TalkWrite

Rangitahua. Photo / Jason OHara
Story / Performing Arts
The story of how collaborations in a small community grew into a Company of Giants.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Kaikoura - The first roadtrip in 2005 for 'Biscuit & Coffee' in a $400 van.
Story / Performing Arts
Whether your goal is fun or financial, the thrill of a tour comes with the reality of the road. Theatre company Flaxworks share their tales and tips.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Small Metal Objects. Photo / Matt Grace
Story / Music, Performing Arts
As the Spiegeltents, junkyard playgrounds and murals go back in their shipping containers, Renee Liang wraps up her coverage of the arts festivals in Auckland and Wellington.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Ruaumoko - APO Te Manu Ahi Reh Aotea
Story / Performing Arts, Screen & Sound, Visual Arts
Renee Liang reports back on another week of festival fugues, at Auckland Arts Festival and NZ Festival in Wellington.
Author: 
Renee Liang
'The Woman Who Forgot' - "This is the first time that local company Storybox, which specialises in technology-mediated events, has done promenade theatre." Photo / Storybox
Story / Performing Arts
Smartphone apps, time and space, rock operas and chalk theatre - and it's just the first week of festival fugues! Renee Liang takes us on her journey so far.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Wellington author and NZ Festival Writers Week participant, Chris Tse.
Story / Literature & Publishing
It's Writers Week at the NZ Festival, or as Wellington author Chris Tse describes it, a week to be fully immersed in a literary state.
Author: 
Renee Liang
"Arts festivals are a great way of reaching new audiences – it’s three weeks of buzz, arty saturation or marketing and media, and targeted outreach." Le Grand Continental - opening night of New Zealand Festival 2016 in Wellington. Photo / Clayton Gould
Story / Music, Performing Arts, Other
Renee Liang celebrates the start of arts festival season, with major festivals hitting Auckland and Wellington at the same time this year.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Story / Music, Performing Arts
Renee Liang muses on how her perception of Christmas has changed since she had kids.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Story / Performing Arts, Literature & Publishing
As we hurtle once more towards year's end, Renee Liang finally has time to reflect on 2014 and five words that have helped her in the arts. She also explains what's been keeping her so busy.
Author: 
Renee Liang
Story / Management & Admin
Renee Liang reports from the Nelson Arts Festival with interviews and blogs about her experiences, with some input from local poets and artists.
Author: 
Renee Liang