“There’s not many roles for women, even young women." Director, Kathy McRae, discusses the barriers that exist for female practitioners in theatre and on screen.
"We try to make work that is filled with that sense of magic and wonder.” Hannah Smith from Trick of The Light Theatre Company speaks about the light and dark sides of life on the road.
“Come together. We are one. Not above, not below, but equal.” Musician, Tommy Nee, joins the call to end youth homelessness in New Zealand
Ben McNicoll, from the Creative Jazz Club crew, on how they have contributed to the growth of Auckland's live music scene.
“People don’t necessarily drop out of the arts because there’s no work. They drop out because psychologically it becomes too heavy.” Comedian, James Nokise on welfare in the arts.
“We are actively working on what we see as necessary change in the industry." Theatre Director, Tainui Tukiwaho, sets down the challenges that Te Pou Theatre offers to the theatre industry.
Reporting from the Creative New Zealand, Nui te Kōrero on Diversity, we listen to the call to action from arts practitioners across the sector.
"There can be a real insidiousness in the art world..." Chris Corson-Scott speaks to the challenges of finding a viable path as a photographer in NZ.
John Eady's advice to young musicians with ambitions for reaching professional performance standards.
Gareth Farry, the Producer at Sugarlicks, urges musicians to build their craft and amplify stories in new and innovative ways.
Inspired by visiting her father's film sets since she was a baby, Harriett Maire has channelled their relationship into an award-winning short film about space.