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Arts policy researcher for The Big Idea Assist and Working Group member of Creative Coalition.
Thought Leader of fun-firm Vibracorp - currently bringing you Creative Mornings, a monthly breakfast talk series in Auckland.
Networks, networks, networks! I can't get enough of them... especially when it comes to the creative sector. But networks also need to be leveraged to become active sources of change and progress.
All the work I do through different channels looks at how a truly exciting creative city can be fostered through the connections within its creative sector - putting competition aside and seeing forward-thinking collaboration across all facets of the creative ecology.
I think there is particularly a need for this in Auckland - and I'm committed to seeking out and maximising opportunities in this area to see Auckland recognised world wide for its innovation and ideas.
The Draft Auckland Plan erases almost all references to arts, culture and creativity raising alarm bells for the sector, says Elise Sterback, General Manager The Basement Theatre.
Elise Sterback talks to Nisha Madhan from Future Hotel, creators of IQ2 performance as part of the Living Room programme in Auckland.
Interactive art happening held at the Portavilion stage at Splore Festival 2012, Tapapakanga Regional Park, New Zealand.
Rather than a festival, Art Week should be thought of as a spotlight on everything already going on in Auckland’s vibrant arts scene, says programming facilitator Mink Boyce.
CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types.
CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast talk series held in Auckland at various cafe locations around the city, see creativemornings.com
Vibracamp was a 5 day school camp style festival in the Kamai Ranges which featured artists such as Stress Cadet, Canadia, Let Me Go Drone & The Wicks