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A post on The Big Idea tackles the distribution of arts funding, and why youth groups are missing out on their share. Our executive director, Huia O'Sullivan, was one of those approached for comment. “Youth artists voices are definitely not heard, or financially supported to...

Ngā Rangatahi supporters celebrated Matariki at the opening of an exhibition created by our rangatahi at Toi Tū in Ponsonby. The exhibition was based on documentation of the process of creating a new haka. Hikohiko te Uira - the name of the exhibition and the...

Our executive director, Huia O'Sullivan, was on stage recently at Basement Theatre for the Re: News panel on the awkward relationship between art and money. The other panellists were Auckland Central MP Chloe Swarbrick, FAGSWAG's Tim Swann and moderator Nisha Madhan. “For us, the conversation...

As I watched my father lay there in what I thought it was, this massive refrigerator, the feeling of his skin was so cold, very pale and hard. I could barely even breathe. I couldn’t think straight from the days and nights awake hoping for...

The teacher is of course an artist, but being an artist does not mean that he or she can make the profile, can shape the students. What the educator does in teaching is to make it possible for the students to become themselves. (Horton &...