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Cathy is a journalist, photo journalist and online editor with more than 10 years' experience. As a reporter she has worked in community news, daily news and has covered everything from environment, councils and transport to the creative industries. As an online editor she has worked on two of New Zealand’s biggest websites. Cathy has a passion for online communities, the creative industries and creative diversity. Her creative practice includes writing, poetry and photography. She has dabbled in film making and has plans for 'documentary/multimedia making' in the near future.
FESTA director Jessica Halliday tells us how the Christchurch festival is evolving with the city and intertwining art with architecture.
Through thinking creatively, can we bring new life to old materials and a city in flux? A Christchurch artist and Wellington design students tell us about their collaboration for FESTA.
Writer Rachel Davies tells us about the freedom and challenges of digital immersive storytelling.
From London to the Far North, Ana Heremaia has come a long way to find her purpose to use architecture and design to help Kaikohe rangatahi find theirs.
“I didn’t know what the hell I was doing.” Creative entrepreneur Duncan Greive on risk, disruption, sports star lessons and business lingo bingo.
In response to an explosion of independent creative makers in Auckland, Q Theatre is providing a pathway to the next level.
The constant hum of people and music was replaced with the sea lapping on the foreshore.
Assistant Len Lye curator Paul Brobbel tells us about the latest exhibition at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and the pending Len Lye Centre.
In this TBI QnA, Cathy Aronson tries to answer her own questions (harder than it looks, eh Cathy?)
You'll need a strong stomach to digest this! So scull some yoghurt and prepare yourself for a crash course in the school of hard knocks for media releases.
You’re a leader in your field – well known for professional productions, exceptional storytelling and a stellar cast and crew. So why is your story not being told in the media?