Painting from an unmissable location between Ngā Motu New Plymouth and Ōakura, Kris White is known for colourful blocks - 'like colouring book art' - divided by black lines.
Our host Suraya Sidhu Singh interviewed about her art practice by poet, journalist and art enthusiast Virginia Winder.
Glass maker Kiri McGuire (Ngāti Pāhauwera)'s Kākano gallery in Ōpunakē is a place people can go to learn about, learn to play and buy Taonga Pūoro (traditional Māori musical instruments) made by Kiri and some of Aotearoa's best makers, and learn raranga (weaving) from local experts.
Giant matchsticks, a relatable white mouse and some canvases that draw you in to the void are the order of the day at Seung Yul Oh's exhibition at Contemporary Art Space in New Plymouth.
Irene Smit is showing her large-scale oil and acrylic portraits if the emerging artists' gallery at Access Radio Taranaki in Top Town Gallery, Ngamotu New Plymouth until the end of March 2021.
Dan Mills is having his first exhibition in Taranaki, Large Paintings at Lysaght Watt Gallery in Hawera. He talks about how he makes the paintings and his inspirations.
Brett Graham speaks at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery about his exhibition, Tai Moana Tai Tangata, including audience Q&A.
Director of the Len Lye Foundation Evan Webb gives a talk about the key ideas in Len Lye's work, to a packed audience at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery and Len Lye Centre on 30 January 2021.