The arts are powerful forms of expression that recognise, value, and contribute to the unique bicultural and multicultural character of Aotearoa New Zealand, enriching the lives of all New Zealanders. The arts have their own distinct languages that use both verbal and non-verbal conventions, mediated by selected processes and technologies. Through movement, sound, and image, the arts transform people?s creative ideas into expressive works that communicate layered meanings.
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actor, musician, singer, dancer, film maker, photographer, technician, writer, composer, editor, stylist, curator, exhibition manager, designer, graphic, animation CGI, computer gaming, architecture, costume, stage and set, lighting and sound, advertising and branding, industrial, interior, fashion, technician, sound, lighting, props, stage and set, makeup, visual artist, sculptor, nga toi and pasifika practitioner, kaiako, kaiawhina, director, producer, content manager, publisher, event co-ordinator, arts business manager (kaiwhakahaere), arts leader, cultural advisor, organiser, advertising, television, publication, electronic media, industrial design, graphic design, interior design, landscape design, textile, fashion, media, web design, photography, television, film, digital media, theatre, architecture, print management, printing, Illustration, cartoonist, animator, sign writing, exhibition, teacher, lecturer, painter, sculptor, printmaker, photographer, arts & cultural planner, art critic, art historian,