Find out more about our projects and other activities we are supporting.
A Different View: Artists address pornography, brings together artworks from 21 artists questioning the visual conventions of pornography.
We are also supporting an autonomous, fringe art campaign designed to get people talking about pornography at the same time as actively refusing misogyny and racism.
What can be done to acknowledge, name and resist the mundane but persistent sexism in everyday life? A PhD project involving young Aucklanders in critical dialogue and social action.
See video presentations of talks from the Symposium – including Nicola Gavey, Virginia Braun, Ann Cahill, Aleks Antevska, Octavia Calder-Dawe, Beach, Jones, Pickens & Sills, and Michael Flood.
Catch the New Zealand premiere of Love and Sex in an Age of Pornography. Afterwards Directors Maree Crabbe and David Corlett will speak about the film, their project and answer your questions.