We recently talked to Craig Freeborn from the artist run gallery ‘State of Princes’. Originally from Dunedin, ‘State of Princes’ is relocating to Auckland and they are currently running a BOOSTED campaign to help raise funds for the all important set up costs.
The second in a series of residency conversations, this time we spoke to Liyen Chong about her Asia New Zealand residency in Indonesia.
Applications will soon open for the next round of Asia New Zealand artist residencies. We have taken the opportunity to speak with some of the past recipients, to hear about their experiences on the programme. This week we spoke to Jae Hoon Lee about his 2014 Indonesian residency.
Here you’ll find art occupying our lives in public spaces around the world. We are compiling a series of images of public art and will be updating this blog post regularly. Do you have a favourite piece in your neighbourhood or from recent travels? If… Read More
Evan Woodruffe reports on a recent trip to Hong Kong…
We visited the studio of Anna-Rose Carpenter, a designer and visual artist whose practice ranges from weaving, textile design to sculptural objects. As part of our ongoing series on artist’s studios, we wanted to take a look at what goes into making Anna-Rose’s beautiful objects…… Read More
We talked to Sian Torrington about her current show in Auckland which coincides with the Auckland Pride Festival
Tommo Jiang, a recent Elam Honours graduate has taken over Rose Tinted Flowers (22B Cross Street) with his work It’ll Be Alright, and in his words, it’s lit.
Another dip into the archives – this time we re-visit the studio of sculptor Jim Wheeler.
We revisit an Art All magazine interview with Janet Lilo in her ‘studio’ on the streets of Avondale
We revisit our artist studio series originally published in Art All magazine.
As part of the Artists Alliance Graduate Series, MIT Jeweller Macarena Bernal reviewed the 2016 MIT Jewellery Graduate Show, Made to Wear. This December, Royal Jewellery Studio in Kingsland was home to this young jewellery exhibition for the 3rd consecutive time, showing work by 5 students recently graduated… Read More