Mark Amery

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Lakiloko Keakea's Fafetu exhibition opening at Objectspace. Image by David St George
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Another major arts funding resource goes into hiatus. From Arts Foundation to the Silver Scrolls, Emma Johnson gets you what you need.
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Emma Johnson
Mark Adams  Chalfont Crescent, Mangere, South Auckland. Jim Taofinu’u. Tufuga tatatau: Su’a Sulu’ape Paulo II, 30 June 1985. Courtesy the artist © Mark Adams
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Tertiary arts resources are closing down everywhere while the government extends hefty subsidies to foreign blockbusters. James Littlewood tucks in for the Lowdown #21.
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Jessie McCall and Rose Philpott: HEALR, photo courtesy the artists and Tempo Dance Festival
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Community ownership, co-living, and Peter McLeavey: publisher and writer Emma Johnson taps the wires for the art news and weather from Aotearoa.
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Emma Johnson
Painter Greg (‘Chiaroni’) McDonald opens Chiaroni Gallery in Invercargill
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Calls are mounting for a fair go in the creative sector. Mark Amery conducts the media flashpoints in the Lowdown #19.
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Mark Amery
Madame and the Bastard with their minions at the CoCA 50th anniversary dinner. Image: Romy Willing
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Crash and burn or fire in the sky? Mark Amery lights up in The Lowdown #18.
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Mark Amery
Still frame: Toa`ipuapuagā (Strength in Suffering) by Vea Mafile`o. Photo supplied.
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Wallace Arts Awards, mental health, stigmata and race - here goes Mark Amery with The Lowdown #17: arts news and weather from Aotearoa.
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Mark Amery
Scottish poet Hollie McNish will be at Word Christchurch. Photo by Helmi Okbara.
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NZ wins on Edinburgh's stage; words and images in Christchurch; Oceania in Britannia: guest editor Emma Johnson brings us the arts news and weather from Aotearoa.
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Emma Johnson
Rebecca Patrick’s Caravan-Stay at Oriental Bay earlier this year. Photo supplied.
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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.
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Basement Tapes Director Jane Yonge shaking it up with a First in Fringe at Edinburgh.
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Mark Amery brings us the art news and weather from Aotearoa New Zealand.
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Mark Amery