The Unmissables: March
Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
Casting a Light on Women’s Shadow Labour: A Review of Past Caring? Women, Work and Emotion

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Art

A monthly round-up of artworks in Tāmaki Makaurau that we keep returning to. 

Auckland Arts Festival has dawned on the city, offering a delicious spread of ways to spend your time this month. However, if you have no idea where to start and prefer a slightly smaller menu of arts offerings then you’ve come to the right place. This month our review team of art critics Lucinda Bennett, Lana Lopesi and...

Literature

Elizabeth Heritage argues for greater accessibility in the literary community.

Feature image: (Clockwise from top left) Trish Harris, Helen Vivienne Fletcher, Ben Brown, Steff Green, Sarah Lin Wilson, Jared Flitcroft, Stella Carruthers and Allyson Hamblett.

Across Aotearoa right now there are disabled writers creating everything from spoken-word poetry to films to bestselling paranormal romance...

Literature

The pun of the title says it all: with our tiring history of care work, are women past caring? The very existence of this new history, with all-women contributors, tells us the answer is obviously no.

Feature image: Anne Noble, ‘the Thetfords cooking together’, from the exhibition Hidden Lives: the work of care. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington 0.027961/2.

Much care has gone...

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Art
The Unmissables: March
Literature
Your Brain Can Be a Dick: Disabled Writers and Ableism in Aotearoa
Literature
Casting a Light on Women’s Shadow Labour: A Review of Past Caring? Women, Work and Emotion
Le Téléphone Aphrodisiaque: A Review of Lobsters
Read Time: 5 mins
Adam Goodall reviews Lucy Marinkovich's dance/theatre...
Theatre
Le Téléphone Aphrodisiaque: A Review of Lobsters
By Adam Goodall
The Best, the Worst and the Interesting: NZIFF 2017 Wrap Up Part II
Read Time: 19 mins
In Part 2 of our NZIFF 2017 wrap up, we look at the...
Screen
The Best, the Worst and the Interesting: NZIFF 2017 Wrap Up Part II
By Pantograph Punch
Whakanuia: 5 Things Worth Celebrating in September 2017
Read Time: 6 mins
Our monthly list of awesome mahi to look forward to...
Knockouts
Whakanuia: 5 Things Worth Celebrating in September 2017
By Pantograph Punch
Fresh Mourning: A Review of Poropiti
Read Time: 3 mins
Madeleine de Young reviews a new interdisciplinary...
Theatre
Fresh Mourning: A Review of Poropiti
By Madeleine De Young
Playground Battle: A Review of Lord of the Flies
Read Time: 9 mins
Centrepoint Theatre's latest Open Stage production...
Theatre
Playground Battle: A Review of Lord of the Flies
By Adam Goodall
Speaking Under Urgency: A Review of E Kore A Muri E Hokia
Read Time: 6 mins
Te Rehia bring E Kore A Muri E Hokia – their Te Reo...
Theatre
Speaking Under Urgency: A Review of E Kore A Muri E Hokia
By Matu Ngaropo
The Festival Bite: NZIFF 2017 Wrap Up Part III
Read Time: 18 mins
In Part 3 of our NZIFF 2017 wrap up, we take a closer...
Screen
The Festival Bite: NZIFF 2017 Wrap Up Part III
By Pantograph Punch
Loose Canons: Saraid Cameron
Read Time: 7 mins
Actor and theatremaker Saraid Cameron lets us in on...
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: Saraid Cameron
By Saraid Cameron