seller or buyer.
4 July 2019
How to make a comic book like James + Jack: The Adventure Begins
James + Jack: The Adventure Begins author James Riding reveals his top tips for writing, designing and colouring your very own comic book
1 July 2019
How to be an amazing theatre producer
Guildford Fringe producer Nick Wyschna gives his advice on how to put on a successful theatre production
17 December 2018
How to network as a young artist who hates networking
Networking. Some people love it. They are natural at it. They thrive in that environment, they are social butterflies and they find conversation easy. Me on the other hand.... Well, it’s my nightmare.
27 November 2018
TheatreCraft 2018: How to build a career in theatre
Starting from the bottom now they’re here. A panel of industry professionals from TheatreCraft’s 2018 careers fair open up about their first steps in theatre
24 September 2018
How to write a good personal statement
Writing a personal statement can be daunting, but this is all you need to know about what makes a good personal statement, good.
5 July 2017
How to review an exhibition
How do you review something that can be so contentious?
5 June 2017
How to share your arts skills
This part of the Bronze Arts Award is notoriously sticky. Passing on an arts skill can be difficult for all sorts of logistical reasons but there's little more rewarding than teaching, so they say.