By Ariela Zibiah
The cultural and creative sectors are among the most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For many artists in Fiji, this means many are relying on one meal a day and doing what they can to plant and grow food for themselves and their families.
However the pandemic has also opened new digital opportunities and a new era of survival approaches, both in our private and professional spaces.
For those whose art form require close interaction with clients, the border closures and the sudden end to global movement . . .