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Image: Zulu, Jeremy Hanna, Weta Workshop
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Masters of Design may sound like a perfect name for a group of superheroes or a band - but it’s offering the chance to learn from the rock stars of one of New Zealand’s growth industries.
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The Big Idea Editor
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Four walls can't contain creativity - check out this week's best COVID-19 Instagram art.
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The Big Idea Editor
Life in lockdown starts now. Photo: Sasha Freemind on Unsplash.
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Welcome to the lockdown. What does self-isolation life hold for you? We have insights from a man who got a headstart on it.
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Dominic Hoey
Mental Health needs to be taken seriously right now. Photo: Anthony Tran on Unsplash
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Are you paying attention to your mental health? We get art industry and psychologist insight into the most challenging time of many careers.
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The Big Idea Editor
Image: @maori_mermaid
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It's the COVID-19 Art of the Week, as artists around the world take motivation from the biggest issue on the planet.
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The Big Idea Editor
Alice Canton.
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The shock is dissipating, now reality is setting in. We speak to a trio of arts industry talent about the unprecedented challenges they face in the Coronavirus era.
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Dominic Hoey
Fat Freddy's Drop. Photo: The Label.
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A veteran of the much-loved NZ band on bailing from their European tour, what COVID-19 crisis looks like overseas, self isolation and his hopeful forecast for artists.
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The Big Idea Editor
Don't let your creativity get trapped.  Photo: Vinicius Amano
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Two of the judges for the Hnry Awards give their insights into why creativity and experimentation are important to your career - no matter the industry.
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The Big Idea Editor
Image: Ruby Jones
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As the country reflects a year on from the heinous act in Christchurch, we revisit some of the artists that helped us grieve and gave us hope.
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The Big Idea Editor
Nikau Hindin puts her heart and soul into the creation of aute. Photographed at the exhibition ‘names held in our mouths’ at Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery, 2019. Image: David St George
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Passionately traditional and unapologetically confronting - like the stars that inspire her mahi, Nikau Hindin is shining a light on a controversial topic.
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The Big Idea Editor