How museums could light up and display more of the world’s precious objects for longer
Emrah Baki Ulas explores how new advances in lighting technology can improve museum displays for visitors while also addressing preservation.
Unpacking ableism and challenging excellence: why disability arts needs a platform, not a box
Undercover Artist Festival's Madeleine Little explains why we need to get rid of boxes completely.
Gutted by Government: new report shows fading optimism at a grand scale
Keeping Creative is a new report that pits state and federal government responses to COVID relief for the arts, against…
Poetry with Bruce and Bunjil
Writer Paul Mitchell's understanding of spirituality changed when he was brought into a poetry workshop with Bruce Pascoe.
Exit strategy: a new vision for art and culture?
As the debilitating impact of the pandemic on arts and culture continues, the sector frantically grabs the handbrake to stop…
Risk-managing a pandemic? Ask an artist
As lockdowns and restrictions limit the arts across the country, Esther Anatolitis believes the arts sector might just have the…
Revealed: How New Zealanders feel about the arts
A look at Creative NZ’s just-released triennial survey, giving an in-depth insight into how Aotearoa views the arts.
Why we need a fresh approach to arts advocacy
In a call to arms for reinvigorated arts advocacy, John Daley looks at how politicians are out of step with…
Keeping safe while working with sensitive subjects
Mental health should come first in planning and creating a production, according to Indigo Paul, who gives us a perspective…
Experts say our galleries and museums need to become greener
From our boards down to visitor services, museums and galleries have a holistic responsibility to become more sustainable entities –…