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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.
Experience Creative New Zealand's cancelled Annual conference for yourself - its message of resilience is more timely now than ever.
Three different disciplines, all connected by their refusal to throw in the towel - and making their voices heard.
Uplifting artists and creatives throughout the country - not just in the main centres - will play a major role in Aotearoa's recovery.
The arguably most keenly affected creative community has its say, do they speak for you?
The Pandemic was supposed to scupper the Auckland Arts Fair - but it could end up making this year's edition the most accessible yet.
As we reach a new stage in COVID-19 life, is it time to set new rules of engagement for the arts? The most recent PANNZ Hui panelists have strong views.
A ban on mass gatherings is close to worst-case scenario for arts festivals, but the latest PANNZ online hui shows no one is waving the white flag.
The Arts community is finding its collective voice - we talk to some of the leaders of the new social media movement about fellowship, funding and the future
Emergency funding support - or lack of it - has been the arts' hottest topic. Creative New Zealand fronts up to The Big Idea.
The farewell show of Auckland’s Pop-up Globe is ironically a long overdue one that puts a woman’s voice to the forefront, writes Kate Powell.
This month will take Dan Arps out of the galleries and into the community - and you get to leave an impression on his work.
From the newly minted NZer of the year’s perfect response to an awkward situation, to the day of reckoning for an industry predator, the Lowdown's Kate Powell has a big week covered.