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In today's show we're excited to showcase local Taranaki tech wizards 'Playcycle', Che Rogers and Peter Heard. We visit their studio in New Plymouth and get an in-depth tour of their rigs and musical dynamics. We talk about their experiences within the New Zealand festival scene and their #experimentalvideo work and collaborations with #videoartists such as Dwayne Duthie.
Duration: 00:59:35 | Date: 9 March, 2019
A chat with watercolour artist and teacher Joni Murphy about why watercolours are an amazing medium, and how you can get started.
Duration: 00:59:29 | Date: 2 March, 2019
A walk around Paul Hutchinson's exhibition "Back up" Koru on Devon.
Volker Hawighorst's Best Before exhibition, also at Koru on Devon. Hear how Volker got hold of thousands of tags, and how he's been inspired by John Coltrane, prime numbers and more.
Duration: 00:59:29 | Date: 23 February, 2019
Interview with Melbourne-based NZ-Australian-German landscape artist Karen Standke. She speaks about how her stunning landscapes explore environmental and political issues.
Duration: 01:03:42 | Date: 2 February, 2019
We chat with Wellington-based, Taranaki-raised modern applique tapestry artist Polly about:
- The slippery slope from practising witchcraft to textile art
- How not to make shorty pyjamas
- Geriatric cat care
- Decolonisation, appropriation and paganism
- How ‘Indie art’ finds its audience.
With music from Florence and the Machine, Grace VanderWaal, Tori Amos and The Bats.
Duration: 01:02:23 | Date: 26 January, 2019
We interview Shannon Novak, whose exhibition 17 years reflects on growing up gay in New Plymouth in the 80s and 90s. We follow the story through the art, talking about religion, the social role of cruising spots, recording LGBTQ+ history and how the internet changed everything.
We also talk with photographer Fiona Clark about her photographs documenting New Plymouth's LGBTQ+ history, especially 47 St Aubyn Street, home of support groups and magical parties.
Duration: | Date: 19 January, 2019
What was art at school like for you? Did it build your confidence in your own creativity and inspire you to explore arts more? Or did it make you feel the arts were only for a few special, talented people?
David Le Fleming tracks down his high school art teacher Sue Artner to find out what was behind the art education that made such an impact on him.
Duration: 01:03:39 | Date: 12 January, 2019
You'll be guided through the stunning I Am Woman exhibition at Percy Thomson Gallery by curator Rhonda Bunyan and hear from painter Fern Petrie in depth about her paintings. I Am Woman marks 125 years if women's suffrage in New Zealand, and we talk about why exhibitions like this help tell important and often little-told stories, new and old.
Duration: 01:04:49 | Date: 22 December, 2018
It's about improvised music and features:
- an interview with Berlin-based innovator Taishi Nagasaka,
- 9-year-old neighbour Madeline reflects on her first jamming experience
- live jam recordings and some other great music
- 8 tips for an awesome jam
- Dave's cool typewriter samples
Duration: 01:01:04 | Date: 15 December, 2018