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Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 10-02-2024 Pastel Association( 0:47:37)       
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The ARTspace in the Top Town Mall is hosting a group exhibition by the New Plymouth Pastel Association throughout February. Pop in to have a look!
Published: 12/02/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 03-02-2024 Kris Marlianti( 0:55:11)       
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Manaia artist Krismarlianti Donaldson won the 2022 Taranaki National Art Awards in the painting category. Krismarlianti is also a published poet in Indonesia.
Published: 5/02/2024 10:15:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 27-01-2024 Alastair Ross - Film Festival 2024( 0:55:4)       
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Alastair Ross talks about this year’s film festivals at Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre Cinema. Coming up on 2-6 February is the KIRIATA MĀORI film festival that was taken out by Cyclone Gabrielle last year.
Published: 29/01/2024 12:15:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 20-01-2024 Jo Stallard - Fenton St Gallery( 0:58:31)       
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Fenton Street Arts Collective offers great coffee, gin, whisky and gallery space for exhibiting artists. Owner Jo Stallard talks about her portrait painting and the upcoming Shakespeare events in Stratford.
Published: 22/01/2024 12:00:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 13-01-2024 Roger Morris - Remo( 0:48:49)       
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The art of Roger Morris (a.k.a. Remo) is often political in nature, communicating what’s happening in the world. His dynamic woodcut prints are on a magnificent scale.
Published: 15/01/2024 12:15:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 06-01-2024 Gaye Atkinson( 0:51:59)       
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After 30 years, Gaye Atkinson returned to making pottery. Raku is her preferred firing method. View her award-winning artefacts in ’50 years of clay’ at Puke Ariki, celebrating 50 years of New Plymouth Potters.
Published: 8/01/2024 12:45:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 30-12-2023 Suzan Kostanich( 0:44:17)       
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Suzan Kostanich is a fibre artist with many talents in fashion design, stitching and felting. She talks about her intricate process of felting, or laminating, wool and paper together to make her lavish Madonnas embroidered with gold and glass beads.
Published: 8/01/2024 12:15:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 23-12-2023 Marianne Muggeridge( 0:53:48)       
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Marianne Muggeridge is a national treasure who has painted Nobel Prize winners and Reserve Bank governors. For Marianne, art is the point of life. Art has never failed to put her back on track.
Published: 8/01/2024 11:45:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 16-12-2023 Jeanette Verster( 0:40:16)       
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Jeanette Verster won the fibre art category in the Taranaki National Art Awards 2023. On Sugar Loafing Arts Cast this Saturday at 11am she talks about her meticulously folded paper, cotton, silk and acrylic work influenced by music, kirigami, origami, polyrhythms and the cross as a multi-layered signifier.
Published: 18/12/2023 11:45:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 09-12-2023 Veronica Tee( 0:47:48)       
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Colour and light are key elements in Veronica Tee’s art, and she spends hours in Pukekura Park. From early on she learnt that determination and practice pays off. Check out Veronica’s landscapes in pastel and oil in our ARTSpace until 8 January!
Published: 11/12/2023 11:45:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 02-12-2023 Mike Brown & Riki Osborne - Mokau Bone Carving( 0:55:31)       
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Mike Brown and Riki Osborne from Mokau Bone Carving talk about next year’s Mokau Bone Carving Symposium and a new community bone carving hub in New Plymouth.
Published: 4/12/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 25-11-2023 Toni Hartill & Viv Davy( 0:46:21)       
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Toni Hartill is the resident artist at from out of the blue studio gallery in Opunake, where her first solo exhibition ‘Waymarkers’ is on show until 17 December. Viv Davy tells us about the kaupapa of her gallery and residencies.
Published: 27/11/2023 2:00:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 18-11-2023 Mike Bishop( 0:57:18)       
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Michael Bishop is an emerging creative non-fiction writer from Hawai'i, here on a Fulbright Fellowship to write about sacred ground and legal personhood in Taranaki. We talk about rock-climbing, astronomy and a mega telescope that sparked protests in Hawai’i. And Mike reads his ‘Surf lessons’.
Published: 20/11/2023 11:39:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 11-11-2023 Mere Tari Sovick( 0:48:3)       
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Mikaela meets up with Mere Tari Sovick, founder of Melanesian Women Today, at the 7th Melanesian Arts & Culture Festival in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Mere remembers her Taranaki boarding school days and host families in Eltham and Ōpunake. Haus Storian literary fest’s Ketty Napwatt, Rebecca Tobo Olul-Hossen, Elsie Nalyal Molou and Busi Vasconcellos read their poetry and microfiction.
Published: 13/11/2023 12:15:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 04-11-2023 Gallery Pātea Artists( 0:55:41)       
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Gallery Pātea artists are taking over our ARTSpace in November! Gabrielle Belz is showing a student exhibition at Gallery Pātea and Johnny de Painter talks about his art, music and animated film. You can check out ‘BOB Interdimensional Wool Courier’ from Don’t Panic Pictures which won the Best Incredibly Strange Award in the 48 Hours film competition online.
Published: 7/11/2023 3:15:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 28-10-2023 Leina Isno - Bislama Language Week( 0:59:6)       
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Dunedin-based Leina Isno is a champion of Aotearoa’s first Bislama Pilot Language Week in November. Mikaela caught up with the NZ Red Cross delegate and writer at the 7th Melanesian Arts & Culture Festival in Port Vila, Vanuatu, and enjoyed kava & poetry at Alliance Française with Leina Isno, Anna Naupa and Catherine Malosu-Lessa.
Published: 30/10/2023 10:45:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 21-10-2023 WITT Art Students( 0:38:34)       
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The art students at WITT Te Pukenga Art and Design Taranaki are preparing for their End of Year exhibition. Jodie McEwan, Courtney Bisset-Yandle and Becci Phillips talk about their process, inspiration and designs. Music by art teacher Mark Raymer and his band À la Poupée and the Chine-Collés.
Published: 24/10/2023 2:30:00 p.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 14-10-2023 Rachel Lambert( 0:54:1)       
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Jeweller Rachel Lambert in Ōkato talks about her love of combining precious metals with deer antlers, mother of pearl and gifted materials.
Published: 16/10/2023 11:45:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 07-10-2023 Menz Shed( 0:56:9)       
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Skilled woodworkers Phil Taylor, Wayne Brunton and Dave Richards talk about MenzShed’s kaupapa of learning, sharing and supporting members’ wellbeing. Check out MenzShed’s exhibition in the ArtSpace in October!
Published: 9/10/2023 10:45:00 a.m.
Sugar Loafing Arts Cast 30-09-2023 Nicola Kawana - UPU( 0:53:32)       
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Taranaki-born Nicola Kāwana performs in the award-winning show UPU in New Plymouth in October. We talk about acting on TV versus the stage, about gaming voice-overs that went viral, and Nicola reads part of a poem by Brandy Nālani McDougall, Hawai'i’s current Poet Laureate.
Published: 2/10/2023 11:30:00 a.m.

Sugar Loafing Arts Cast showcases the diversity of arts in Taranaki and beyond. Host Mikaela Nyman interviews artists, creative makers, writers and curators, and delves into art ideas and mediums, discussing a wide range of themes, such as decolonisation in New Zealand and Pacific art and literature, how to find inspiration, and the beauty of collaboration with other creative souls across art disciplines. The fundamental idea of this podcast is to showcase arts and creativity and to inspire. Do you have a creative passion or want to share your ideas? Feel free to contact Mikaela on community@accessradiotaranaki.com Sugar Loafing Arts Cast is supported and sponsored by the Govett Brewster Art Gallery.


Host: Mikaela Nyman

Produced By: Access Radio Taranaki 104.4FM

Language: English

Category: Arts

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