Networking is essential for arts practitioners - here are some no-nonsense tips to help you do it (without screaming into the canapés).
We get Government and expert reaction to one of the biggest issues in Aotearoa’s creative community finally receiving some clarity.
The Lowdown looks into the current explosion of Pacific success stories on our stages, screens and galleries, bias complaints against CNZ and other important arts happenings.
Veteran bronze sculptor Jim Wheeler faced plenty of obstacles and doubt before finding his creative calling. He has some sage advice for his younger self on the journey ahead.
A quarter of a century after its debut, Dawn Raids is a play with as much significance as ever. We speak to the show's heralded producer about letting the next generation take the reins.
Doing it right - How to use sex in your art in a way that’s not totally cringeworthy, from an experienced sex columnist and creative producer.
The relationship between rugby and the arts is....complicated. But Andrew Wood reckons New Zealand Rugby can help our creatives - and vice versa.
The Lowdown returns with a farewell to a trailblazer, need-to-know milestones and award winners, funding and grant opportunities and more in your arts news bulletin.
Another major change in the creative community, as conflict of interest comes to the fore for the country's leading film organisation.
Want to take the next step in your career? Experienced arts professionals reveal the management skills they rely on most to succeed in their jobs.
There are big shoes to fill, but CNZ has brought in one of the arts most respected leaders to take up a new role at a pivotal time.
Protecting our cultural and creative heritage items is no easy feat. We find out from the frontline of preserving these taonga how we all play a role as kaitiaki.