ACTING LOCAL, GOING GLOBAL

A fresh approach to a volunteer organisation model is connecting local people – and business – to the community of Kkoba, Uganda. Purpose Projects aims to bring volunteer work to a local audience, with an attainable goal in mind.

Read More
FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
MUSIC AS THERAPY

Currently in Aotearoa, music therapy is in its infancy compared to the rest of the world, with only an approximate of 75 registered music therapists working around the country. However, this field of therapy is growing faster than ever.

Read More
FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
CREATIVITY, FOUR FLOORS UP

Ao Tawhiti is Unlimited and Discovery schools’ new home – reborn in a creative hive of energy, life, and freedom. Standing tall on St Asaph Street, on the edge of the South Frame as one of the latest editions to Ōtautahi’s cityscape.

Read More
FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
IGNITING THE CENTRAL CITY

Vibrancy and pops of colour continue to be dropped around Ōtautahi with more than a dozen artworks set to ignite the central city this month, thanks to SCAPE Public Art’s Season 2019 – Aotearoa’s pre-eminent public art festival.

Read More
In DetailJoshua Brosnahan
FIRST, DO NO HARM

From his garage/studio in Richmond, Rob Upritchard is making colourful monkeys from a self-assembled, Heath Robinson-inspired modular machine that mulches, recycles, and repurposes waste and junk

Read More
Joshua Brosnahan
WHERE THE WILD THINGS WED

Romantic souls may look to Paris as the city of love but wedding events entrepreneur Samantha Gerard believes New Zealand ranks with the best in the world when it comes to out of the box, intimacy-inspiring locations and venues.

Read More
FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan
SAGE ADVICE

After struggling with the organisation of her own nuptials, Lucy Magill quickly recognised there was an opportunity to create ‘something incredible’ for the local wedding and event industry.

Read More
FeaturesJoshua Brosnahan