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05 • 12 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People / Sustainability

Sandy Crichton

As trust manager for the Native Forest Restoration Trust, which will benefit from Britomart’s Green Christmas project, Sandy Crichton is passionate about restoring native habitats.

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Sandy Crichton

05 • 12 • 19 / Arts & Culture / Business at Britomart / People

Wish List / Gift List Anna Hedley

The fourth generation in the Hedley family of booksellers, Anna Headley popped into Headley’s Bookshop X Karen Walker Pop-Up to share some gifting ideas with us.

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Wish List / Gift List Anna Hedley

14 • 11 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Tim Gruchy

Tim Gruchy is the artist behind the interactive digital artwork SCOUT in Takutai Square, which has recently been jazzed up with some new tech. Tim tells us all about it.

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Tim Gruchy

07 • 11 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Serval Fandango

Serval Fandango (one of those is his actual name!) is one of Auckland’s hottest young graphic artists right now, creating eye candy that we thought was the perfect fit for our Sweet Treats November campaign.

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Serval Fandango

24 • 10 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Kaitiakitanga

Charlotte Graham’s monumental painting has been made onto posters that feel just as monumental on Customs Street. 

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Kaitiakitanga

17 • 10 • 19 / Arts & Culture / Business at Britomart / People

Meet 12 Incredible Finalists For the 2019 Westpac Women of Influence Awards

From young women supporting education for girls in Nepal and fundraising to protect the oceans to a Pasifika peoples health leader and icon of the theatre world, these women are leading the way in New Zealand and abroad.

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Meet 12 Incredible Finalists For the 2019 Westpac Women of Influence Awards

03 • 10 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Sarah Callesen

Sarah Callesen is one of the artists who contributed a poster to Present Tense : Wāhine Toi Aotearoa, the series of works by women artists changing weekly on the construction hoardings outside The Hotel Britomart site on Customs Street East and Gore Street. 

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Sarah Callesen

26 • 09 • 19 / Arts & Culture / News / Sustainability

Car parks get populated with people for Park(ing) Day

On Friday 20 September 2019, Britomart's Tyler St was traffic-jammed with locals enjoying themselves in spaces usually occupied by cars. In six plant-strewn 'parklets' along the street, pedestrians sipped coffee on couches, beanbags and seats, or lay back on a cardboard-tube incline and contemplated a cloud of white balloons created by CAAHT Studio. 

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Car parks get populated with people for Park(ing) Day

26 • 09 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Elisapeta Heta

Elisapeta Heta works at architecture firm Jasmax, and is a poet, artist, and member of Architecture + Women and Ngā Aho, the collective of Māori design professionals. 

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Elisapeta Heta

11 • 09 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Painting the town red: a new exhibition of graphic art by women

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Painting the town red: a new exhibition of graphic art by women