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  1. $25 in two cents: two quotes that got away, from The_Future_For[of]_Arts_Development_in_Aotearoa_New_Zealand doc
    “Pay us $25 hour to be here.” “Artists need good wages, not the $25/ hour CNZ has been putting forward for some time (it’s too too low for contractors that many artists are working and have to pay tax).” these come from under the subheading Artists need to be paid fairly and recognised as professionals […]
    Filed in CAPITAL CAPITAL CAPITAL, National Scandal | 26-May-23 | no comments
  2. The Future of Arts Development in Aotearoa New Zealand AKA The Future FOR Arts Development in Aotearoa New Zealand … AKA ‘Future Island’ charting a course for it, illustrated with stills from Clutch Cargo
    here’s the pdf: says CNZ: “We agree with many artists and arts organisations that where we are now doesn’t serve our communities and will not improve without an intentional and significant shift.” says CNZ: “It’s important to us to co-design the ‘future island’ with those who will be living on it.” this may raise […]
    Filed in ..., CAPITAL CAPITAL CAPITAL, National Scandal, pique-assiettes, porte-parole | 25-May-23 | no comments
  3. institutional support & community support for the arts are different and recognised to be so in sport
    It’s all here, from Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage’s Cultural Policy in New Zealand (page last updated 8 October 2021): An early concentration on supporting the “high arts” was supplemented in the 1970s by structures and policies to support a wider range of cultural activities in New Zealand’s local and ethnic communities. Policies came to […]
    Filed in ..., CAPITAL CAPITAL CAPITAL, National Scandal, pique-assiettes, Problematik, resolution | 18-May-23 | no comments
  4. here’s a curious¿ idea: the self-cancelling culture of Nz Aa; or an autoimmune affliction of the arts
    Sophie Roberts is speaking for Silo Theatre to Kate Prior. She asks what sort of feedback Roberts got from sector peers when she made the announcement, “2023 is Cancelled” Prior says, “I’m thinking of [chief executive of Creative New Zealand] Stephen Wainwright, and the fact that he acknowledged the cancellation on the Creative New Zealand […]
    Filed in CAPITAL CAPITAL CAPITAL, detraque, immedia, National Scandal | 14-May-23 | no comments
  5. Terry Sheat’s “Time For A Public Inquiry Into Creative New Zealand,” for Scoop (30.09.2022), excerpts
    Creative New Zealand (state funding body for the arts), responding to Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand’s application for funding, “specifically questioned ‘the role and relevance of Shakespeare in Aotearoa.’ It […] also stated that ‘the genre [Shakespeare] was located within a canon of imperialism and missed the opportunity to create a living curriculum and show […]
    Filed in ..., CAPITAL CAPITAL CAPITAL, National Scandal, pique-assiettes, porte-parole | 05-Oct-22 | no comments
  6. “Why’d I do it?” A dialogue in broken English on the state of critical discourse in New Zealand as it appeared before the Smythe coterie at Theatreview, or, critical organ flaccid for fluffers in front of cultural grand canyon: “It started with a trickle” and sank without a ripple
    Below, to grow your viewing pleasure and to view my growing displeasure, please find a minimally edited copy of the exchange of comments ensuing from that already posted here in the preceding post. [link] Theatreview provided the venue for this unhappy episode, on the occasion of John Smythe’s review for Mary Stuart at Circa Theatre, […]
    Filed in croydon, enomy, National Scandal, pique-assiettes, representationalism, theatricality | 03-Mar-10 | no comments
  7. cultural fluffers & grand canyons, the former ending, the latter starting, with a trickle from the top. John Smythe reports from the front, saying, “It now runs very deep.”
    The following is a comment posted in response to John Smythe’s review of Ross Jolly’s production of Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller at Circa Theatre, Wellington. (Full review here.) A couple of statements stick out at odd angles from this review so I feel compelled to comment. To wit, the first line: Since Shakespeare died […]
    Filed in advertisement, CAPITAL CAPITAL CAPITAL, croydon, enomy, National Scandal, pique-assiettes, representationalism, theatricality, X | 01-Mar-10 | no comments
  8. Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand
    REGARDING ARTS AND CULTURAL POLICY Dear Helen Clark, A brief introduction: I have tried writing this letter a number of times, in divers modes, with little success: as a formal submission on policy–if unsolicited; as an open letter–hopeful of the enthusiasm of others to sign it; as a research or discussion paper–in formal academic mode; […]
    Filed in | 20-May-09 | no comments
  9. corps de crise, curs de cris, cours de coeurs de cris: notes fragments of Simon Taylor
    I was reading Norman Manea’s A Hooligan’s Return, about the exiled writer’s return to Romania. His book On Clowns remains my favourite. In fact, I quoted from it extensively in a letter advocating state patronage of the arts to Helen Clark in her first term as Prime Minister, in 1999. I thought, what is it […]
    Filed in N-exile | 14-Nov-08 | no comments
  10. Bruce Petty said it, something like: the political (& political-artistic) situations we would satirise now so closely resemble the satire that we are, as effectively as in any totalitarian regime, silenced. Stupid, stupid silence.
    … the above-named today turned down my application for a a grant to write Love Project 9. I am a victim of hope: a year’s worth of planning and preparation … not the entirety pinned on this one funding round but … enough riding on it as a source of legitimation, for the work done […]
    Filed in inanimadvertisement | 28-Oct-08 | no comments