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Dominic Hoey is an author, playwright and poet based in Tāmaki Makaurau. His debut novel, Iceland was a New Zealand bestseller and was long-listed for the 2018 Ockham Book Award.
Dominic also works with marginalised youth excluded from the education system, using art, yoga and meditation to help them with their mental health and to transition into higher education or employment.
He grew up idolising criminals and gangsters. Now Todd Williams, AKA Louie Knuxx, is a role model for at-risk youth. He chats about working with young people and the importance of vulnerability..
In 2017, musician Lydia Cole released an album, toured the country and moved to Berlin. Then the chest pains started.
His first hit, Demon’s Cave, has been played millions of times worldwide. Now, Auckland musician Roy Irwin is back with some fresh new tunes.
Around the world, youth are demanding change. We talk to 19-year-old Matthew Goldsworthy, whose creative organisation helps other young people to discover their passion and power.
Ahead an upcoming tour, Dominic Hoey talks to internationally-acclaimed writer Michael Pedersen about fantasy literature and NZ's 'bounding beauty'.
Evie Kemp talks to Dominic Hoey about her various artistic pursuits, her love of Instagram, and striking a balance between personal and professional projects.
Dominic Hoey catches up with Muslim hip hop artist Mo Muse to discuss his debut album.
A group of Massey University students are using the stage to bring attention to climate change. Dominic Hoey spoke to Kerris O’Donoghue about the project.
Dominic Hoey talks to an award-winning director about a new work which brings people from different generations together to air their grievances.
Dominic Hoey explores an arts mentoring project to discover how it's changing young lives.
Dominic Hoey talks to two emerging artists, both winners of a unique award that shines a spotlight on mental health. [In partnership with Upstairs Gallery].