Story / Visual Arts
It was always the road less travelled that interested Flox, a stencil artist with fine art roots who has traversed her way to becoming an icon of art in Aotearoa.
Author: 
Chrissy Irvine
Aroha Mai
Story / Community & Access Arts
On the eve of their first production, we talk to a new theatre company about challenging the audience, encouraging playfulness and putting mental health at the forefront.
Author: 
Ellen Falconer
RANGAITIKEI - "MOUNTAIN MELTING TO THE RIVER, RIVER TO THE SEA" (DENIS GLOVER) 2018 by STANLEY PALMER
Story / Community & Access Arts
The Big Idea talked to beloved landscape artist Stanley Palmer on the eve of his latest exhibition Chart of Aotearoa and asks what advice he’s got for aspiring artists.
Author: 
Karyn Tattersfield
Hannah Jensen at Allpress Studio. Photo courtesy artsdiary.co.nz
Story / Visual Arts
Read Mark Amery’s latest lowdown for a roundup of recent happenings in the arts.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Hera Dunleavy as Nancy, and Andrew Grainger as Charles Hart
Story / Management & Admin
The Big Idea is where the best jobs in NZ’s arts sector are advertised. Want to know who got the job? First up: Ticketing Executive at Auckland Theatre Company, Melissa Handley
Author: 
Sam Grover
Angella Dravid
Story / Performing Arts
How can art and comedy be served by our discomfort? We talked to Angella Dravid this week about getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Author: 
Karyn Tattersfield
Story / Education & Development
Are you your own worst critic? Here are a few ideas to keep that critic at bay.
Author: 
Sam Grover
Body Double Production - Photo by Tabitha Arthur
Story / Performing Arts
Renee Liang reflects on some of the final offerings of the Auckland Arts Festival, along with the Festival’s future balancing delivery to audiences while nurturing the local arts ecosystem.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Seleka clubhouse, Tonga  before the Cyclone. Photo by Virginie Dourlet
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery is back with his second instalment of the Arts Media Lowdown, providing you with insightful signposts to what’s been going on in our arts community over the past fortnight.
Author: 
Mark Amery
STRAY donators on Boosted
Story / Marketing & Media
Moscow International Film Festival rolls out the red carpet this month for homegrown indie film STRAY. Success by any measure - but it may not be there without its innovative crowdfunding campaign.
Author: 
Karyn Tattersfield
Julia Croft by Andi Crown
Story / Performing Arts
A two-night fundraiser season for critical hit Power Ballad, described by one reviewer for The Edinburgh Guide as maybe ‘the second weirdest Fringe show I've ever seen.’
Author: 
Karyn Tattersfield