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Mark Amery has worked as an art critic, writer, editor and broadcaster for many years across the arts and media. He is co-director of public art programme Letting Space, an art consultant has a strong interest in arts development and is the former Director of New Zealand’s playwrights organisation Playmarket. He was part of the curatorial team at City Gallery Wellington.
Life is still nowhere near back to normal for our theatres. Mark Amery reveals more about the industry hardest hit by COVID-19 in this week’s arts news bulletin.
From important research to game-changing funding news - it's all happening in this week's arts news bulletin.
Mark Amery discusses what changes might be needed to see better access to the arts across New Zealand’s communities - along with all the latest arts news and good reads online.
Mark Amery discusses the opening up of discussion about offensive statuary in your weekly arts news bulletin, as well as NZ International Film Festival’s bold new look.
Ground has been made - not just always in the social justice sense. Mark Amery's weekly arts news bulletin keeping you up to speed on great work online and what makes headlines.
Shoutouts to artists, the government on their arts package and those supporting Black Lives Matter - Mark Amery has your weekly arts news bulletin.
Fears of funding cuts, the trickiness of restrictions for venues and why we’re still waiting on the government’s emergency arts package - Mark Amery has your weekly arts new bulletin.
Good news for the screen industry and its viewers and a whole lot of mixed tidings on the openings of museums and galleries in this week’s Lowdown art news bulletin with Mark Amery.
Has the arts value in recovery - both in school and in society -been recognised by the government? What is and isn’t reopening at Level 2? Mark Amery with our biggest arts news bulletin yet.
This week’s arts news bulletin delves into the need for NZ Music Month, calls for increased funding and the battles for survival and eyeballs.
Is $16m enough? Mark Amery looks into the pressure the government is under to support our sector, how Australia compares and much more in your weekly arts news bulletin.