Arts on Sunday for Sunday 15 August 2010
12:40 James Wallace
Arts patron and businessman James Wallace on the realisation of his dream - a dedicated home for his trust's extensive art collection.
In mid-2010, the Pah Homestead in Hillsborough, Auckland, will become the home of the James Wallace Arts Trust's collection.
12:50 Film Critic Sam Edwards analyses this year's line up for the Qantas Film Awards
All you ever wanted to know about the disreputable Troma Studios.
1:30 Soprano Madeleine Pierard
Madeleine Pierard (right) talks about heading off to the Royal Opera at Covent Garden and sharing the stage with some of her idols.
An invitation to be part of a subtlemob if you're in Auckland this Friday- you'll be given a secret location and instructions downloaded from your MP3 device of choice.
1:50 Choreographer Carol Brown, whose new work is about to premiere with Touch Compass
2:00 The Laugh Track
Actor, improviser and comedy lover Simon Smith, whose picks include the wonderful Eddie Izzard.
2:20 Christchurch's Art Centre
The Arts Centre of Christchurch is steeped in history. Sonia Yee investigates its role in a broader, contemporary New Zealand context.
Art work on display by Korean Artist Hee Kyoung Bae. Image courtesy of Golding Arts 2010.
2:30 Short story writing competitions
We discuss the value of short story writing competitions, talking to people involved in three of them - the two oldest and a new kid on the block.
2:50 I Could Have Sworn I
We head to Istanbul where an exhibition of New Zealand art has just opened, made up of work from expats which will eventually make it back home.
2:55 Peter Williams reviews the New Zealand String Quartet's latest national tour
3:00 The Sunday Drama
Part two of Tom McCrory's Faith examines the blurred boundries of relationships and the nature of what we believe.