“It’s not like I’m selling soap or something. I’m selling my whole existence and it’s a vulnerable place to be.” Nadia Reid on the blessings and the burden of being a songwriter.
Female sexuality and desire, a socially taboo subject, is cracked open on stage in a new work by Eleanor Bishop and Julia Croft with Karin McCracken.
The statistics for female directors in film and TV are extremely poor, but that's not putting off young filmmaker Miryam Jacobi as she releases her debut short film at this year's Show Me Shorts Fest
"With privilege comes great responsibility." Tracey Barnett speaks about her drive to tell refugee stories ahead of the upcoming exhibition Transplanted: Refugee Portraits of New Zealand
Artists reflect on how they navigate the loaded conversation starter, “So, what do you do for a job?”
“None of us traverse through life without setbacks." We talk to Borni Te Rongopai Tukiwaho during the Atawhai Festival about action around suicide, mental health & wellbeing in the performing arts.
“I didn’t realise the tragedies of people's lives.” Photographer, John Crawford has created a striking series of photos to shine the light on homelessness in Auckland.
“Conversation does the work of change. Art sparks that conversation.” The Auckland Council have instigated a creative approach to Auckland’s largest littering problem, cigarette butts.
“There is a deep romanticism around the artist moving to the big city and ‘making it’.” Katie Kerr sheds light on migration from the perspective of the artist.
“Going with your gut is a way of honouring your vision of the work as opposed to someone else’s vision of the work." Alice Canton with her new work OTHER [Chinese] challenges concepts of authenticity.
Iconic and much-beloved NZ playwright Roger Hall is proud to confirm NZ THEATRE MONTH for September 2018 and is calling all theatres and creators to get involved.