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Tertiary arts resources are closing down everywhere while the government extends hefty subsidies to foreign blockbusters. James Littlewood tucks in for the Lowdown #21.
From attention spans to comedy to filth: the poet in conversation with James Littlewood.
Jo Randerson is passionate about artists earning their worth. That’s why her company Barbarian Productions just became a living wage employer. James Littlewood clocks on.
In the age of ubiquitous reviews, what the hell’s happened to the arts critic? Vanessa Zigliani demands an answer.
From the outside looking in, it can seem like others possess the secrets to a flourishing career in the arts. Madelein Dore digs deeper, revealing that no one really knows what they're doing.
TBI editor James Littlewood asks Word Christchurch Programme Director Rachael King about festivals, writing, and writing festivals.
Thinker and writer Jenny Robin Jones explores the slings and arrows of a life lived in letters.
A week out from Dylan's Auckland concert, Professor Peter O'Connor unpacks the singer/poet's ability to wrangle history into new forms.
Think you're getting any younger? Dancer and educator Susan Jordan brings us up to date with the importance of creativity in a life well lived.