We recently caught up with Rebecca Ward, one of our internship programme alumni to see what she has been up to since the internship…
For those unfamiliar with Urban Dream Brokerage, could you give us a wee breakdown of what it is you do? Letting Space’s service Urban Dream Brokerage brokers the use of vacant space for innovative ideas that bring more public participation and sharing to our centres.… Read More
We visited our neighbour Kate Hursthouse, an artist and designer specialising in calligraphy, lettering, illustration and typography.
Sophie Giblin, artist, feminist, educator, and curator is a 26 year old power house who is constantly demanding positive change in the arts. She moved from England to New Zealand in October of 2015 and spoke to Artists Alliance about her past and upcoming projects.
Nikau Hindin fills us in on her research project, revitalising the tradition of beating Māori tapa cloth.
The Women’s Art Initiative (WAI) is a collective of women from diverse backgrounds, who come together regularly to create and exhibit art anonymously in Palmerston North. WAI was established in 2013, as part of Karen McIntyre’s Master of Maori Visual Arts research and has since… Read More
An interview with Fresh and Fruity about their collective and current goings-on.
Artists forge their own path in many ways, self-generated and self-funded projects and events are the norm. The size and instability of the market here also means even artists that are seen as successful often have second jobs in or outside of the sector to… Read More
Artists’ residencies can seem few and far between and a residency where your family are welcome to join you is almost unheard of. And yet this is exactly what Lee Parker, former student of Visual Arts at AUT has created in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Louise Keen answered a few questions for us about her art practice. Louise took part in our 2014 mentoring programme, partnered with Niki Hastings-McFall.