Handshaking with Emotion: A Review of Handshake 3: Reflect
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Art

What does a show of contemporary jewellery look like? Lucy Jackson considers the latest exhibition at The Dowse.

I wear four rings, my favourite formerly belonged to my mother. One day I tried it on and it was the perfect fit. I have had it on long term loan to me ever since. Aesthetically understated but sentimental –  like so much jewellery that is passed down through generations – this simple gold...

Theatre

Plateforme Théâtre's latest visits people, dogs and Barbie dolls on the ground in conflict zones around the world; Shannon Friday considers these vignettes and finds them weirdly similar.

A mentor once told me that we don’t find the universal by going big. Instead, we find it through familiar details in a strange setting. That sentiment is close to the premise of In The Wars, written by performer Juliet...

Literature

Her first book, The Invisible Rider, was published to critical acclaim in 2012. She's also one of New Zealand's busiest and effective literary publicists. Books Editor Sarah Jane Barnett talks to the multi-talented Kirsten McDougall about her second book, the gothic love story Tess, sex, special powers, and what it was like to be nineteen.

Sarah Jane Barnett: Describe the character of Tess for us...

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Art
Handshaking with Emotion: A Review of Handshake 3: Reflect
Theatre
Mild Conflict: A Review of In The Wars
Literature
Hard Times and Pleasure: A Conversation with Kirsten McDougall
Loose Canons: Cian Elyse White
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Cian Elyse White is an actor, playwright and producer...
Theatre
Loose Canons: Cian Elyse White
By Cian Elyse White
Spec-Fic Month: 'The Great Wall (2016)' by Nina Powles
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The Great Wall (2016) by Nina Powles
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: 'The Great Wall (2016)' by Nina Powles
By Nina Powles
Where Is Land In My Body: An Interview with Santee Smith
Read Time: 13 mins
Santee Smith is the Founding Artistic Director of...
Theatre
Where Is Land In My Body: An Interview with Santee Smith
By Maraea Rakuraku
Why We Cried During Wonder Woman
Read Time: 11 mins
Two superhero nerds talk about why they, and everyone...
Screen
Why We Cried During Wonder Woman
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Complex and Disturbing: A Review of Ruth Watson’s 'Geophagy'
Read Time: 10 mins
Ecology, second-hand clothes and the 'Anthropocene...
Art
Complex and Disturbing: A Review of Ruth Watson’s 'Geophagy'
By Virginia Were
Spec-Fic Month: New Zealand Speculative Fiction Roundup
Read Time: 8 mins
During June 2017, we're celebrating Aotearoa New Zealand...
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: New Zealand Speculative Fiction Roundup
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Welcoming Internationality: In Conversation with Artspace’s Incoming and Outgoing Directors
Read Time: 31 mins
Visual Arts Editor Lana Lopesi talks architecture,...
Art
Welcoming Internationality: In Conversation with Artspace’s Incoming and Outgoing Directors
By Lana Lopesi
A Year Found: A conversation with Catherine Chidgey
Read Time: 16 mins
Books Editor Sarah Jane Barnett talked to Catherine...
Literature
A Year Found: A conversation with Catherine Chidgey
By Sarah Jane Barnett
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