Writing

Books

Te Ringa Rehe- The Legacy of Emily Schuster. Editor. Monologue focusing on the legacy of Te Arawa master-weaver Emily Rangitiaria Schuster OBE QSM (1927 - 1997). Rotorua: Central Design Print. 2017.


Book Chapters

Crafting a Continuum: Te Moemoea No Iotefa - The Dream of Joseph, in Crafting Aotearoa: A Cultural History of Craft in Aotearoa and the Wider Moana Pacific. Eds. Damian Skinner, Karl Chitham and Kolokesa Mahina. (Forthcoming)
Decolonising the Lens. in Agency & Aesthetics, Art Matter 02. Eds. Ann Shelton and Dr. Zara Stanhope. Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, pp 91-101, 2018.
Spectral Visions, in Lonnie Hutchinson: Blackbird. Edited by Linda Tyler., University of Auckland. Centre for Art Studies, Issuing Body, and Gus Fisher Gallery, pp 15-17. 2015.


Texts 

Jasmine Togo-Brisby, Cover and Profile in Femisphere Zine. Eds. Imogen Taylor and Judy Darragh. Issue 2, pp14 - 17, 2018.
Sissy That Walk: A Short Herstory of the Pacific Sisters. Art New Zealand, Issue 165, 2018. 
Tonga's Stronghold is its Heart: The Photographs of Emily Mafile'o. Art New Zealand, Issue 162, 2017.
Curating for the Pacific; 95 theses (New Zealand Edition) by Sean Mallon, Nina Tonga, Kolokesa Māhina-Tuai, Fulimalo Pereira, Leafa Wilson and Ane Tonga. Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, 2016.
Ani O'Neill: Crochet Country, in Annual 2, Eds. Susan Paris and Kate De Goldi. Wellington, New Zealand: Gecko Press, 2016.
Influx. Accompanying publication for exhibition of the same title. St Paul Street Gallery 2016.
Between the Folds: New Work by Dagmar Dyck. Art New Zealand, Issue 158, 2016. 
Shaped After Our Landscape, Collection Profile, Otago Daily Times, 2016.
An Upward Flight: The Art of Lonnie Hutchinson. Art New Zealand, Issue 154, 2015.
Urban Drift. Accompanying Publication for exhibition of the same title. Papakura Art Gallery, 2014.
Janet Lilo's Archive. Accompanying Publication for the exhibition Janet Lilo: Hit Me With Your Best Show (the remix). City Gallery Wellington, 2013.
The State of the Object, Accompanying Publication for exhibition Nga Wahanga: Excerpts From Fiona Pardington's Collections. Papakura Art Gallery, 2013.


Artist Talks/ Public Lectures/ Presentations


Visualising Pacific Feminisms, Pacific Arts Association XIII International Symposium, Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, Australia. 25-28 March, 2019.
Member of Judging Panel, Molly Morpeth Canaday Award, Whakatane Museum and Arts, 2019.
She Claims: Art Matters- Ane Tonga and Janet Lilo. Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. 4 July 2018.
Judge, Estuary Art and Ecology Prize. Malcolm Smith Gallery, Uxbridge Art Centre Auckland, 2017.
Guest Lecture, Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland. 2017.
Judge, Miles Art Awards. Tauranga Art Gallery, 2016.
On Curating: The Artist as Curator, Public Lecture, Master of Arts Management Curatorial Paper, AUT Auckland. 2016.
Decolonising the Lens: Depictions of Women in Grills, at Making Women Visible Conference, Centre for Research on Colonial Culture, University of Otago. 2016.
Sister Speak: Nina and Ane Tonga In Conversation. As part of the exhibition Grills at Gus Fisher Gallery. 2015.
Judge, Friends of the Dowse Student Craft and Design Awards. Dowse Art Museum, Wellington. 2012.


Awards

Recipient of the Creative New Zealand Pasifika Emerging Artist Award. 2015.
Nominated Artist, Annual Sacred Hill Commission, Auckland Festival of Photography. 2015.
Recipient of Olympus Photographic Prize, Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland 2010.