Sulu Fiti, Outreach Manager for Mahuki, on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums) sector.
Wellington-based Kelly Spencer on her latest piece in Lyttelton, her take on sense of place and roots, and on the joy and vulnerability of painting walls.
"I decided to do a brick and mortar store because stores act as pseudo public spaces. When you got to a new city, you stroll around and if you have a nice person in the shop  and they’re your tour guide."
"It seems like there is always something to be a part of, or to check out, which creates the creative community."
Plan some extra time in Oakland’s Chinatown because walking through Downtown Oakland’s streets inevitably means stopping to look at exquisit street art. If you look closely, you’ll notice most of the murals in this areas are signed, “Dragon School 99.”