Who Got The Gig?

Zoe Black, image supplied
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Zoe Black talks with Emanuella de Ruiter about engaging more culturally diverse artists and communities
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Emanuella de Ruiter
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Emanuella de Ruiter talks to Bobbie Gray about why she thinks she got that gig
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Emanuella de Ruiter
Hayley Dingwall. Credit: Sophie Howard
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Who got the gig? To mark NZ Music Month, Hayley Dingwall, Funding Advisor at NZ On Air, talks to Alice Geary about her new role and why she loves getting NZ talent heard.
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Alice Geary
Rosalyn Lesurf-Olner
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Falling in love with Aotearoa when visiting is easy. Rosalyn Lesurf-Olner did exactly that and decided to stay, bringing her international experience to a much admired, multi-cultural enterprise.
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Alice Geary
Toni Huata. Photo by Penn Productions.
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Toni Huata is passionate about music and tikanga Māori. She talks to Emanuella de Ruiter about her vision for her new role.
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Emanuella de Ruiter
leading image from Nightsong's job ad
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Emanuella de Ruiter follows up one of the best job ads we have seen for a while - it got over 1,000 hits, so we were super keen to see who got that gig
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Emanuella de Ruiter
Alice Hutchison. Photo by Jamie Coxon
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Emanuella de Ruiter catches up with the recently appointed director about her enthusiasm for supporting emerging artists, and learns how her degree lead her to an international career.
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Emanuella de Ruiter
E-Kare preforming at Schouwberg Rotterdam Theatre, The Netherlands. Supplied by artists.
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Each summer, the Rotorua Arts Village runs The Open Studios Project, an artist residency programme. Emanuella de Ruiter catches up with this summer's recipients.
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Emanuella de Ruiter
Karl Chitham. Photo by Natascha Hartzuiker
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The new director of The Dowse shares his favourite aspects of the job with Emanuella de Ruiter.
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Emanuella de Ruiter
Sarah Farrar. Image by Jennifer French
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From rocket science to archeology: Emanuella de Ruiter gets inspired by the new Principal Curator at Toi o Tāmaki and her approach to learning and research.
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Emanuella de Ruiter