New work in The See Here microgallery by Matthew McIntrye Wilson

The See Here is an exhibition space and online forum that supports artists whose practice occupies the border between fine and applied art. The See Here is dedicated to investigating and testing new work in the fields of jewellery, fine and applied art and showcasing the many and varied results of this exploration. The exhibition programme of … Continue reading

Generation Zero – ETS Evening 25/06/12

New Zealand youth climate change advocacy organisation Generation Zero held the first of its ‘Big Ideas’ nights, an interactive discussion forum exploring key issues and debates of the move towards a zero carbon Aotearoa. Last Monday (25th June) they explored the New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Scheme; assessing if it really achieved what it is needed … Continue reading

June 12-17th: Tracers into the Abyss

Tracers into the Abyss showcases a new style and series of work exhibited for the first time by BFA graduate Priyavanti Makwana. It has three main themes, the first is that of exploring the unconscious through an abstract intuitive style of drawing/painting developed over the last two years. The second is that of combining elements … Continue reading

Concerned Citizens Collective on

Thanks but no thanks!

Following on from Sunday’s discussion, we had a couple of demonstrations at the War Celebrations around Wellington yesterday. Hannah from ElevenHoursAhead wrote an excellent story with lots of great photos from the morning’s action, where we laid a wreath in a solemn and peaceful commemoration of those ignored by the official ceremonies: the civilians killed … Continue reading

Public discussion on US-NZ military relationship, with Nicky Hager and Adi Leason

Audio recordings: Nicky Hager talks about US-NZ relations, giving context for the two points of view on the issue: the anti-militarism of the majority of the NZ public versus the pro-war stance of the powers that be + Q&A: Adi Leason spins a yarn about infiltrating the Waihopai spy base, doing $1m damage, and being … Continue reading

CCC on Radio NZ National

Sonia Sly from Radio NZ interviews some Concerned Citizens: