The Angry Brown Woman: My Issue With Art Schools
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2020: Week One
What Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Got Right ... and Wrong

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Art

Art schools are seen by many as beacons of liberalism. But is this the reality?

In high school, the only subjects I was remotely good at were the practical arts. I stayed in the art block during lunch, and dropped any non-art-related subjects as soon as I was able to. At university, fine arts was the only degree that made sense, and six years later I left with a bachelor’s and master’s degree, both...

Theatre

Our bite-size Fringe reviews are back! Our team of Auckland Fringe reviewers, India Essuah, Kate Prior, Amanda Jane Robinson and Vanessa Crofskey, will be experiencing as much fresh Fringe work as they can and writing bite-size reviews right here. We’ll keep adding to this page during the week, and keep an eye out for our New Zealand Fringe reviews coming up soon!

The Shows

I Know What I’m Doing #UsTwo...

Society

Jennifer Ward-Lealand Te Atamira deserves New Zealander of the Year and our respect. But Kiwibank got it wrong when they erased the unparalleled work of Māori to revitalise te reo.

The Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards were established 11 years ago by an Australian. It’s PR of course – an opportunity for Kiwibank to connect their brand to pride and patriotism. But plenty of social good is...

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Art
The Angry Brown Woman: My Issue With Art Schools
Theatre
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2020: Week One
Society
What Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Got Right ... and Wrong
Why Must I Wait For Night? - The Restless Diaspora of Dan Taulapapa McMullin
Read Time: 8 mins
Daniel Satele profiles California-based Dan Taulapapa...
Art
Why Must I Wait For Night? - The Restless Diaspora of Dan Taulapapa McMullin
By Daniel Michael Satele
The Battleship and The Thimble: A Glimpse Into The Monopoly World Championships
Read Time: 16 mins
Greg Bruce meets the Auckland man who did pass go...
Society
The Battleship and The Thimble: A Glimpse Into The Monopoly World Championships
By Greg Bruce
Love Your Neighbour (Not Like That): How A Christian Education Taught Intolerance
Read Time: 16 mins
Ahead of tonight's historic final reading of the Marriage...
Documents and the Dead
Love Your Neighbour (Not Like That): How A Christian Education Taught Intolerance
By Paul Gallagher
Internet Histories | 15 April
Read Time: 16 mins
This fortnight - the possibilities of Snapchat and...
Internet Histories
Internet Histories | 15 April
By Pantograph Punch
Internet Histories: Easter Edition
Read Time: 26 mins
April Fool's special: Changes at the Pantograph Punch...
Internet Histories
Internet Histories: Easter Edition
By Pantograph Punch
Eat It Up and Lay Wit It: Hip Hop, Cunnilingus and Morality in Entertainment
Read Time: 32 mins
After turning a friend's offhand comment into a quest...
Music
Eat It Up and Lay Wit It: Hip Hop, Cunnilingus and Morality in Entertainment
By Madeleine Holden
Speech, Modesty, and Moonshine
Read Time: 9 mins
Alice Miller on our cultural reluctance (or is it...
Society
Speech, Modesty, and Moonshine
By Alice Miller
Internet Histories | 18 March
Read Time: 15 mins
This Fortnight: Dirty Girls, bad editors, lamenting...
Internet Histories
Internet Histories | 18 March
By Pantograph Punch