We chat with Jacob Rajan about the Indian Ink Theatre Company play 'Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream', which he co-wrote and starred in.
Allan Xia's motion comic Yoru no Torri recounts his visit to Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine, Kyoto, where a chance encounter with an old man revealed to him another side of the sacred site.
We talk with playwright and director Ahi Karunaharan about his play The Mourning After, which the Foundation supported with an Arts Project grant.
We talk to director of Whirinaki art gallery Leanne Wickham about the animated and interactive work Flowers and People - Gold, by Japanese arts collective Teamlab.
Experience Shane Carter and Arnont Nongyao's "abrasive and confronting" audio-visual work 20...20 VISION. 20...20 VISION is an IN TOUCH Arts Commission.
We talk to curator Robbie Handcock about the Inner Lives of Islands, an exhibition on at Te Tuhi gallery in Auckland that looks at storytelling from the Asia-Pacific region.
We chat with choreographer Lucy Marinkovich about her IN TOUCH arts commission dance work Nothing Is.
Musician Tristan Carter and visual artist Kelly Spencer's IN TOUCH arts commission work, Rasa, takes the audience on a surreal audio/visual stroll through the sounds and sites of an Indian city.
Launched at the recent Auckland Writers Festival, A Clear Dawn is a anthology of poetry, fiction and essays from 75 emerging New Zealand writers of Asian ethnicity.
Set on 9 August 2020 in Auckland, Singapore and Davao in the Philippines, Three Dots touches down into the lives of three women as they go about their day, each impacted in their own way by Covid-19.
Fiona Amundsen and Hiroshi Nakatsuji's work Half-Life explores the impact of the dropping of nuclear bombs on the cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
Atera Apirana's love of kapa haka has taken her to Japan and China to perform and been the catalyst for learning about the cultures of those countries.