Beyond the Quarter-acre Dream: Co-ownership and Co-housing in Wellington
Loose Canons: Alice Snedden
On Stage, Not Getting Paid: Should We Be Paying People in Pro-Am Musicals?

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Owning a stand-alone home is increasingly unaffordable. Is sharing property the answer?

Aotearoa history is rich with models of collective ownership. Before colonisation, Māori lived communally in whānau and hapū groups. More recent history includes both religious and non-religious intentional communities – the oldest still running is the Christian Pacifist-founded Riverside Community in the Moutere...

Theatre

Loose Canons is a series in which we invite artists we love to share five things that have informed their work. Meet the rest of our Loose Canons here.

Alice Snedden is a comedian, writer and leading stand-up artist in the New Zealand comedy scene.  She was head writer on Jono and Ben and Funny Girls, is a regular on 7 Days and has a hit TVNZ OnDemand series called Alice Snedden’s Bad News that tackles...

Theatre

Tickets went on sale last week for Amici Productions' 2019 production of Les Misérables at the Civic Theatre in Auckland. But amidst all the hype and celebration, one conversation rose to the top - how many people know that most performers that'll be on stage in the grand production won't be paid for their time? Like, really know? And is it ethical that they won't get paid? Adam Goodall digs into the uneasy...

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Society
Beyond the Quarter-acre Dream: Co-ownership and Co-housing in Wellington
Theatre
Loose Canons: Alice Snedden
Theatre
On Stage, Not Getting Paid: Should We Be Paying People in Pro-Am Musicals?
Loose Canons: Anya Tate-Manning
Read Time: 8 mins
Loose Canons is a series in which we invite artists...
Theatre
Loose Canons: Anya Tate-Manning
By Anya Tate-Manning
The Unmissables: Four Exhibitions to see in June
Read Time: 9 mins
A monthly round-up of notable, controversial and unmissable...
Art
The Unmissables: Four Exhibitions to see in June
By Pantograph Punch
Spec-Fic Month: New Zealand Speculative Fiction Roundup
Read Time: 8 mins
During June 2017, we're celebrating Aotearoa New Zealand...
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: New Zealand Speculative Fiction Roundup
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Five books to help you stay sane during the election
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Trying to make sense of the Aotearoa poll results...
Literature
Five books to help you stay sane during the election
By Sarah Jane Barnett
The NZIFF in Brief: Strange histories, and a buffalo
Read Time: 6 mins
Brannavan Gnanalingam on Certain Women, The Death...
Screen
The NZIFF in Brief: Strange histories, and a buffalo
By Brannavan Gnanalingam
The Pantograph Picks: Urbanesia
Read Time: 10 mins
Our picks from Auckland’s Pan-Pacific Grand Prix
Art
The Pantograph Picks: Urbanesia
By Pantograph Punch
Spec-Fic Month: A Conversation with James McNaughton & Darian Smith
Read Time: 26 mins
During June 2017, we're celebrating the fantastical...
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: A Conversation with James McNaughton & Darian Smith
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Pantograph Picks: Auckland Writers Festival 2017
Read Time: 7 mins
The Pantograph Picks for the Auckland Writers Festival...
Literature
Pantograph Picks: Auckland Writers Festival 2017
By Sarah Jane Barnett