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If you find yourself mindlessly scrolling through Twitter or Facebook and seeing nothing but bad news, may we suggest the following local sites to bookmark.

The internationally recognised and award-winning website Arts and Letters Daily, founded in Christchurch, has been a mainstay of cultural matters since the late Denis Dutton, a professor of philosophy at Canterbury University co-founded the site in 1998

The site links to the best art criticism, book reviews, essays, political and other writing ideas across the web and the site secured Dutton a place among ‘the most influential media personalities in the world – as described by Time Magazine.

https://www.aldaily.com/

The University of Canterbury’s Erin Harrington hosts an informative and entertaining website, Flat City Field Notes, which looks at arts and culture in Ōtautahi.

https://flatcityfieldnotes.com/

The University of Canterbury’s College of Arts also has a dedicated blog with updates, news, views and events. The College of Arts is a broad college that incorporates everything from politics to fine arts and is a wealth of information.

You can check out the blog here:

https://artsupdate.canterbury.ac.nz/

And the Ara Music Arts page on Facebook has a wealth of information about concerts and live performances from staff, graduates and current students and there are also collections of music videos and recorded performances to view.

Ara Music Arts | Facebook

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