Running over four weeks in September and presented via Zoom, the Recovery Roadmap Webinars will focus on some of the most urgent topics facing organisations and creatives in this challenging time. Each session will feature a different expert or experts in conversation with Arts Hub’s Richard Watts.
'A Mask for the Arts' is designed by AKA Australia and lovingly handmade in Melbourne by theatrical wardrobe creative Elyse Horner, with all profits generously to be donated to the Arts Wellbeing Collective.
Be it leaning into routine, allowing for the discomfort or finding rest, navigating this profound shift to daily lives looks different for everyone in the arts and beyond. Here’s some ideas on how to find what works for you.
Australian soprano and psychologist Greta Bradman phones in to SmartArts to chat with Richard about how people in the arts can care for their physical and mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beyond Blue recognises and understands the feelings of anxiety, distress and concern many people may be experiencing in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and offers the following wellbeing advice.
Arts Centre Melbourne’s Arts Wellbeing Collective has announced the launch of a new pilot program, the Support Act Wellbeing Helpline, as part of its suite of mental health and wellbeing initiatives, tailored for those who work in the performing arts.
Arts Centre Melbourne's Arts Wellbeing Collective is thrilled to announce the launch of a new pilot program, the Support Act Wellbeing Helpline, as part of its suite of mental health and wellbeing initiatives, tailored for those who work in the performing arts.
Imagine you have a bucket. This bucket represents your capacity to cope with the ups and downs in your life... Most buckets have room to manage a few stressful events at a time – but when water keeps being poured in, you can get close to the limits of what your bucket can hold.
Now that the holiday break is over, start your new year off on the right foot by thinking about how you work. Sometimes the easiest changes can bring about the best outcomes for your mental health and wellbeing.
The end of the year can bring mixed feelings for many people working across the arts. Madeleine Dore delves into why, and asks creatives about their own experiences and how they deal with end of year blues, overwhelm and fatigue.
Alone time is an essential part of the creative process, but can often be neglected or interrupted. Here's how artists, writers and musicians stick to their plans for solitude and the benefits they find in being alone.
The arts are notorious for overwork. Arts leaders, wellbeing experts and freelancers weigh in on how can we tackle the stigma of taking sick leave and mental health days at a personal and structural level.