We finish off our interview with Rachel Harrison about child sexual abuse and power
Rachel Harrison talks to us about the pressure to keep silent about child sexual abuse, and how we can create spaces for children to be empowered, and to feel confident enough to talk to us if they need to.
We chat with Makyla about the history of printing in New Zealand, and her work to reinvigorate letterpress printing in Te Reo Māori:
Auckland Council are trying to connect the rainbow dots – with 3 questions…
This month we chat to Holly Aitchison, a Dunedin based artist who is interested in creating art about death.
This month, for our Obsessions theme, we chat with Spencer Sharpe about their obsession with the mid-2000’s emo music, the amazing knowledge they have about it, how it impacts their identity, and how it connects to them.
This week’s vlog is about AAC, as part of DPSN’s Language theme for the month. We chat with Gabby who talks about the importance of AAC, and what it means for her. Apologies for the poor sound quality, I had a bit of trouble with it when recording. You can read more from Gabby at…