THE PANTOGRAPH PUNCH

Natasha Matila-Smith

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Natasha Matila-Smith is a creative, based in Tāmaki Makaurau. Her speciality is “sad girl confessional” art and finding humour in moments of awkwardness. She writes, edits and curates sometimes too. She graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2014 from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland. She was the Guest Editor for Pantograph Punch's Issue 07: Aroha and was also our Interim Comms Manager late 2022 – early 23! (Photo by Louisa Afoa)

Everything By: Natasha Matila-Smith

Society09.08.23

In this economy!!?! Natasha Matila-Smith has a rant about money and being an arts worker.

Art08.11.22

Aroha for the Glacier

Haupapa: The Chilled Breath of Rakamaomao combines pūtaiao, art and storytelling to draw urgent attention to the global climate emergency and our duty of care for Te Taiao.

News29.09.22

Announcing Issue 07: Aroha

Guest Editor Natasha Matila-Smith introduces Pantograph's latest issue with an editorial on the value which underpins it all: Aroha.

Art18.07.20

The Unmissables: Three Artworks to See in July

The best art on show in the dealer galleries of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland in July 2020.

Art17.03.20

The best art on show this month in the dealer galleries of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

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