Claire is a staff writer for Art Radar and a regular writer for Culture360. She has written articles for journals such as Craft Victoria, Writers Bloc, Tongues Multilingual Magazine and Inkpot Review (Singapore). She often writes about multicultural art projects and cultural exchange. Below is a list of her publications.
Freelancing in the Creative Industries
Co-authored with Karen Le Rossignol and published with Oxford University Press in late 2015, Freelancing in the Creative Industries is a reference that will guide you through your journey as an emerging freelancer in the arts. With an emphasis on creative thinking and problem solving through diverse case studies, this book will help you to become an adaptable freelancer who is able to think strategically in an ever-changing arts sector. It encourages emerging freelance practitioners to open their minds to diverse ways of practicing. It has a strong focus on freelancing skills across creative arts areas and takes examples and references from visual arts, writing, performing arts, music, new media arts and cross-disciplinary arts.
All Art Radar articles, profiling contemporary art trends and news from Asia and beyond, can be found here.
The elusive pull of objects in Craft Victoria
An overview of literary festivals in Asia and Europe in Culture360
Literary Cities: Barcelona in The Writers Bloc
Hiding Love Letters between Pages at the State Library in Victoria University Reviewer for a Day as part of the Melbourne Writers Festival
In Review: The Art of Empathy: Celebrating Literature in Translation in Tongues Multilingual Magazine
Unleashing the creative power of science in Culture360
Dancing between words in Inkpot Reviews
The sound of silence in Inkpot Reviews
Connecting the next generation of festival directors in Culture360
New connections in new media in Culture360
Wilson, Claire and Middleton, Amy, “Project 5 – Activation of spaces through drawing”, RMIT Design Archives School of Architecture and Design, Sue Ryan (ed), July 2010
“Crossing Borders” Exchange Magazine, Orit Bierenboim (ed), Jan-March 2009