Pānuihia
Read

→ A Year of Conscious Practice
Twelve discussions on a variety of methods and motivations for working in or alongside the field of curating.

→ Art News New Zealand
A quarterly print magazine promoting contemporary visual arts in Aotearoa New Zealand, including interviews, profiles, reviews and more. Selected articles published online, as well as a digital archive of issues back to 2006.

→ ArtNow Essays
An online venue where writing’s imaginative potential meets editorial rigour. In its commitment to the essay, a form that can draw readily from journalism, criticism, and memoir, this site seeks to cultivate a culture of independent, critical and original commentary on contemporary art.

→ The Art Paper
The Art Paper focuses on critical thinking and in-depth coverage of art and artists, with a contemporary focus. 

→ Contemporary HUM
An online publication which​​ generates critical​​ discussion​​ and​ ​​greater visibility​​ of Aotearoa ​​New ​​Zealand ​​visual arts​​ and​​ creative​​ disciplines​​ presented overseas.

→ Extended Conversations
A programme for emerging art writers based in Aotearoa, co-convened by Enjoy Public Art Gallery and Blue Oyster Art Project Space.

→ femisphere
A long-term project interested in encouraging inclusivity and visibility of women*s practices in the visual arts sector of Aotearoa. *Inclusive of all variations of gender that identify with the term / label of ‘woman’, whether it is in the past, present or future.

→ HAMSTER Issue 5
An expanded publication incorporating residencies, writers, workshops, collaborations, performances, and the texts that emerge from these collisions of bodies to flesh out the politics and potentials of relationships in writing.

→ Mana Wahine Reader
[a collection of writings on Mana Wahine from 1987 – 2019]
Mana Wahine Volume I
Mana Wahine Volume II

→ The Pantograph Punch
The Pantograph Punch publishes urgent and vital cultural commentary by the most exciting new voices in Aotearoa.

→ Risky Business: A conversation around artist-runs and professionalisation
Enjoy alongside GLORIA Books shares the second instalment of As needed, as possible: emerging discussion on art, labour and collaboration in Aotearoa. This text features Chloe Geoghegan and Emma Bugden in conversation on the risks and possibilities of operating an artist-run space.

Mātakina
Watch

→ CIRCUIT Catalogue
A catalogue of over 500 video/media works by 90 New Zealand artists.

→ Vdrome
An online cinema that offers regular, high quality screenings of films and videos directed by visual artists and filmmakers whose production lies in-between contemporary art and cinema.

Whakarongo
Listen

→ 95bfm Artbank
Arty stuff happening in Tāmaki Makaurau and beyond. With interviews, live performances, your weekly gallery guide and more.

→ CIRCUIT Podcast
Artist interviews, panel discussions and more.

→ Verb Wellington
Verb is all about making space for stories to inspire curious people: with writers, with books, with gatherings, with collaboration and with the sharing of ideas.

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