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Multi-media artist Lee Rapira makes meticulously researched work around themes like place, consumerism and colonisation. Her exhibition is on at the Emerge Gallery at Access Radio Taranaki, Top Town, Ngā Motu / New Plymouth until 29 February 2020.
Duration: 00:48:59 | Date: 15 February, 2020
"Draw and paint whatever you want. Don’t listen too much to people saying, that’s not in fashion. You still have to do what you love to do."
Encouraging words from Carina McQueen, oil painter, exhibiting at Lysacht Watt Gallery in Hawera this month, with Amy Taunt.
Duration: 00:55:57 | Date: 8 February, 2020
Avant-garde, jazz and bushfire-inspired poetry accompanied by improvisational provocateurs Late for Life Drawing at this month's Logo Malarky at Koru on Devon.
Duration: 01:00:19 | Date: 1 February, 2020
Heidi Griffin has long been involved in running galleries in Taranaki. In February 2020, she’s opening Gover Street Gallery, a large community-run space, in Ngāmotu / New Plymouth. Dwayne Duthie is adding an eye-catching mural to its front wall. We talk with Heidi about her plans for the space.
Duration: 00:59:43 | Date: 18 January, 2020
"[My work] can be challenging for some people, and it's supposed to be. That work has been created by digging deep into my shadow... and looking at some things that were difficult to look at. That's going to show people something in themselves as well. It's going to stimulate something."
Duration: 00:59:43 | Date: 11 January, 2020