Get up to date with what's happening in Aotearoa's creative community - from daring overseas moves to award-winning moments, major announcements and bright signs for the future of New Zealand's arts and culture.
Could the next big import be international festival-goers? A veteran of the festival circuit explains why now is the time to promote our uniquely Kiwi events to the world.
To the uninitiated, the prospect of having your book translated into different languages is daunting and exciting, but how does it happen?
New Zealanders have dominated the winners list at this year's epic World of WearableArt award show - including the newly crowned Supreme winner.
It's been the talk of the creative community this week - but what does CNZ senior management's "significant failings" mean to those it looks to serve? Andrew Wood gives his thoughts.
It took half a decade, but artist Wendy Hannah has brought together an ambitious project that has created an installation the size of a bus - and brought many tamariki along for the ride.
Art in its myriad of forms is a dynamic force that will forever be intertwined and transformed by sexuality. But is tapping into your deepest desires and releasing them a path to more creativity?
What do you stand for? A manifesto can act as the succinct expression of the values underpinning your practice or organisation.
Instead of bringing in an overseas leader, one of the creative community's staples has brought an ex-pat home. Get the Lowdown on all the happenings and opportunities in your arts news bulletin.
As Aotearoa celebrates Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, Arts leader, performer and choreographer Jack Gray explains the crucial and powerful role Te Reo is playing in his current travels in the United States.
Perhaps technology is not the greatest threat to your livelihood after all?
The Big Idea's Kim Meredith speaks with the freshly crowned Kea World Class New Zealand Awards Supreme Winner - Dr Maia Nuku, Oceania Curator for New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.