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The Big Idea Editor
One of the rising stars of Aotearoa theatre talks about what his groundbreaking show Scenes From A Yellow Peril means in his promising career and why its kaupapa is so important.
It's an opportunity too good to pass up - The Big Idea speaks to three former winners of the CLNZ/NZSA Writers' Award for tips on what got their projects across the line.
There is a flood of experience, knowledge and talent leaving key roles in the creative sector - some leaving the industry or country. We get insight into what's happening and what's next.
Flames that burn bright and long can change the creative community - a packed Lowdown looks at champions, important issues, survey results and latest award opportunities.
A group of creative supporters are appealing for help as they look to build impenetrable data to force change to one of the biggest issues facing struggling artists.
Giving back to your community is often the goal of many creatives - getting paid for it can now be a reality. We explore the many rewards of the Creatives in Schools programme.
Challenging positions and issues is at the core of art - we get the Lowdown on the controversies in the spotlight, big steps in young creative careers in our arts news bulletin.
Indian Ink Co-founder Jacob Rajan is a master in storytelling. So he's got creative in working out what he'd say to his 22-year-old self.
Find out what's happening around the motu as Aotearoa's creative community takes its chance to shine in the glow of Matariki and its debut as a public holiday.
Molly Morpeth Canaday winner Melissa McMahon talks about career reinvention and how picking a hands-on course made all the difference.
The departure of key figures in the creative community continues - The Lowdown looks at who's going where, what events are inspiring underrepresented communities and the latest accolades.
It's not all about the big names - The Big Idea dives deep into the 2022 list to honour 37 creatives from across Aotearoa who deserve their time in the spotlight.