16 Mar 2016

Finn McCahon-Jones: ceramics, festivals and giving kids a voice

From Nine To Noon, 10:06 am on 16 March 2016
Finn McCahon-Jones

Finn McCahon-Jones Photo: Tobias Kraus

On 16 March a big line-up of bands and performers hit Western Springs for the Auckland City Limits music festival. This year, for the first time, there'll be a mini-festival for young fans called Kiddie Limits.

Curator Finn McCahon Jones talks with Kathryn Ryan:


Finn McCahon Jones recently retired as the voice of bFM's Sunday morning kids' show after 20 years. He's also the curator and director of Te Toi Uku, the Crown Lynn Ceramics museum in Auckland. The grandson of the artist Colin McCahon, and son of Auckland University professor Alison Jones and William McCahon, he grew up surrounded by art and ideas.

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