Long-lost scientific photos discovered
A renovation at Plant and Food Research has led to the discovery of long-forgotten scientific images from the 1950s.
Let’s challenge our views of breasts
A lawyer who last year publicly revealed her sexual assault is now taking on the art world, one breast at a time.
‘Suppose the Future Fails’
Michael Shepherd is a unique New Zealand artist who reminds us that his singular voice speaks with a rare clarity, writes Hamish Coney.
Stop Making Sense: the 2018 Walters Prize
Hamish Coney assesses the winner and three finalists in the Walters’ Prize exhibition and is taken by the way they decode our multi-channel culture.
A work not set up for sound bites
Ruth Buchanan: Wellingtonian, Gemini, mother, and as of this month, 2018 Walter Prize winner.
Why art shouldn’t just be a luxury in prison
The arts are as vital in prisons as they are everywhere else in our society because the arts are carriers of hope, writes the University of Auckland’s Peter O’Connor.
When dancing is political
Today’s world is making universal humanity look frighteningly dated. Nicholas Rowe has an antidote.
Auckland Museum taking Wikipedia by storm
Auckland Museum is taking their collections to Wikipedia with the help of NZ’s first Wikipedian-at-large.