Story / Screen & Sound
CIRCUIT presents their annual symposium and artist week in Christchurch this year with a sensory feast of film that will leave you considering some of the bigger social questions.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Research
The Big Idea exists to be supremely helpful to New Zealand’s arts & creative sectors and we've come up with some new ways we might do that better. We want your opinion on these potential offerings...
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The Big Idea
Story / Visual Arts
The Tomorrow People sees Mark Amery come away with questions about public galleries providing safe space for new ideas.
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Mark Amery
Story / Music
Young hip hop artist, Emanuel Psathas, talks about the risky move of tackling NZ’s binge drinking culture in his debut album, Choice(s).
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Marketing & Media
Nicole Slater is an L.A. based social media & branding consultant who specialises in the entertainment industry. Learn about the ever-changing landscape of social media and online marketing.
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Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Story / Community & Access Arts
Dominion Rd The Musical promises not only a rollicking good time, but also a framework for building diversity in the truest sense of the word into performing arts practice.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Music
“This is a stellar opportunity for musicians to learn so much from people who have been working with and in music for years,” Dylan Pellett, Independent Music NZ about this year's Global Music Summit.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Performing Arts
Indian Ink is celebrating 20 years as one of New Zealand's favourite theatre companies. We speak to Director, Jacob Rajan, about the secrets behind their success.
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Hannah Mackintosh
Story / Performing Arts
Renee Liang lifts the lid on issues of representation and storytelling.
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Renee Liang
Hadassah Grace. Photo Credit Moana Minson
Story / Literature & Publishing
Described as "a poet who tells millenial fables", Hadassah Grace weaves the tales of her own experiences into poignant reflections on life as a woman in contemporary New Zealand.
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Hannah Mackintosh