Story / Performing Arts
The Actors' Program brings you Earthquakes in London, an epic play that goes straight to the heart of how climate change affects our lives, relationships and how we think about the future.
Author: 
Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Music
"A cup of tea...that's a good metaphor for my career so far." Composer Stephen Gallagher sums up his stellar career as like striving to make the perfect cup of tea.
Author: 
Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Story / Community & Access Arts
Following a multi-million dollar refurbishment, Auckland’s Ellen Melville Centre is open for business, offering a place to meet, share ideas, learn and grow and to support the local arts community.
Author: 
Christine Mackintosh
Rui Peng, Co-Founder & Creative Director at Critical
Story / Design
‘How can I align my deepest desire with the world’s deepest need?’ This is the question that guides designer, Rui Peng, on his quest to become a true social entrepreneur.
Author: 
Hannah Mackintosh
Zinnia O'Brien, Co-founder of The Exhibit
Story / Digital & Technology
Zinnia O’Brien is the co-founder of The Exhibit, a soon to be launched online art exhibition platform. She talks to us about the evolving art market, and her inspiration and vision for the site
Author: 
Christine Mackintosh
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