A serial binge watcher hungry for Pacific stories, Lana Lopesi reflects on its spike on TV and why she’s here for it.
Amit Noy honours the artists of Ta‘alili’s performance Faces of Nature.
And other reflections on a life absent of romance by Litia Tuiburelevu.
Artist and producer Mazbou Q has been on a roll this year, releasing new tracks every fortnight. Makanaka Tuwe sits down with him to speak about Black New Zealand identity and the power of dreams.
For the first time, Tara McAllister returns to her tūrangawaewae to sleep on her marae.
Nigel Borell’s mic-drop curatorship of Toi Tū Toi Ora and resignation from Auckland Art Gallery was the hottest topic in the art world. Artist and activist Cat Ruka with Borell on power sharing, cultural autonomy and relationships.
In welcoming readers to Te Kore Formless Potential, Ataria Sharman, Editor of The Pantograph Punch banishes the shadowy vestiges of ‘imposter syndrome’ and rediscovers her own formless potential.
Michelle Rahurahu speaks with Kahu Kutia about building a uniquely Māori listening experience for the newest season of He Kākano Ahau.
Milly Mitchell-Anyon synthesises the threads that weave together Whanganui’s community of makers and arts leaders, today and in the past.
Sinead Overbye tunes in from the comfort of her kāinga to write about the gems she found in this year's Doc Edge Festival.
Ana McAllister calls to the taonga pūoro in her collection.
A dream was the beginning of the exhibition 'Stars start falling', and a moment shared is where it ends.
Curator Nina Finigan on the exhibition Love & Loss and how the digital and paper messages we pen to our loved ones transmute the limitations of time and space.
Whiro has an identity crisis. Michelle Rahurahu and essa may ranapiri kōrero on their own understandings of this dark Māori god: evil, chaos, the void, black holes, and ngārara included.
Growing up Chinese in Aotearoa is a turbulent experience. Alice Canton remembers her own coming-of-age filled with uncertainty and longing in her response to Auckland Theatre Company's brand new Gen-Z play.
Ana McAllister reviews Tayi Tibble’s second book, Rangikura. And it's lessons on being a spiritual Māori angel and a horny baddie.
This is a book that loves people. Messy, self-sabotaging, relatable people. Becky Manawatu delves into this debut novel by Rebecca K Reilly, centred around an eccentric pair of siblings living in Tāmaki Makaurau.
We’ve scoured the soundwaves to curate this must-listen Matariki music playlist – just for you.
We’re teaming up with our friends at Verb Readers & Writers Wellington to bring you Book Coven, a book club straight to your mailbox.
Editor Ataria Sharman catches up over kawhe in the workshop of repurposed-fashion artist Shelly Matiu, co-founder of Whangārei’s newest gallery of ‘upcycled’ works.
The Pantograph Punch publishes urgent and vital cultural commentary by the most exciting new voices in Aotearoa.