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Noma Sio-Faiumu - photo supplied.
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Noma Sio-Faiumu, from a Pacific perspective, shines a light on brilliant work in cultural connectivity
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Delight 2019, Oh My, God. Photo by Sait Akkirman
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Not one to take the path well travelled Teresa HR Lane kicks dust in the face of some common tropes.
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The Big Idea Editor
Nick Gibb - Supplied
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Nick Gibb pens us a poignant argument on autism in the arts.
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The Big Idea Editor
Annette
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Annette Morehu proudly speaks of the Māori in her and her tamariki and questions iwi privilege on the dawn of Matariki.
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The Big Idea Editor
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My children are of Samoan, Chinese, Indonesian, Dutch and English descent - how might they fit a new future? By Opeloge Ah Sam
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The Big Idea Editor
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It takes passion and pluck to run a not-for-profit in the creative sector; Alex Lee calls for a new korero.
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The Big Idea Editor
Performing in the community to enrich the likes of others - senior music students performing at the local library to celebrate NZ Music Month.
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STEAM vs. STEM - why the arts must be proactively included in curriculum design
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The Big Idea Editor
Alex McKellar with her son Wyatt
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Director Alexandra McKellar plays a few roles - mother, teacher, performing artist, partner and long distance driver.
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The Big Idea Editor
Photo by Arthur Osipyan on Unsplash
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In her recent article, Johanna Knox offered a passionate analysis of the current state of appreciation of the arts in Aotearoa and beyond. Wolf Heidecker wrote to TBI with his response
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Philippa working on The Fine Line's NZ sculpture
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Martin Hill’s iconic work gives vision to Jacinda Ardern’s principles of health of the people, the climate and the planet. This Soapbox is about why the time is now for New Zealand to fiercely lead.
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The Big Idea Editor