Hedgehog by Terry Hawkins
Story / Community & Access Arts
Acknowledging the strong links between creativity and wellbeing, Kimbolton is hosting the NZ Rural Sculpture Awards and Festival in an effort to create a healthier, and more creative community.
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Christine Mackintosh
Story / Music
“It takes courage for anyone to go and be themselves.” Louis Baker on what it takes to present your most honest self through your music.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Music
Jamie Newman, the man that brought kiwis No Lights No Lycra and Auckland's morning rave movement, Morning People, on what inspires him to make people want to get up and dance.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Music
Don't Give Up Your Day Job brings us Michelle Bakker, a passionate music manager who is proactively and vocally rethinking her approach to the music business.
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Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Milly Tabak The Miltones
Story / Music
“You just want to bloody play music!” Milly from the Miltones talks about the constant conflict between creating music and managing a brand.
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Christine Mackintosh
Story / Performing Arts
We chat to theatre maker Leo Gene Peters about making joyfully absurd theatre that reflects the joyfully absurd nature of life.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Lydia Zanetti
Story / Community & Access Arts
Off the back of a successful festival in 2017, Auckland Fringe Festival is now a yearly event. We talk to festival director, Lydia Zanetti, about being at the helm of such a magnificent beast.
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Christine Mackintosh
Story / Community & Access Arts
CONTAIN, an exhibition by artists from the Northland Region Corrections Facility sheds a light on the wide-reaching positive impacts of arts programmes in prisons.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Music
Paul Walsh works in private security and his clients have included Metallica, Slipknot and Justin Bieber. Don't Give Up Your Day Job podcast talks the psychology behind his job.
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Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Story / Music
Taking in a concert while sleeping? An expensive sleep at Auckland Arts Festival or a unique way to experience music?
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Christine Mackintosh