Heidi Griffin speaks about the new community gallery she's opening on Gover Street in Ngāmotu / New Plymouth.
We interview collage artist and printmaker Teresa Goodin. We talk about her interests in reproduction and archetypes, and the gallery and studio space in Tataraimaka (the old Okato Cheese factory) she shares with a number of artists.
Ruth Buchanan is using the Govett Brewster's world-famous collection to ask questions about institutions, inclusion and where our bodies belong in the exhibition, The scene in which I find myself / Or, where does my body belong.
Realist painter Jodi Calkin is exhibiting work in the Emerging Artists' gallery in Top Town, Ngāmotu / New Plymouth until the end of December 2019.
“Poetry -- despite its cute, cotton-socks image -- is a tough art form,” says James Brown, poet, editor and 2019 Ronald Hugh Morrieson awards poetry judge. James shares thoughts on how to write a great poem, and we hear the winning poems from this year.
Waitara-based painter Rubi Riot elaborates on the stories behind her colourful, layered paintings: of music, myth, magic, love and house fires.
In part 1, we hear this year's Ronald Hugh Morrieson Award winning stories and research article, with comments and writing tips from judges, Dame Fiona Kidman and Matt Rilkoff.
Stu Tullett Morris's paintings deliberately entertain naivety, becoming psychedelic, character-filled fests of movement in oil pastel, house paint and other media.