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Movers
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Guest writer James Cain’s play 'Movers' has been shortlisted for the Playmarket Adam NZ Play Award. He reflects on how working in a small business with a big heart influenced his art.
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James Cain
Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium
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Renee Liang responds to week two of the Auckland Arts Festival, including shows Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium and À Ố Làng Phố, then goes in search of the party.
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Renee Liang
Artist Ani O’Neill, one of the Pacific Sisters, leads the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern into the Toi Art at Te Papa. Photo Kate Whitley, Te Papa.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern officially opened Te Papa’s $8.4 million Toi Art gallery last week, with a great reception.
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Karyn Tattersfield
1984 - Auckland Arts Festival 2018 - Photo by Andi Crown
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Renee Liang reflects on the first week of the Auckland Arts Festival and the shows she experienced: Giselle, Tea, 1984, OrphEus:A dance opera.
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Renee Liang
Circuitry from Claudine's Mindfulness installation
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Check out how these two winners of the AUT Creative Technologies Awards explored the ripple effect, where little changes make a big difference.
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Sam Grover
Ria Hall at Splore 2018
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Ria Hall’s debut album is a deeply reflective piece of art, on love, war, and she tell us about the inspiration behind her work.
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Laura Toailoa
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Auckland Arts Festival is just around the corner and from the huge variety of shows and events, playwright Renee Liang writes what she's most excited about
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Renee Liang
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Mark Amery writes on the space for major solo survey exhibitions and the case of Gavin Hipkins’ The Domain
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Mark Amery
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Founder of the Ngā Rangatahi Toa, Sarah Longbottom reflects on the past eight years since we last spoke.
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Laura Toailoa
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We talk to Camila from Auckland Zinefest about the beauty, power, and community of zines, and how anyone can get involved!
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Sam Grover