On the wrong side of the gender pay gap
Kiwi actor Ria Vandervis discusses life on set, in the limelight, and on the wrong side of the gender pay gap.
Anna Connell: Why I’m a patron of the arts
‘The good and the great’ help to keep NZ’s arts scene going - but what will happen when they’re gone?
Theo Schoon’s hand in our history
The contemporary artists of Aotearoa revel in the synthesis that Theo Schoon spoke of.
Auckland Arts Festival future secured
Ongoing funding for the Auckland Arts Festival has been approved by Auckland Council.
Resistance alive and well on K’Rd
Three NZ artists, with dazzling variety, are resisting the modern age’s urge to commodify the human experience.
Artist starts new life in Italy
At 57, Christchurch’s Averil Stuart-Head followed her heart to create art in a medieval village in Italy.
Novelist Tanya Moir’s double life
Award-winning author Tanya Moir recently outed herself as romance writer Holly Ford.
Aotearoa takes a gorgeous photo
Laurence Aberhart and Mark Adams have pursued the discovery of NZ as an idea and a reality since the 1970s.