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.
How an unforgettable moment while waiting in the wings sparked a lifelong passion for Jessica Duirs.
How do you score a job spearheading Aotearoa’s most exciting festivals? Turns out it’s all about communication, passion and finding your zen.
The daughter of two successful Kiwi actors, Mile Fane grew up with a love of the arts in her blood. Now, she’s passing that passion on to Auckland’s youth.
Emmanuella de Ruiter talks with Abi King-Jones about her plans and the inspiration from Albert Wendt.
Ockham winner Helen Heath talks poetry, science, and generating fresh content
Caitlin lets us take a peek into a very clever residency idea, her unconventional creative process and the development of a show
Zoe Black talks with Emanuella de Ruiter about providing opportunities to showcase works created within diverse communities
Emanuella de Ruiter talks to Bobbie Gray about why she thinks she got that gig
Toni Huata is passionate about music and tikanga Māori. She talks to Emanuella de Ruiter about her vision for her new role.
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
Introducing the program for a festival like no other! (In partnership with CCAT)