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Freelance Freefall: Covid-19 and Our Artists

Our freelance artists across theatre and visual arts are on the frontlines of the sector downturn. We hear from them.


Some links to resources for arts freelancers during Covid-19, all in one place.


Art in Isolation

What can an art writer do in a pandemic? A personal essay from Lana Lopesi on the place of the art during Covid-19.


On not-finishing.


Online ephemera for those long hours in lockdown.


Lockdown Film Festival

Auckland-based film critic Amanda Jane Robinson has curated a film festival you can host from your couch.


BATS Theatre and Lockdown

Jean Sergent steps us through how one risk-share theatre managed in the confusing days before lockdown, and captures some of their immediate reflections now.


Claire Mabey’s Lockdown Booklist

Stay Home, Save Lives, Read Books.


You Treat Us Like We're The Virus

Racism sucks. Vanessa Crofskey writes about the hurt her and her peers feel as Chinese people during Covid-19.


Being apart shows how much we need to be together. Sarin Moddle reflects on what this temporary period of physical separation costs us, and what it can teach us.


Reimagining the shape and form of solidarity amidst the uncertainty of Covid-19.


Donna Cormack and Sarah-Jane Paine have a problem with epidemiology, so they wrote it a letter: Please include Māori perspectives.


Standing in line for supermarkets is a new experience for many, but not for Makanaka Tuwe. She reflects on her past in Zimbabwe, and how Covid-19 has impacted many displaced people over the world.


The world is in crisis. Capitalism has failed. Maybe Capitalism's bastard child, the Cyborg, could help us at this time, wonders Anisha Sankar.


Dear South Auckland

A love letter to the community as they face down Covid-19, from poet Grace Taylor.


Kete o ngā Vax

Ana McAllister uses her social media to educate Māori on the Covid-19 vaccination.


Home Cooking

Food can transport us elsewhere, or bring us closer to home. Cooks Ruby White and Laura Vincent are invited to write about a dish they've made during lockdown.


How to Get Dressed in a Pandemic

On the absurdity and power of fashion during lockdown.


Māori-fying Pākehā in Visual Culture

The ‘Māori-fication’ of Aunty Jacinda and meanings behind our motifs in Māori visual art.


Artist in Residence Podcast: Ruby Solly

Taonga pūoro musician and writer Ruby Solly has made you a personalised audio performance.


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