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.
As she prepares to perform her solo show 'Twinless', Clare Marcie reflects on family, creativity and the fog of loss.
From tweenage brushes with Girl Power to more intersectional realisations, inspiring people share moments that shaped their feminist outlook
Respected broadcaster and music industry veteran Charlotte Ryan on recent allegations, and her own personal experiences.
It's time to dismantle the system obsessed with hyper-productivity, perfectionism and a narrow definition of success.
Illustrator and creative Evie Kemp didn’t expect an Instagram post of a woman, on a beach, in a bikini, to bring her close to tears.
A moving, must-read essay on an often taboo topic.
Speaking at Semi Permanent 2020, Kate Sylvester reflected on her brand's creative journey through a very personal point of view.
Rebecca Wadey felt panicked and overwhelmed by changes in her moods and body, until she realised she wasn’t the only one.
The passing of former NZIFF director Bill Gosden, who died of cancer last week, has left an immeasurable gap in our cultural landscape.