We write
great emails.

If you’d like to stay in the loop with the arts and creativity in Aotearoa, get ‘em in your inbox.

If you’d like to join a movement of people backing the arts and creativity.

State Of The Arts Social FA1 04

STATE OF THE ARTS: an online kōrero

Thursday, 18 November 2021
7:30 pm — 8:30 pm

Thanks to all that joined us on the evening for STATE OF THE ARTS, it awesome to share that kōrero with you all. Keep an eye out for more online events.

What do our Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi artists think about the arts in Aotearoa right now?

Pour yourself a drink and pull up a pew, because we’re about to find out.

The Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi is proud to present: STATE OF THE ARTS, an online kōrero delving deep into how the arts are tracking in Aotearoa, featuring frank takes from the people who live it.

Hosted by Arts Foundation Trustee Miriama Kamo, our panel discussion will feature 2005 Laureate Simon O'Neill ONZM (Opera Singer), 2011 Laureate Dr Fiona Pardington MNZM (Photographer), 2020 Laureate Shayne Carter (Musician and Author), 2006 Arts Foundation Laureate Oscar Kightley (Writer/Actor/Director/Comedian) and 2020 Springboard award recipient, Moana Ete (Multi-disciplinary).

How to take part?

Simply secure your free ticket on Eventbrite, fire up your Zoom account and settle in for an hour of engaging kōrero.

If you have a burning question you’d like to ask of our artists, send it to libby@thearts.co.nz