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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.
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The Big Idea Editor
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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.
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The Big Idea Editor
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"I'm not a rapper, I'm an artist" - Diggy Dupé has strong advice on not putting up with other people's labels, as a milestone concert approaches.
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The Big Idea Editor
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"He's probably due a book." Find out about the life, times and art of a gifted Māori artist whose work can be found littered all over Picton, including a gallery upstairs at a local pub.
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Alex Stone
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Aotearoa's status as a premier international film destination is intrinsically linked to the Screen Production Grant - so why is it under attack again? We dig beyond the headlines.
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The Big Idea Editor
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One of the rising stars of Aotearoa theatre talks about what his groundbreaking show Scenes From A Yellow Peril means in his promising career and why its kaupapa is so important.
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The Big Idea Editor
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There is a flood of experience, knowledge and talent leaving key roles in the creative sector - some leaving the industry or country. We get insight into what's happening and what's next.
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The Big Idea Editor
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How does a Wānanga work when it feels under Western time constraints? Jack Gray gives his reflections on the second half of the pricey but passionate event held ahead of Matariki.
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Jack Gray
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A group of creative supporters are appealing for help as they look to build impenetrable data to force change to one of the biggest issues facing struggling artists.
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The Big Idea Editor
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How important was the kaupapa discussed at the highly priced Wānanga? Hugely respected Māori creative Jack Gray gives a comprehensive insight into Toi Te Kupu | Whakaahuatanga 2022
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Jack Gray