How to turn old lessons from portfolio careers into new gains, when starting a studio-based business.
Does a new digital rights portal for Aotearoa publishers solve the issues facing our authors? Andrew Wood investigates.
Aotearoa's creative women have been earning the spotlight here & around the world - celebrate their success, hear their concerns & mourn the loss of a key toi Māori figure.
A Toipoto creative explains how three decades of yearning for 'Someplace Else' created her most personal exhibition - and why the impending return of travel is so important to the arts.
Dame Jane Campion's latest Oscar is more than just a solo success story - we look at the reaction from inside the NZ film industry & what the spotlight might mean here.
With this year's Academy Awards dished out, the only NZ Oscar winner of 2021 dishes out some pearls of wisdom he wishes he knew earlier in his career.
Freshly minted Silver Scrolls winner Troy Kingi opens up to The Big Idea about finally winning the award, his creativity struggles and advice on chasing your dreams.
Literally plastering the walls of Tāmaki Makaurau with the voices of its youth could be one of the most significant impacts from this year's Auckland Arts Festival.
Get the Lowdown on the arts' "perilous" situation despite the new traffic light setting, with the creative community's most in-depth coverage & emotional reactions to the biggest topic in NZ.
The three Studio One Toi Tū residents explain what inspired their work and how their practice has been advanced by their time at the Ponsonby creative institution.
Is this artwork worth having your social media accounts suspended? One artist explains how a fundraiser has spiralled into a major headache.
Known for its industrial focus and outlet shops, Chris Forster turns the spotlight onto the creative energy flowing through Onehunga and art's role in inspiring its future.