In part 1, we hear this year's Ronald Hugh Morrieson Award winning stories and research article, with comments and writing tips from judges, Dame Fiona Kidman and Matt Rilkoff.
Stu Tullett Morris's paintings deliberately entertain naivety, becoming psychedelic, character-filled fests of movement in oil pastel, house paint and other media.
Emeritus Professor, and Mana Wahine and Mana Takatapui activist Ngahuia Te Awekotuku in conversation with Fiona Clark about their student days at University of Auckland.
“In today’s world, with all the pressure that people have… we need to take a step back, and find something slow,” says embroiderer Maree Burnnand.
A new exhibition space is opening in Top Town, Ngāmotu/New Plymouth, dedicated to showing work by emerging artists, and supporting them on their journey.
"This is our one shot. This is it," says Roger Morris. "We’re alive, and struggling to figure out a world around us that’s huge, and complex.”
Want to know the secret to organising a festival? Suzanne Porter previews Spiegel Fest and shares her experience of successfully running many arts festivals.
When Sue Hogan was feeling frustrated and depressed from job-hunting, she used craft and making to raise her spirits. She now runs a workshop and gallery space in Whakaahurangi / Stratford giving others that opportunity.