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  1. Video for Skindigenous, Episode 5

    Skindigenous, Episode 5

    Western Samoa is one of the few places on the planet where traditional tattooing continued unimpeded through the colonial era. Sua Peter Sulu’ape is a contemporary master of the craft.

  2. Video for Sex workers showcase their art in Auckland

    Sex workers showcase their art in Auckland

    Depot Artspace in Devonport is hosting the Sex Workers of Aotearoa; A Day in the Life of exhibition.

  3. Video for Skindigenous, Episode 4

    Skindigenous, Episode 4

    Dion Kaszas is an artist & scholar who feels a strong connection to his Interior Salish roots. He has devoted countless hours to the study & practice of traditional tattooing.

  4. News

    Location of Endeavour replicas open for discussion

    Community consultation on the location on the two new replicas of Captain James Cook's ship,  Endeavour, replicas will take place this week at the Gisborne District Council, starting this evening. This follows a peaceful protest by tangata whenua and community members, who requested public consultation on what is acknowledged by the council as a contentious matter. 

  5. Video for Skindigenous, Episode 3

    Skindigenous, Episode 3

    A shaman named Aman Jepri gives an apprentice the markings that will complete his initiation into Mentawai shamanism.

  6. Video for Skindigenous, Episode 2

    Skindigenous, Episode 2

    Métis artist Amy Malbeuf’s insatiable appetite for new creative outlets has led her to work in many artistic fields, including traditional Indigenous tattooing.

  7. News

    ‘Art as activism’ new art collection to explore climate change and indigenous voices

    More than 20 creatives from across Aotearoa are coming together to launch a new online collection of multimedia and video art.

  8. Video for Skindigenous, Episode 1

    Skindigenous, Episode 1

    In the Northern Philippines, Whang Od Oggay carries on the tattooing tradition of her ancestors, and has been training her great-niece in hopes that it will live on for generations to come.

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    The art of tattoo becomes a lens for exploring some of the planet’s oldest cultures. Experience their unique perspectives on life, identity and the natural world.

  10. Video for Wellington exhibition focuses on human rights breaches

    Wellington exhibition focuses on human rights breaches

    Violent Legalities uses interactive mapping to demonstrate human rights breaches.

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