What would you do if you were asked to unlock a door to your past you haven't opened in decades? Jack Gray explains why he's so proud of his latest choreography work.
WATCH: After getting his life back on track after a stint in prison, former gang member Richard Fa'avesi explains how his creative outlet paved the way.
After the uproar over the restructure at City Gallery Wellington, some in the creative community are concerned about what a Council-driven "transformation" could mean for another cultural cornerstone - Andrew Wood digs deeper.
One of the success stories of Aotearoa's creative community in 2023 has been the completion of the touring Wharenui Harikoa - Jack Gray looks at the journey, impact and challenges the artists faced along the way.
WATCH: Behind the emotion of Aotearoa's pioneering literary festival's heart-breaking decision and an insightful, insider's guide to the creative community's funding crisis.
WATCH: From tradesman to craftsman, a retired Pākehā joiner explains what led him out of his comfort zone and into studying toi whakairo rākau.
Creatives in regional Aotearoa know how hard it is to fend for yourself - so one Northland organisation has found a way to bypass the bureaucracy and hidden hierarchies through exciting new portals.
WATCH: Art is about expression, creativity and freedom yet when it comes to burlesque, performers still have to battle stigmas and stereotypes - even from within the creative community.
Raising the standards has been taken to new heights at Unitec - with students given additional avenues to shine and smash through their creative ceilings.
A new resource has thrown up the possibility of Aotearoa creatives finding ways to connect and build new relationships with Latin America - and the results are already compelling.
As they prepare to embark on their creative careers, University of Auckland students reveal what they've learned about themselves - and their creative process - ahead of their final year exhibition this week.
More than 18,000 people have been creatively uplifted by Dance & Arts Therapy New Zealand since it started ten years ago. Their services have never been more in demand - or more important.