Inspired by visiting her father's film sets since she was a baby, Harriett Maire has channelled their relationship into an award-winning short film about space.
Composer Joel Haines tells us how he approached a career in writing music for some of New Zealand's favourite TV shows.
Breathing life into the stories of our ancestors.
Performer, Director and Writer, Anya Tate-Manning brings an honest perspective on pursuing a career in theatre.
Isaac Stone speaks to the inspiration behind his upcoming concert, Vanishing Voices: Music honouring our endangered languages
Rhys Mathewson on life as a young comedian and how he hopes to contribute to New Zealand comedy.
Sacha Copland on the drive behind her desire to create dance that gets under your skin, and her experiences navigating a career in dance.
Swing-dance teacher by day, stand-up comedian by night, we chat to Saran Goldie-Anderson about juggling multiple creative gigs and her experience signing for deaf theatre audiences.
Deborah Crowe discusses a sustainable model for building a career in the arts.
We talk to Victor Rodger about the personal journey that spurred him into a career in theatre and the creation of a theatre movement that places Pacific Practitioners at its heart.
We chat to Mason Cade Packer about his love of filmmaking from a young age and his most recent award-winning film, Generation G.
Jan Hellriegel on the drive behind setting up Songbroker.