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.”
E Wen Wong embraces the beauty of tackling a difficult subject through prose.
"When I knit, I go into a sort of dreamlike state. It's fast, and slow at the same time - it's very healing and meditative."
Want to improve children’s performance at reading, writing, maths, and science? Focus on arts, culture and creativity.
Being far from home when diagnosed with cancer has helped solidify photographer, DJ and creative, Stef Rose’s identity.
From fashion to home interiors, makeup to art.
Play is about being present and pursuing curiosity. And it’s good for us and creativity!