Arts media is under critical pressure, but a new report explores how to strengthen its future.
Because being creative, playful and silly is good for the brain!
A Christchurch mosque survivor and others who’ve suffered trauma on the importance of art as medicine.
“There’s real power in seeing someone who looks like you, who's had experiences like you, being represented.”
In the creative sectors Pacific people are thriving and in the last few years we’ve seen Pacific people lead these conversations too.
How young wāhine Māori artists navigate their art with hauora.
Experts share how they’re bridging the gap between access and the desire to participate in the arts industry.
When we’re unable to articulate emotions through the barrage of the pandemic, the arts not only lift our mood but remind us of who we are.
Want to improve children’s performance at reading, writing, maths, and science? Focus on arts, culture and creativity.