Makyla Curtis is an artist whose work intersects poetry, printmaking and letterpress based in Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland. Her current exhibition, Apertures, at Angela Morton Room, Takapuna Library, is the culmination of several projects completed as part of her Master of Visual Arts at AUT in 2021. The show features artist books, poems, wall hangings and site-specific ephemera, including stones, plants, and pieces of driftwood. Read more…..
Beyond the Surface: Re-imaging History, features new work by artist, printmaker and educator Toni Mosley created during her three-month artist residency at Howick Historic Village. https://www.inaarraoui.com/exhibition-beyond-the-surface/
Recently established print studio to teach and pass on the skills of letterpress and all associated book arts. https://inaarraoui.com/the-wellington-centre-for-book-arts/
Employing the digital hand-made to engage diverse communities in the art of letterpress, the team at Wai-te-ata Press are bringing the stories of these communities alive through multilingual projects and publications. https://inaarraoui.com/wai-te-ata-press/
Graham Judd runs an award-winning specialist letterpress printing company, teaches and mentors young letterpress enthusiasts and has recently established a mobile print shop with the aim of sharing his love of letterpress across the country. https://inaarraoui.com/gto-printers-graham-judd/