TE WIKI O TE REO MĀORI
Te Wiki o te reo Māori
Curator Nathan Pohio has been asking Māori artists how te reo affects them and their work
Still reaching out
There was a lovely article in the Nor'west News this week about students from Cotswold School ...
The past is a foreign country
We are mostly looking forward at the moment - to that magic date in December ...
We acknowledge the start of the holy month of Ramadan today.
Tracing Our Roots
When Clayton's grandmother heard that he and his wife Lucy would be travelling to New ...
We were delighted to pick up three wins at the Museums Australia Publication and Design ...
Holy Exploding Eyefuls, Batman
Back when we were installing his work as part of Burster Flipper Wobbler Dripper Spinner Stacker Shaker ...
...to come up with hilarious headlines for this one
When Caroline first found out about the David Cook: Meet Me in the Square exhibition ...
Cosmo's in town
If you go down to New Regent Street you're in for a big surprise...
It's 120 years since the New Zealand crime writer, theatre director and artist Ngaio Marsh ...
Keeping it simple
Visiting Ooo ooo, a collaboration between Keir Leslie and Tjalling de Vries at North Projects ...
Hands Up for Sheffield School
On Saturday, being a resident in the area, I trotted off to the Malvern AMP ...
The line between the fine and applied arts is, it hardly needs saying, a blurred ...
World Poetry Day
Saturday 21 March is UNESCO World Poetry Day.
A stroll down memory lane. . .
Karen Cunningham found out her photo was in the David Cook: Meet Me in the ...
Remembering the 60s apparently means you weren't really there. But the 80s - well that ...
Catch the Bus Into Town
Megan made a special trip to the David Cook: Meet Me in the Square exhibition ...
Papergraphica relaunched as PGgallery192
Congratulations to Marian and Nigel at PGgallery192 which re-opens tonight with their villa gallery looking ...
Today is the birthday of painter, printer, sculptor and caricaturist Honoré Daumier (1808-1879)
Hard to believe two years have already gone by since the passing of Ralph Hotere ...
Sisters Growing Up in Christchurch
Since the exhibition David Cook: Meet Me in the Square opened at 209 Tuam Street, ...
Another six years of the Press have been digitised thanks to the National Library and ...
Back to the future
Walking through St Albans the other morning I had one of those 'wrinkle in time' ...
The best kind of re-gifting
It's Valentine's Day, when tradition dictates that husbands all over the country detour to the ...
Castles in the Sand
The 4th Annual New Zealand Sandcastle Competition took place last weekend at New Brighton Beach, ...
The Arts in Oxford Gallery was filled to bursting late last month as locals and ...
Collect all your favourite bits of the Gallery in one place
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From the latest issue
An Invitation to Participate: Zine-making in New Zealand
You might be well aware of fanzines as a form ...
The Book as Alternative Economy and Alternative Space
In Printed Matter's 1981 mail-order catalogue, artist Edit deAk enthusiastically ...
The recent furore around Eleanor Catton's comments in the wake ...
Watch Rebecca Baumann's mesmerising colour chart in action.
From the collection
From the shopClearing up after rain, foot of Otira Gorge
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