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Vivid and vibrant, Ekaterina Dimieva's work reflects her outlook on life. She explains how hope and freedom can motivate your creative senses.
Sefton Rani doesn't hold back - his work packs a punch and delves deeply into contexts that are helping him forge his own path.
A collection of Māori creatives have put together an exhibition that gives culture prominence among the commercial. Dina Jezdic went to check it out.
A decade is a long time in anyone's book - but in Courtney Sina Meredith's book, it's worth the wait and all the pain endured.
Disaster is the mother of revolution - we speak to experimental artist Teresa Peters about revelling in rupture to combine digital and real-life platforms.
It's been a huge week for the arts - with big money moves in mentoring and accessibility. This week's arts news bulletin delves into how the sector's COVID recovery plan is playing out.
Is being allies enough? In this week's Lowdown, Dina Jezdic checks out the vibrant and diverse cultural happenings and movements that are uplifting our communities.
The weather is hot - your reading choices should be too. Dina Jezdic illustrates why a book about a failed book is a perfect summer read.
Some things never go out of fashion. A good book written by one of NZ's finest authors to enjoy over summer is one of them.
Don't let going back to work stop you holding onto the joys of summer. Dina Jezdic tells us why you need to read Becky Manawatu's incredible debut novel.
Looking for something to keep your brain ticking over in the idle summer time? Find out why this Rachel Kerr offering is worth your while.
Epic exhibitions with generational impact, captivating visual performance, unwavering controversies and the ushering of new eras - your arts news bulletin keeps you on the pulse.