Simone Kaho speaks with Tusiata Avia about unexpectedly finding permission to reclaim her dream.
With the country in Alert Level 1, many Kiwis have been enjoying the simple pleasures art provides – galleries, music gigs, local theatre productions, checking out the latest films in cinemas. However, Grammy-winning opera star Jonathan Lemalu hasn’t been to see a movie since January. “The thought of going to see a movie just makes […]
Edited by Karl Chitham, Kolokesa U Māhina-Tuai and Damien Skinner, Crafting Aotearoa is perhaps one of the richest resources of New Zealand’s craft history, told through the lens of making. A mixture of indigenous practices, art pieces, artefacts and household objects, the book shares the knowledge, skill and work of artists and craft makers over […]
The Fathers Fono is connecting Pasifika dads to combat family violence.
Cook Islands dance is well known for it’s energetic rhythms, swaying hips and shakey legs! One Cook Islander is turning her passion for her culture into a healthy obsession.
‘Mau and the Visitor’ play, runs for a second season Playwright Pulotu Canada McCarthy has assembled an 11-strong cast for the second season of his play “Mau and the Visitor.” The show depicts one of Samoa’s darkest days in history, the killing of Tupua Tamasese Lealofi III.
Husband and wife duo Mataio and Sarah Brown were awarded the Points of Light by the HM Queen Elizabeth II for this years' Commonwealth Day celebrations.
When Evo Leota-Tupou saw her children were at risk of losing their Gagana Samoa, she decided to look for solutions.
A roll-out of 'vaxi vans' has launched to help healthcare providers get to communities and rural areas easier.