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14 • 08 • 19 / Arts & Culture

What we love to cook when we’re not dining at Britomart

A short and sweet round-up of recipe books that feed our creative impulses in the kitchen.

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What we love to cook when we’re not dining at Britomart

16 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Vicky Tamariki

Artist Vicki Tamariki’s cast of cheerful, crazy, cool characters are brightening up Britomart as part of our Works on Paper poster series.

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Vicky Tamariki

03 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Jonathan Kay

Jonathan’s large-scale artwork starts with melting ice and ends with a dramatic fabric installation. 

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Jonathan Kay

25 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / News / People

Art in the Atrium

Students from Manurewa High School have brought their artistic talents to the Atrium on Takutai. 

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Art in the Atrium

16 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / Business at Britomart / People

Katie Lockhart

Katie Lockhart, the interior designer for the new Deadly Ponies store (among other Britomart retail outlets), hunted far and wide for the perfect interior accessories for the accessories brand. 

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Katie Lockhart

16 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

How to hāngi

To celebrate Matariki 2019, we invited hāngi master Rewi Spraggon to lay a hangi in Takutai Square. This is how he creates an authentic feast of Aotearoa kai.

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How to hāngi

03 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

James K. Lowe’s The Noble Ones

We celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Pig in 2019 with a photographic project by James K. Lowe in Takutai Square.

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James K. Lowe’s The Noble Ones

03 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Charlotte Graham

The artist behind ‘Te Waiora’ the huge temporary artwork whose water droplets flooded the Britomart precinct for summer 2018=2019, talks to Jeremy Hansen about her work and herself.

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Charlotte Graham

04 • 06 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

‘Ahota’e’iloa Toetu’u

Waving a flag is often an expression of cultural pride. For artist ‘Ahota’e’iloa Toetu’u, the new flags on Te Ara Tahuhu are a way to meld different artistic traditions

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‘Ahota’e’iloa Toetu’u

20 • 05 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Janet Lilo

Janet Lilo’s poster creations for our Customs St East Works on Paper project are energetic and eye-catching – but there’s more to them than catches the eye.

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Janet Lilo