From the passing of community icons to recognition for leading creative minds - and how your opinion could be worth $2K - your arts news bulletin keeps you on the pulse.
Standing up to keep arts accessible and affordable, celebrating important wins and milestones and proactive steps for the future of creativity - all in this week's arts news bulletin.
We go behind the new digital approach one Aotearoa creative heavyweight is taking to increase its audience, art's influence of a tumultuous Waitangi holiday and other industry news.
Heavyweights and rookies are battling each other for some of the highest honours in NZ literature, while artistic powerhouses are farewelled & creative opportunities welcomed.
Departing veteran calls festival a "shadow of its former self", as well as huge international opportunities and honours announced for Aotearoa creatives in the return of your arts news bulletin for 2024.
Creative announcements ranging from bitter to sweet, a must-see opportunity for NZ curators, finalists found and new leaders step up - all in a busy week of arts news.
Major announcements and much-loved local events dominate the week's arts and culture news, with plenty to look forward to for the creative community.
Bright new opportunities, major successes and mysteries solved in The Big Idea's round up of the big happenings in the creative world.
The latest news from around the traps of the creative community - including one of NZ's top festivals revealing their biennial line-up, important news looming from CNZ, awards, accolades and the passing of a dedicated advocate for the arts.
Creativity is hitting the streets and clifftops of Aotearoa - we look at what it takes to get these crucial events up and running, plus a bevy of awards, success stories and a farewell to a legendary New Zealand performer.
A delegation of creatives show support for Indigenous Australians during Sydney showcase - plus the latest milestones, achievements, announcements and happenings in NZ's artistic community.
A door closes just after it opens in what now shapes as a one-off golden opportunity, unprecedented collaborations for Aotearoa creative forces, big announcements and homecomings for the NZ arts community.