Eloise Callister-Baker

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

​Loulou graduated with a BA (Visual Culture), LLB and DipLangC (endorsed in Chinese) from the University of Otago in 2016. She currently works at a Chinese law firm in Auckland and freelances in the evenings. Her writing and photography portfolio can be found here.

Everything By: Eloise Callister-Baker


The conversation around the value of art is worth having, so why can't we have it?


Cataphoric Coop’s Closing Night

At the Upper Queen Street and Newton Road intersection, behind two enormous billboards, is captcha – an artist run space, which opened in May this year. On Fridays and Saturdays, captcha is open to all; the rest of the week it's a home to its four flatmates.


Destined for Extinction: Elam's Huia House

What happens when someone gives some art students a house?


Eloise Callister-Baker goes to a conference that challenges her diet, and the country's more generally.


The Brown Core of Mokopōpaki

Eloise Callister-Baker considers K Rd’s newest art gallery.


Eloise Callister-Baker on William Linscott's new work at Michael Lett.


Eloise Callister-Baker attends a art workshop for grieving children, and asks whether we can still find something in loss.


When The Truth Starts Trending

Eloise Callister-Baker on the brave new world sexual abuse survivors face online


Review: a deep and tumbling kind of laughter

Eloise Callister-Baker on the fruits of John Ward-Knox's Frances Hodgkins Fellowship


Interior Histories: Fragments Of A World At 40

Eloise Callister-Baker on NZ's pioneering photographers


Eloise Callister-Baker on Dunedin's street art spat


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