Thank you, vinaka vakalevu Daniel Satele and the team at
The Pantograph Punch

I really appreciate this interview that Samoan writer, Daniel Satele pursued with me. It’s the first time I’ve discussed my position and politics with another Pacific artist and writer working in Auckland, Aotearoa. His introductory words are really moving, and affirm to me why it’s so important to encourage Pacific artists and writers to make commentary, using their privileged position of Pacific insight, on other Pacific art makers and activity. Click here to read the full interview

This interview comes at a feverishly busy point in the #2girls1conference fundraising journey! Leilani Kake are two weeks away from leaving for Vancouver to present our papers at the Pacific Arts Association 11th International Symposium at the University of British Columbia. Click here to check out the massive programme of speakers and activities.

Next week is the #2girls1conference Art Auction where we’ll be auctioning off generously donated works from a pretty impressive range of contemporary artists! All welcome – the event kicks off at 6pm at Te Karanga Gallery, Level 1, 208 Karangahape Road in central Auckland!

Check out the #2girls1conference Art Auction online catalogue

One Response to “Vinaka vakalevu Daniel Satele & Team @PantographPunch”

  1. Lauren B

    Thank you for posting such a fun interview! I’ve been following for a while; your achievements and visions give me all the more reasons to look up to you in many ways – just thought I’d come forward and share!


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