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Kate is a cultural critic and curator. To date, she has held a variety of roles as a social media strategist, artist liaison, artistic director, and publicist.
Kate has studied at the Sotheby's Institute (London), Victoria University (Wellington) and AUT (Auckland).
She currently works in Public Relations and Communications.
Last week's brief Lockdown was a reminder not to take our creative offerings and artists for granted. We lay the challenge to mainstream media and point you in the right direction.
The music industry's stories that were only spoken in whispers are finally being dragged into daylight. This week's Lowdown doesn't hold back on this confronting issue.
Creativity doesn't just exist on a page or on a wall - this week's arts news Lowdown looks at some of the biggest topics and most impressive accolades.
A knight, a scholar, a pioneer - insights into an extraordinary career that has helped drive the revitalisation of te reo Māori in the arts.
COVID cancellation scares keep coming, but there's no stopping awards and initiatives to recognise talent in the creative world - all in this week's arts news bulletin.
Every artist aims to break new ground, Jenny Bornholdt has done it for decades. She talks to The Big Idea about her latest honour and how to leave your mark.
Tessa Duder has inspired generations of New Zealanders - we reveal her latest achievement as she explains how to stay relevant in the creative world.
Māori and Pasifika performers have been creating international headlines - so why are local media so slow off the mark? This week's arts news bulletin addresses some longstanding inequalities.
It's one of the arts most exclusive clubs - and it's invitation only. With the unveiling of this year's Arts Laureates, we look at how the award impacts the chosen artists.
Emily Hartley Skudder's approach to creativity is anything but ordinary, with a passion for pastel and a strength to speak out when others can't.
A generation of incredible local artists disappeared from national consciousness - but the work of one of our finest ever photographers is righting that wrong.