HER promises to be NZ’s first women’s festival for feminists of all genders, ages, and ethnicities. Here’s how you can get involved.
Earth-care is self-care: Jessica shares some simple mantras and reminders to stop pressuring yourself to live a flawlessly sustainable life.
How an eight-armed creature became Rebecca's BFF during a lockdown spent in a remote coastal town - and a symbol of a unique nostalgia.
"I don’t want to cower anymore. I want to make noise and be messy." A new show spotlights BIPOC storytellers disrupting the status quo.
The founder of Migrant Zine Collective speaks on the silencing of and violence against Asian women survivors in our local communities.
After Grace Millane's death, NZ women pushed back against the victim-blaming narrative. Now the same shift is happening in the UK.
The artist's new series of work is like a gentle embrace in the emotional storm of life.
Meet the founders of Honest, a new boutique rum brand that’s coming for the craft crown.
As she prepares to perform her solo show 'Twinless', Clare Marcie reflects on family, creativity and the fog of loss.
As she premieres her film Revolt She Said, filmmaker Louise Lever reflects.
We're excited to premiere the new single and video from local band Mermaidens, with an "ABBA-worthy Top of the Pops-inspired band scene".
The moving new film from co-directors Ainsley Gardiner and Briar Grace-Smith marks an important moment in indigenous storytelling.