Hanahiva Rose, writer on Maori and Pacific art practices and Assistant Curator at Govett Brewster Art Gallery and Len Lye Centre talks about colonisation and decolonisation in New Zealand art.
Taranaki artists Rhonda Bunyan, Brenda Cash and Linda McFetridge talk about how their art practice and thinking changed during New Zealand's level 3 and 4 Covid-19 rāhui (lockdown).
Our third and final instalment in this series introducing European Early Music traces music's development between about 1500 and 1630, with the rise of the printing press, Protestantism and the middle classes.
We're go back to Egypt in 3rd Century AD to examine very early Christian music... (not strictly from Europe, but relevant), then look at the development of polyphony in England and France, right up to the early 1500s.
From the recently decoded ancient Greek music of 400BC, through Gregorian chant, one incredible nun and hidden music in Scotland's Rosslyn Chapel.
Why are so many finding we can't do the creative work we imagined we would... if we had all this time? Suraya examines evidence-informed perspectives on motivation and procrastination. They might not be what you think they are.
The mindful art practice known as wood burning, poker work or pyrography has gotten Vicky Taylor of Whakaahurangi / Stratford through some tough times.
Multi-media artist Lee Rapira researches meticulously before starting her work. She also talks about studying art at WITT and why enter competitions.