Contributor: K. Emma Ng

Emma is a curator, writer and public programmer. She’s worked on design and arts projects for organisations such as Te Papa, New Zealand Festival, Urban Design Forum and Phaidon, is a former Curator/Manager of Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, and the author of Old Asian, New Asian, published by BWB Texts.

On Wellington: Loss and looking ahead

When was the last time you considered the value of spaces like libraries, town halls and theatres for your city? In Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand, the slow erosion of the city’s civic functions over the past ten years has crept up on writer K. Emma Ng. She walks us through this loss, and […]