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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.
On World Poetry Day, The Big Idea highlights some of the New Zealanders who use their creativity to bring passion and personality to a much loved craft.
The Lowdown looks at how independent artists are being supported and celebrated, the Kiwi countdown to an international art event and some impressive milestones in the NZ creative community.
Three talented and successful Tāmaki Makaurau based artists have thrown their considerable creative clout behind Toipoto.
As Auckland Arts Festival launches into life, one of Aotearoa's most recognised designers is calling on NZers to embrace the creativity of clothes they wear.
On International Women's Day, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni writes for The Big Idea about the current state of creative boardrooms.
One of the creative community's most respected voices on fair treatment of artists work says it's time to flip the switch on the sector's four-letter word.
How Auckland Arts Festival is finding ways to bolster its 2022 line-up, despite the pandemic disruptions.
All the creative announcements and information you need to know and reactions from within the sector as the Lowdown breaks down some important happenings.
There are now two COVID support options open to creatives - we break it down to help you make your choice on which (or if any) are right for you.