Navigation for Arts on Sunday

12:43 YOURS

One of the most talked about artworks at the Tauranga Arts Festival, a fence art installation called Yours by artist Laura Marsh. She also discusses her thesis on the problems of being a proud Pakeha.

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12:48 Angry independent filmmaker Costa Botes

Filmmaker Costa Botes on the evils of piracy and its long term implications for our creatives.

Costa Botes photo by Daniel Batkin Smith
Costa Botes. Photograph by Daniel Batkin-Smith.

1:10 At The Movies with Simon Morris

1:35 Landscape architect Megan Wraight

Megan Wraight is the first landscape architect to be selected as an Arts Foundation Laureate. She talks about some of the projects she's most proud of – Wellington's Waterfront and Waitangi Park, and Auckland's Wynyard Quarter, and the tension between private development and public spaces.

1:41 Salt

Can social media solve the problems of love? Justin Gregory meets Melissa Fergusson from Charlatan Clinic, a theatre company whose new show wants to find out. They begin by asking that eternal question – what is love?


Left: Charlatan Clinic’s new show SALT. Right: Melissa Fergusson, writer and director of SALT.

2:05 The Laugh Track

Auckland-based Vaudeville performer, Lilly Loca.

2:26 Lyttleton ceramicist Cheryl Lucas

Cheryl Lucas on the joys of working with clay and the pleasures of being involved in the Sculpture on the Peninsula exhibition.

Gallery: work by Cheryl Lucas

Harder Larder by Cheryl Lucas
Harder Larder by Cheryl Lucas.

2:36 Writer Martin Edmund

Prime Minister Non Fiction Award winner Martin Edmund on his eventful life, his new literary interests and winning awards on both sides of the Tasman.

2:50 Dancing Earth

A chat to one of the most high profile Native American dancers and choreographers, Rulan Tangen, who's in New Zealand for a symposium on indigenous dance.

Gallery: Dancing Earth

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Rulan Tangen.

3:05 The Drama Hour

Lullaby Jock by Simon Ferry, winner of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union's Best Radio Drama Award for 2013.