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Good Company artist building bridges in Japan

Visiting Japan for the first time since the onset of Covid-19,artist and Good Company Arts director Daniel Belton returned to reconnect with colleagues, foster new connections and present new work.

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Artist shares Samoan dance and culture in Malaysia

Dancer Ufitia (Tia) Sagapolutele describes her time at Rimbun Dahan residency in Malaysia, where she shared Samoan dance forms and learned about indigenous practices.

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Back to camp - arts producers make connections in Thailand

Three NZ performing arts producers connected with kindred spirits, re-affirmed old connections and built new ones when they took part in workshops and attended an performing arts market in Thailand.

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NZ curators explore Gwangju Biennale

Curator Melanie Oliver writes about attending South Korea's Gwangju Biennale with three fellow curators and describes what she took away from attending South Korea's premiere arts event.

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Q&A: Made in Them

We chat to dancers and choreographers Xin Ji and Xiao Chao about their work ‘MADE IN THEM’, premiering at Auckland's ASB Waterfront Theatre on 21 and 22 April.

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Asia awaits for New Zealand arts practitioners

Thirteen New Zealand-based arts practitioners have been awarded funding to undertake opportunities in Asia thanks to the return of Asia New Zealand Foundation’s Arts Practitioner Fund.

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Exploring the Arts in Tokyo and Seoul: A Cultural Journey

Read director arts Craig Cooper's account of his recent visit to Japan and South Korea to connect with potential partner organisations and scope out new opportunities for the Foundation.

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Q&A: Ceramics exhibition reflects on lives of Otago's first Chinese

The rich and complex history of the first Chinese to live in Otago is explored in an exhibition by Cindy Huang being held at Queenstown's Te Atamira gallery.

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IN TOUCH - Drinking With Li Bai

We chat to poet Doc Drumheller about his IN TOUCH Arts Commission work in which fellow poets and dignitaries in New Zealand and Asia read poems from his 2018 collection of poems Drinking with Li Bai.

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A Clear Dawn shines for budding poets

Students at Cobham intermediate turned their hands/minds to the art of the ode thanks to a Foundation-arranged visit by poet Neema Singh. Livia Adams and May Fudakowska (Y8) describe the experience.

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The First Asian Prime-Time Sitcom

The Foundation talks to Nahyeon Lee about her new play The First Prime-Time Asian Sitcom - how the work evolved through the pandemic and the pressures that have come with putting on an Asian-led show.

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IN TOUCH - Being, Becoming

We chat to artist Xi Li about her IN TOUCH Arts Commission work Being, Becoming - an organic and synthetic digital sculpture reflecting on identity through a mythical narrative framework.

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