Loose Canons: Lara Liew
Postcards from Papatoetoe: A Pantograph Punch pop-up and pocket exhibition
By Your Place in the World, I Will Know Who You Are

Featured

Loose Canons

Loose Canons is a series where we invite artists we love to share five things that have informed their work. Meet the rest of our Loose Canons here.

Lara Liew is a dance teacher, actor, choreographer and theatre-maker. She’s the choreographer for contemporary water ballet company, The Wet Hot Beauties, and is one half of the creative brain behind the comedy dance troupe, Dynamotion, which she started...

The Pantograph Punch Presents

For the past few months, a number of shops in the Old Papatoetoe mall have sat empty, anticipating the site's redevelopment. Demolition is due to commence in August, although there's no date yet confirmed. There'll be a new plaza space, more cafes, and an upgraded parking lot, but for now it exists as an in-between space, no longer the mall, not yet something else.

As part of a wider series of pop-up...

Society

This essay on place, identity and home is excerpted from Extraordinary Anywhere: Essays on Place from Aotearoa New Zealand

Last year I attended a hui for a new job and was among a group of people who were, for the most part, unfamiliar. I knew a handful of attendees, so in one of the breaks I greeted an old acquaintance, and she introduced me to the other people in her group.

She said something...

Featured

Loose Canons
Loose Canons: Lara Liew
The Pantograph Punch Presents
Postcards from Papatoetoe: A Pantograph Punch pop-up and pocket exhibition
Society
By Your Place in the World, I Will Know Who You Are
Loose Canons: Lara Liew
Read Time: 9 mins
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: Lara Liew
By Lara Liew
Postcards from Papatoetoe: A Pantograph Punch pop-up and pocket exhibition
Read Time: 8 mins
The Pantograph Punch Presents
Postcards from Papatoetoe: A Pantograph Punch pop-up and pocket exhibition
By Pantograph Punch
By Your Place in the World, I Will Know Who You Are
Read Time: 16 mins
Society
By Your Place in the World, I Will Know Who You Are
By Tina Makereti
Review: A War
Read Time: 6 mins
Decisions made in heat of the moment can have unintended...
Screen
Review: A War
By Jacob Powell
Review: Young and Hungry Festival of New Theatre 2016
Read Time: 10 mins
For the last 22 years, the Young & Hungry Festival...
Theatre
Review: Young and Hungry Festival of New Theatre 2016
By Adam Goodall
Review: A Dragon Arrives!
Read Time: 5 mins
If 1960s Hollywood fever-dreamed in Farsi, it might...
Screen
Review: A Dragon Arrives!
By Jacob Powell
First, Take Your Hydrogen: Sam Hamilton's 'Apple Pie'
Read Time: 5 mins
Janet McAllister on Sam Hamilton's latest film, which...
Art
First, Take Your Hydrogen: Sam Hamilton's 'Apple Pie'
By Janet McAllister
NZIFF Week One: Radio Dreams, Neruda, Chevalier, The Eagle Huntress and I, Daniel Blake
Read Time: 9 mins
Jacob Powell reports back from week one of the NZIFF...
Screen
NZIFF Week One: Radio Dreams, Neruda, Chevalier, The Eagle Huntress and I, Daniel Blake
By Jacob Powell
Beta!