NZ Pacific Studio's residency for tangata whenua creatives in Wairarapa
Arts Access Aotearoa is “deeply concerned” about the impact these funding cuts would have on the mental health and wellbeing of Aucklanders, along with the city’s network of 27 creative spaces, its Deaf and disabled artists, and the arts and cultural organisations providing accessible events.
This year the Ara Education Charitable Trust (AECT) is proud to partner with Auckland Airport and Stuff to breathe new life into an old home, in a sustainable way.
The Doc Edge International Documentary Film Festival is back for its 18th year and is set to make a massive impact with an exciting line-up of films, a captivating XR Exhibition, the prestigious Doc Edge Awards, an engaging Schools Programme and live events.
A celebration of diversity through the unifying power of creativity and cooking
Bergman Gallery is delighted to welcome Louie Bretaña as a represented artist
Join us, for industry panel discussions about taking your creativity online
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.
Strong, connected communities in cities, towns and rural areas are vital for the ongoing health and wellbeing of their inhabitants, says Arts Access Aotearoa Kaiwhakahaere Richard Benge.
Paying homage to the women in the Home Ground collective is a key force driving Sāla Roseanne Leota, recipient of the Whakahoa Kaitoi i Te Ara Poutama Arts in Corrections Artist Fellowship 2022.
Men in the Matapuna Special Treatment Unit of Christchurch Men’s Prison had a lot to reflect on when they watched award-winning Conch documentary, A Boy Called Piano.
"Meaningful arts experiences that resonate with all of our communities is a human right, surely," says Glass Ceiling Arts Collective Artistic Director Charlotte Nightingale.