Feature

NZRB 2019 hero image. Photo: Ross Brown
Story
Three different disciplines, all connected by their refusal to throw in the towel - and making their voices heard.
Author: 
Kate Powell
Pelenakeke Brown in Excavation: archival process, performed at Gibney Dance Center, NY 2019. Photo: Arielle Knight.
Story
The arts are for everyone, so how do you make sure everyone can participate in your art? Meet one of the NZers leading the way.
Author: 
The Big Idea Editor
Paterson’s harvested heritage Nga Puhi gourds, with two individually pinned and sequinned dried gourds. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Story
See life through the lens of one of the country's multi-discipline creators, as he embraces the change that is on our doorstep.
Author: 
Dina Jezdic
Story
Uplifting artists and creatives throughout the country - not just in the main centres - will play a major role in Aotearoa's recovery.
Author: 
Kate Powell
Story
The chance to change routines and shift mindsets could be what's been missing from creative careers.
Author: 
Dominic Hoey
Derek Lardelli. Photo courtesy of Creative New Zealand, photographer: Andrew Warner
Story
One of the most respected creatives in Māoridom is using his skills to help usher in the Post COVID-19 era in invigorating fashion.
Author: 
Annette Morehu
Story
Come into the mind of New Zealand's newest Prize winner - it's quite the journey.
Author: 
The Big Idea Editor
PANNZ Hui Panel - Independent artists. Image: Supplied.
Story
The arguably most keenly affected creative community has its say, do they speak for you?
Author: 
Kate Powell
Story
How do you handle the biggest career curveball of a generation? One Māori creative organisation is thriving under the new norm.
Author: 
The Big Idea Editor
Séraphine Pick, Still life (red), 2020 oil on linen, Mossman Gallery
Story
The Pandemic was supposed to scupper the Auckland Arts Fair - but it could end up making this year's edition the most accessible yet.
Author: 
Kate Powell