Profile

Cover photo
Liz Clark
Works at Freelance
76 followers|1,146,307 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
On our recent co-collecting project in Guåhan with Humanities Guåhan we spent time in the workspaces of indigenous Chamorro blacksmiths, carvers and weavers. The next blog in our 'inside the artist studio' series delves into the practices of two weaving practitioners, James Bamba and Mark Benavente. Both artists have collaborated on several projects and through their teaching …
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
Score 94/100 Wine review, tasting notes 2010 Cinelli Colombini Brunello Montalcino Riserva. Description of aroma profile, flavors. Join the experience.
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
The stupidity of some people is beyond me
A young boy has been pictured standing inside a rhino enclosure at a zoo in Ireland's capital, just metres from the giant animal. - New Zealand Herald
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark
owner

Discussion  - 
 
An exceptional and very sympathetic treatment of a heritage building in Newton, Auckland combined in with contemporary architecture. Developers should take note of this outstanding effort to preserve a heritage building
Above is how the Orange Coronation Hall looked back in 2006. Previous blog post here. Yesterday -- this is the new Orange. Tony Smith of Burwood Orange Ltd contacted me in May this year, and invited me to take a look aroun...
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark
owner

Discussion  - 
 
‪#‎history‬ ‪#‎Kaipara‬ ‪#‎NorthlandNZ‬ The iron hulled barque Anglo Norman ashore at Kaipara Heads 26 September 1914. The Anglo Norman was built at Port Glasgow in 1876 762 tons register. At the time of her wrecking she was owned by Aeties Anglo Norman of Porsgrund, Norway. She came ashore at North spit during a heavy swell. The crew of 12 disembarked safely and had walked to the lighthouse where they were given shelter for the night. By the next day the barque was 15 feet into the sand and was full of water. She still lies there to this day.
Image source: Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19141008-35-2

1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
Twitter turned 10 years old earlier this year. Te Papa hasn’t been using twitter quite that long, but the unfortunately named (my fault) @tepapacolonline account, created to share Te Papa’s amazing collections, has been around for a while now, having first dipped its toes in the twitter waters on February 27, 2009. A lot has happened over …
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
Wet

1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark
owner

Discussion  - 
 
Great post on the Te Papa blog about the very rare and now critically endangered Maui's Dolphin a subspecies of the Hector's Dolphin. 55 individual animals remain (last population census)


Former museum director Alan Baker was a keen scuba diver with research interests in marine invertebrates (especially sea urchins and starfish), fish, whales and dolphins. Te Papa turned 150 years old on 8 December 2015. To celebrate 150 years since the opening of the Colonial Museum in Wellington, the exhibition ‘You called me WHAT?!’ is open …
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
No excuse for ignorance.
Yet another baby animal has died after meddling tourists tried to help it in the wild. - New Zealand Herald
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark

Shared publicly  - 
 
#BlackLivesMatter A terrible thing to happen to Alton Sterling. Right or wrong he should not have been shot. Disgusting!
1
Add a comment...

Liz Clark
owner

Discussion  - 
 
The launch of the small schooner Onoke built at Ivydale opposite Kohukohu in the Hokianga for the inter island trade in Noumea 1909.

Source: Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19090902-12-3
1
Add a comment...
People
Basic Information
Gender
Female
Story
Introduction
Liz is a journalist, writer and artist living with her children on a 12 acre farm in Northland New Zealand. I love my family, my farm and my animals and I love just being me. I have a deep love wildlife, the environment, farming and rural life, and I speak out against injustice. The world is made to share with all living things. Take a moment to care about our planet, and do what you can to stand against the wrongs being done. One voice - can become many
Bragging rights
I used to talk to lions
Work
Occupation
Living on a small farm in Maungaturoto, Kaipara District Northland New Zealand. I love writing, art and of course my horses. Living with two of my now growing up children in paradise
Employment
  • Freelance
    Heritage Researcher, Lifestyle farmer and writer, present