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Mark Amery has worked as an art critic, writer, editor and broadcaster for many years across the arts and media. He has a strong interest in arts development and is the former Director of New Zealand’s playwrights organisation Playmarket and was part of the curatorial team at City Gallery Wellington. His art reviews have been published by both the Dominion Post and Eyecontactsite.com.
This week brings us fringe weather patterns disturbing normal activity nationwide, an exciting new lift for the Gus Fisher, a Blue Smoke revival, and lots more good clickbait with Mark Amery.
This week, Mark Amery investigates why not all is quite right with the Hundertwasser in Whangarei, reports the film premieres of this week and shares some magic online content
Mark Amery is back introducing some exciting changes, why 2019 is the year of NZ women in film and some significant national art news.
In this final Lowdown for 2018 Mark Amery reflects on a year in the arts where it felt like the old centre finally gave way and a rich, complex and vital scene came to the forefront.
Mistakes and reinventions, winners and game changers: Mark Amery brings us up to speed with this week's news and content online from across the arts in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The politics of new NZ theatre, Francis Upritchard's 'Wetwang Slack', and celebrating our Pasifika artists: Mark Amery broadcasts the latest news and cultural tensions from across the arts in Aotearoa
Indies going global! Mark Amery’s back with all the arts news and weather in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Calls are mounting for a fair go in the creative sector. Mark Amery conducts the media flashpoints in the Lowdown #19.
Crash and burn or fire in the sky? Mark Amery lights up in The Lowdown #18.
Wallace Arts Awards, mental health, stigmata and race - here goes Mark Amery with The Lowdown #17: arts news and weather from Aotearoa.
Rebecca Patrick, Te Manawa, Tru Paraha, Roger Hall, Robert Burns Fellowship, East in Hawke's Bay, Brian Brake, JK Baxter, and Walters shortlisters: here's Mark Amery with the arts news and weather.