Story / Other
Mark Amery on priorities for the new government from the arts sector
Author: 
Mark Amery
Nadia Reid. Photo credit Ebony Lamb
Story / Music
“It’s not like I’m selling soap or something. I’m selling my whole existence and it’s a vulnerable place to be.” Nadia Reid on the blessings and the burden of being a songwriter.
Author: 
Hannah Mackintosh
Karin McCracken in Body Double
Story / Performing Arts
Female sexuality and desire, a socially taboo subject, is cracked open on stage in a new work by Eleanor Bishop and Julia Croft with Karin McCracken.
Author: 
Hannah Mackintosh
Erin Donohue
Story / Literature & Publishing
Creative Writing graduate Erin Donohue talks about experiencing mental health issues as a teenager, and her debut novel that addresses this growing issue.
Author: 
Christine Mackintosh
Story / Performing Arts
"Twenty years ago I was an African American slave." Victor Rodger writes about Pasefika actors taking on African American roles ahead of FCC's latest production, The Mountaintop
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Victor Rodger
Story / Screen & Sound
The statistics for female directors in film and TV are extremely poor, but that's not putting off young filmmaker Miryam Jacobi as she releases her debut short film at this year's Show Me Shorts Fest
Author: 
Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Literature & Publishing
Poet Laureate Michele Leggott offers an explanation and extract from the first section of 'The Fascicles', a project in her new collection Vanishing Points which grew to be seven sections in length.
Author: 
The Big Idea Editor
Story / Visual Arts
"With privilege comes great responsibility." Tracey Barnett speaks about her drive to tell refugee stories ahead of the upcoming exhibition Transplanted: Refugee Portraits of New Zealand
Author: 
Hannah Mackintosh
Iain Clark Jewellery
Story / Design
Oamaru jeweller Iain Clark talks about the birth of steampunk in Oamaru, the changing scene of retail, and how that affects his trade as a craftsman jeweller.
Author: 
Christine Mackintosh
Story / Music
New Zealand’s leading entertainment podcast 'Don't Give Up Your Day Job' is celebrating their 50th episode with very special guest, guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel.
Author: 
Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on the work of Ruth Thomas-Edmond, Kirsty Lillico and Lightreading in Wellington.
Author: 
Mark Amery