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A comprehensive arts show featuring news, reviews and interviews on film, theatre, dance, the visual arts, books, poetry, music ... all the delights and creations of the arts community that get us excited and engaged. Hear from the creators and commentators on a 90 minute show brought to you by the He Waka Eke Noa Charitable Arts Trust.


  • Producer / Presenter: Richard Green

    Richard is an arts practitioner with over 30 years experience in theatre, film, festivals, music and events. He’s an award winning screenwriter, short film maker, producer of large scale and community events and an advocate for arts access. He’s an Exec Director of the He Waka Eke Noa Charitable Trust, sits on the boards of two school boards and the NZSTA. Richard spotted a gap for a real arts programme in Auckland and started KickArts in 2012.

  • Presenter: Georgia Parker

    Hailing from Titirangi, brought up listening to just the right amount of Pat Metheny, Georgia is an enthusiastic member of the Kickarts team.  Involved in the local music scene, Georgia works part time for St Jerome's Laneway Festival and the Titirangi Music Festival, as well as other community events. She has an Arts Degree in Sociology and Art History from Auckland University, and is currently studying to practice Counselling.


Sunday, 17 March, 2019


Arts practitioners from Tamaki Makaurau and beyond discuss their work, their journeys and those important issues that affect us all. 90 minutes of frank, open discussion, great music, inspiring thoughts and fascinating projects!

Previous podcasts

  • SUNDAY 10/03/2019

  • SUNDAY 3/03/2019

  • SUNDAY 24/02/2019

  • SUNDAY 17/02/2019

  • The Politics of Art

    • SUNDAY 17/09/2017
    • Health

    A great insight into how changes in government might change the way arts in Aotearoa NZ is viewed and valued. Attending Kickarts’ discussion around the importance of the Arts in Aotearoa / NZ were Louisa Wall (Labour Party), Barry Coates (Greens), Mika Haka (T.O.P.) and Tracey Martin (NZ First).

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