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Art Shines During Matariki

Aotearoa’s newest public holiday means more than just a long weekend. Witness how creatives play a crucial part in making Matariki a true celebration of New Zealand’s many cultures in a uniquely New Zealand way. READ MORE 

 

Making A Career Out Of Children’s Music

It's one of NZ's most unsung success stories - but Aotearoa's children's music scene is the envy of many countries. See why it's so important our stories are shared in song to the next generation.  READ MORE

Transcending Oceans And Generations

An extraordinary piece of ngā toi Māori isn't just inspiring awe and reflection from New Zealanders, it's proving a connecting kaupapa for indigenous people from across the globe. READ MORE

From Crime To Comedy

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. READ MORE

Carve Your Own Path

From tradesman to craftsman, a retired Pākehā joiner explains what led him out of his comfort zone and into studying toi whakairo rākau. READ MORE

 

Going, Going... Gone West?

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. READ MORE

Naked Ambition

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. READ MORE

Write Them Off At Your Folly

Rejection sucks - but this trio of creative women show that when someone closes the door on you, the best answer is sometimes to kick down the wall and build your own door for others to enter.  READ MORE

 

Young Māori Creatives Shine Bright

Representation matters - Four talented wāhine explain why being authentic matters as they embrace Te Ao Toi by their own rules. READ MORE

 

Finding Your Voice

How family, passion and a desire to hold space for Pasifika people drove Kim Meredith to step into the challenge of becoming a gallery owner. READ MORE

These videos are made with the support of NZ on Air Public Interest Journalism Fund.