Who Got The Gig?

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Youth Arts New Zealand strives to make a difference for Aotearoa's young creatives. Their dynamic new Board have the tools to do just that.
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The Big Idea Editor
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Tracey Monastra’s return to the Creative NZ Advocacy team has been 20 years in the making - and couldn’t have come at a more critical time.
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The Big Idea Editor
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From working with Annie Lennox and Liam Gallagher to some of the planet’s biggest events - Natasha Beckman’s incredible journey has led her back to where it all began.
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The Big Idea Editor
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Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi has dived head first into a much-needed advocacy role for Tāmaki Makaurau, and Alison Taylor wouldn’t have it any other way.
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The Big Idea Editor
Natasha Matila-Smith. Photo: Emily Parr.
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The opportunity of a life time has given one young Aucklander the chance stamp her mark for a change in attitude.
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Dominic Hoey
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Creative Waikato's new CEO has been getting his hands dirty, outlining how this crisis might lead to more international opportunities for artists.
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Dominic Hoey
Carrie Rae Cunningham
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Well studied and heavily credentialled, a former Women of Influence awards finalist explains what inspired her to take up the helm of a much admired arts organisation.
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Andrea Rush
Clint Taniguchi
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After honing his craft across the United States, Europe and Asia - we find out why mulitmedia artist Clint Taniguchi’s so excited about his new gig in Aotearoa.
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The Big Idea Editor
Portrait of Borni by Peter Meecham for NZ Herald.
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Known as a champion for well-being and social change Borni accepts the role as first Māori director of the Auckland Fringe. He talks to Emanuella de Ruiter about what he learned from his whānau.
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Emanuella de Ruiter
Jessica Duirs. Photo: Michael Smith Photography.
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How an unforgettable moment while waiting in the wings sparked a lifelong passion for Jessica Duirs.
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Emanuella de Ruiter