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Artbank: 10 June 2018

Artbank 10 June Artbank 10 June, 218.13 MB
Sun 10 Jun 2018

This week we have dancers Tia Sagapolutele and Xavier Breed from the Manu Collective in studio chatting about  the Pacific Dance Festival and their upcoming tour to China for the International Youth Dance Festival. We also hear Conor O'Shea from Sydneysydney gallery take Theo on a tour of a pop up exhibition in an Auckland hotel room. Plus another DIY art from Sunday Painter and your weekly art guide! Ka pai! 

Artbank: 3 June 2018

Artbank 3 June 2018 Artbank 3 June 2018, 220.51 MB
Sun 3 Jun 2018

Theo helms the show this week with an in-studio chat to Audio Foundation artist in residence and winner of the Lilburn Research Fellowship Daniel Beban, plus an interview with the editors of The Physics Room's new publication Hamster. Plus Rachel speaks to Nneka Onuorah, LGBTQI+ activist, director and current field producer of Viceland's new series MY HOUSE: an exploration of contemporary vogue and ballroom culture in New York City. Nice one! 

Artbank: 27 May 2018

Artbank 27 March 2018 Artbank 27 March 2018, 164.11 MB
Sun 27 May 2018

Woohoo! The first of our new 2 hour shows! Topping off NZ Music Month with a live set from Auckland's own Ducklingmonster plus 100% tunes from across Aotearoa, and an interview with comic book legend Eric Reynolds from Fantagraphics. Phew! 

Artbank: 20 May 2018

Artbank 20th May Artbank 20th May, 102.84 MB
Sun 20 May 2018

This week Hannah Valentine, Scarlett Cibilich and Sarah Callesen are in studio chatting to Rachel about their projects included in this year's Art Fair. We also have an interview with Tokyo based artist Taro Shinoda about his  project Lunar Reflection Transmission Technique

Artbank: 13 May 2018

Artbank May 13.mp3 mp3, 88.96 MB
Sun 13 May 2018

This week Remco de Blaaij, the new Director of Artspace on Karangahape Rd is in studio to chat about Most Thing Happen When I Am Asleep, on for one more week at the gallery. 

Artbank: 6 May 2018

Artbank 6 May .mp3 mp3, 96.74 MB
Sun 6 May 2018

Ron Gallipoli, the 2018 Winter Artist in Residence at the Audio Foundation is up this week ahead of the launch of BLACK LANTERN CIRCLE III: The Tooth and The Tree this friday 11th May at the Audio Foundation, ka rawe! 

Artbank: 29th April 2018

Artbank 29 April 2018 .mp3 mp3, 97.05 MB
Sun 29 Apr 2018

This week we speak to Kathryn Aucamp and Gyorgika Farrelly, two Elam Fine Arts Students who have exhibitions on at the two Elam student galleries in response to the proposed closure of the Fine Arts Library and Creative Arts libraries at Auckland University. 

Artbank: 22 April 2018

Artbank 22 April.mp3 mp3, 102.47 MB
Sun 22 Apr 2018

Lucy Meyle is in this week to chat about her exhibition 'does a flower rehearse for spring', on now at St Paul ST Gallery three. Plus we keep you up to date with whats happening in art around Tāmaki-Makaurau and the #savefineartslibrary campiagn 

Artbank: 15 April 2018

Artbank 15 April .mp3 mp3, 111.17 MB
Sun 15 Apr 2018

First up this week Connor Crawford and Diva Ford chat to us about their collaborative exhibition You Saw Sound, I heard Colour opening this friday at Lowtide space, then Erena Shingade chats to us about issue 8 of Minarets poetry journal launcing on the 28th of April! Plus we update you on the #savefineartslibrary campaign: you can send your thoughts about the proposed closure of the Fine Arts Library at Elam to https://savefineartslibrary.com

Artbank: 8 April 2018

Artbank 8 April 2018.mp3 mp3, 106.7 MB
Sun 8 Apr 2018

Painter Claudia Edwards speaks about her upcoming exhibition Mother Daughter on Hiatus at Sanderson Contemporary Art Gallery. Plus Rachel spoke earlier in the week to writer Marian Evans about This Joyous, Chaotic place: He Waiata Tangi-ā-Tahu, an exhibition about the life and work of poet Heather McPhearson on at Mokopōpaki space on Krd. Also we talk about the proposed closure of Elam School of Fine Arts Library: if you want to have your opinion heard email the Elam Students' Association elam.association@gmail.com