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How can you tell if your creative concept has been ripped off or if it's just coincidence? An experienced media mentor lays it out bare.
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The Big Idea Editor
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Concerts create memories that last a lifetime. We meet two rising stars who dedicate their careers to capturing that experience for all eternity.
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George Berry
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One of Aotearoa's leading Māori theatre-makers has been making the most of new opportunities but states a long awaited shift in mindset isn't happening in the right way.
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Annette Morehu
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Arts and science can make strange bedfellows but are they the perfect combination to spread the message of a carbon neutral future?
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Kate Powell
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The brains behind New Year's festival phenomenon Rhythm and Vines explains their new push for diversity as they release their 2020 lineup.
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George Berry
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Does an internet famous feline deserve its own museum exhibition? A non-believer heads along to find out.
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Courtney Rose Brown
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How much progress did the arts community make before NZ was dragged back into the Pandemic? A deep dive into where we are at and what still needs attention.
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Kate Powell
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Aotearoa's communities need arts more than ever - we continue our series highlighting creatives who are giving back during tough times.
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The Big Idea Editor
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Ahead of tonight's arts, culture and creative sector election forum - streamed live on The Big Idea Facebook page - some sharp minds expose the issues and policies that could influence your vote.
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The Big Idea Editor
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Esteemed singer-songwriter Paul McLaney's eye is just as important as his ear when it comes to his creativity process.
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Graham Reid