→ The Big Idea – Loss of a Legend - Nanette Cameron Remembered
→ Architecture Now – Vale: Nanette Cameron
→ Circuit Moving Image  – Enabling Phrases, Spaces, Places
→ Te Ao Māori News  – Paul Chaat Smith interview on Māori TV, 31 March 2023 

→ EyeContact – Roman Mitch at Te Tuhi 
Pantograph Punch – Aroha for the Glacier 
The Art Paper – Notes On: Steam
→ EyeContact – Roman Mitch at Te Tuhi
→ Waatea News – Glaciers hold breath of atua
→ Te Ao Māori News – Haupapa art exhibition highlights the dramatic changes in glacier landscape | Te Ap Tapatahi
→ AUT News – Artwork responds to climate crisis
→ ArtAsiaPacific – “Elsewhere and nowhere else” and The house is full”
→ Vernacular – Papatūnga
→ Tom puts out the call for a café stop – IHC
→ RNZ Saturday Morning – Li-Ming Hu: Making a disco performance of yourself
→ ArtNow – Thinking Out Loud with Areez Katki: On the development of recent exhibitions in Aotearoa and Sri Lanka
→ RNZ Saturday Morning – Matthew Galloway: Why take phosphate from the Western Sahara?
→ Pantograph Punch – Ripening Together: Magical Fruit and a Precious Offering in 人参果之歌 A Very True Heart by Gabi Lardies
→ RNZ Saturday Morning – Areez Katki: Breathing new life into the art of embroidery
→ Vernacular – Robbie Handcock on Wild Once More
→ Artbank 95bFM – interview with Jacob Hamilton

→ RNZ Standing Room Only – A Very Different World with Ngahiraka Mason
→  RNZ Standing Room Only – interview with Christopher Ulutupu
→ SOUTH SOUTH – The Inner Lives of Islands: interview with Robbie Handcock
→ CIRCUIT CAST – Episode 99: Christopher Ulutupu with Robbie Handcock
→ The Art Paper – Island Queerness in the Diaspora: Sione Monū and Christopher Ulutupu in Conversation with Robbie Handcock
→ The Art Paper – Shireen Seno in Conversation

→ Gabriela Salgado – Together in the Digital Cloud: NIRIN, The 22 Sydney Biennale in Perspective
→ EyeContact – Aotea Square Light Show 
→ The Spinoff – To queer or not to queer: What can galleries do to address homophobia?
→ Art News New Zealand Autumn 2020 – Exceptional archivists: James Lingwood
→ Art News New Zealand Autumn 2020 – The urban fabric of Sin City: Natalie Guy
→ Artbank 95bFM – James Tapsell-Kururangi and (UN)Registered Savages of Aotearoa interview
→ EyeContact – Paeans to Diversity
→ EyeContact – Connecting Chernobyl, Mururoa and Rainbow Warrior

→ ArchitectureNow – 'Passion and curiosity': 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award, Nanette Cameron
→ Art News New Zealand – Christina Pataialii: Telling truths
→ New Zealand Herald – Christina Pataialli wins first Rydal Art Prize
→ Metro – On place, and the weird aesthetics of Tuia 250
→ Contemporary HUM – Always in Transit: a conversation with Yona Lee
→ The Pantograph Punch – To Be a Body: A Review of Wax Tablet
→ The Spinoff – Toeing the Party Line: an audio artwork about the Unfortunate Experiment
→ The Pantograph Punch – Serious Fun: Who the Heck is PĀNiA!?

→ Contemporary HUM – Test Run: Three New Zealand Artists on their Residencies at London’s Gasworks
→ Art News New Zealand – Antonio Paucar: A Peruvian perspective
→ The Pantograph Punch – A Gentle Communion: Considering 'Sleeping Arrangements'

→ Stuff – Te Tuhi wins at NZ Museum Awards 
→ Metro – The quiet curator: Bruce Phillips' time heading Pakuranga's Te Tuhi gallery
→ New Zealand Herald – Arts award boosts confidence for artist Kalisolaite 'Uhila
→ Contemporary HUM – Shannon Te Ao: With the sun aglow, I have my pensive moods
→ Contemporary HUM – An Interview with Kāryn Taylor
→ Contemporary HUM – An Interview with Bruce Barber

→ Stuff – Iris Fisher Scholarship recipient creates interactive sculptures
→ Architecture Now – Nanette Cameron to retire

→ Stuff – Artists in aid mission

→ Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki – Curator’s response: Kalisolaite ’Uhila’s Mo’ui Tukuhausia
→ Radio New Zealand – Kalisolaite ‘Uhila, Walters Art Prize 
→ Te Papa Tongarewa – Nina Tonga: Roaming all levels

→ Stuff – Mowing blunder destroys grass art

→ The Big Idea – Pukekohe Student Wins Te Tuhi Youth Art Award

→ New Zealand Herald – After Action for Another Library at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts & Pakuranga Library

→ New Zealand Herald – Art: The mark of Fisher
→ Beehive.govt.nz – Official Opening of te tuhi – the mark