The Lowdown looks at big names wading into the Toi Hourua saga, what's on the line in the final countdown for Auckland Council budget submissions and creatives determined to make a difference.
The Festival caused a positive buzz with its impressive 2023 line up reveal, with the threat of Council Budget cuts also a hot topic of conversation at last night's launch.
Don't be a bunny - find out how to get your creative event an egg-cellent boost.
Auckland's Orchestra offers a diverse range of performances throughout the year, from classical masterpieces to movies in concert, interactive family fun and exciting musical collaborations.
Liz Skinner explains being a nobody has its advantages and can be a superpower when attending one of the biggest networking events in Aotearoa's creative calendar.
Sachie Mikawa isn't afraid to be 'weird' - she shares the advice she wishes she knew earlier on in her creative career.
After a seven month search - NZFC has landed on its new leader, who has an impressive track record in the sector.
Verity Johnson on the art of rambunctious revival and what all creative genres can learn from Auckland Arts Festival headliner Blanc de Blanc.
What matters to you when making your career choices? One writer explains why they chose a freelance life in the arts over job - and financial - stability.
Creative NZ's contentious Digital Arts Service Toi Hourua is back in conversation - as the Lowdown looks at national and local government funding issues, as well as celebrating some important creative achievements and accolades.
Want to know what the parties actually think about the state of arts and culture in Aotearoa right now? The Big Idea approached all in parliament to state their case in an election year.
Tāmaki Makaurau is "on the precipice of uncertainty" - We speak to some of the city's creative leaders to find out the real impact of the proposed funding cuts and what needs to happen to change it.
Some of Aotearoa's most respected artists, creative leaders, academics and educators have come together to make sure that the arts gets on the radar in this year's election campaign.
We find out the creative minds being honoured as finalists for this year's Young New Zealander of the Year award.
The collective voice of the creative community is needed urgently - find out how it can make a huge difference, if you're prepared to let it. Plus all the latest arts news you need to know.
It's the most frustrating stage of the creative cycle - but Verity Johnson tells you why that restlessness is so important and how to lean into it.
Presented by Perpetual Guardian in association with Te Motu Vineyard and the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, the Small Sculpture Prize is a national award for an original free standing or wall sculpture up to 800mm in any direction. The Premiere prize is $5000, and a Gallery Patrons Merit prize of $2000.
Help us launch an exciting new product for readers and booksellers.
Teaching our after school and possibly holiday art workshops
A rare opportunity to be involved in a major international arts and cultural event.
A rare opportunity to be involved in a major international arts and cultural event
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū - one of New Zealand's foremost galleries, widely regarded for its innovative and engaging exhibition programme - is seeking an Educator for parental leave cover
Expressions of Interest (EOI) requested from artists or artist groups whose practice recognises and celebrates diversity
The Visitor Experience Lead will help to shape excellent visitor experiences with contemporary art and manage all aspects of the Gallery’s Front of House.
Seeking an Exhibitions Manager with experience in, and understanding of, project management, exhibition scheduling and design.
Passionate about youth development and creative arts? Make a positive impact on young people's lives. Enjoy a diverse and exciting role. Apply now!
Artists stretching the boundaries of Fibre and Textiles. Arts Council Nelson are thrilled to announce the call for entries for Changing Threads 2023. Open to all artists currently living in NZ.
Inhabit is a public art project, a site to explore traditions of care within birthing communities in Aotearoa
Earth Songs - Paintings by Linda Gilbert and Robert Looker
Presented by Queensland Museum Network, World Science Festival Brisbane returns to Brisbane’s cultural precinct to ask, and answer, some of the biggest questions facing humankind.
Artists and art organisations need stable spaces in which to work. Effective and sustainable ways to secure those spaces are vital, so our creative future can thrive.
A celebration of diversity through the unifying power of creativity and cooking
Bergman Gallery is delighted to welcome Louie Bretaña as a represented artist
King Street Artworks coordinator Ian Chapman says: “Consider what the mental health of Aotearoa New Zealand would be like if a King Street Artworks existed in every town.”