Arts on Sunday for Sunday 19 December 2010
12:40 Creative New Zealand
New Creative New Zealand funding criteria means more work for arts organisations.
12:50 The Arts Foundation
Private patrons and the artists who love them.
1:00 At The Movies
Simon Morris looks back on the year's films, from the 3D spectaculars like Avatar and Alice in Wonderland, to low-budget thrillers like Buried and Lebanon.
1:30 NZ Film School
We celebrate ten years of the NZ Film School.
1:45 Art of Glass
Is stained glass a dying art? Sonia Yee treks down to the South Island to meet Ginny O'Dea, an artist whose keeping the craft alive.
Stained Glass artist Ginny O'Dea.
A new exhibition reveals Auckland through the eyes of music video directors.
2:00 The Laugh Track
Actor, director, teacher and new Arts Laureate Stuart Devenie on the decline of British comedy.
2:30 Adam Foundation Creative Writing Prize
Winner Rayne Cockburn (right) on plans for the future; teacher (and novelist) Damien Wilkins on how to train a writer.
2:40 Mash-ups and Mixes
Daylight, by Thomas Gleeson & Emma Johansson, winner of best alternate music video. Audio track "DayLight" Copyright Robert Scott and Flying Nun Records 2010. Archive footage preserved and made available by Archives New Zealand / Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga.
2:45 Outrageous Fortune - the exhibition
Robyn Malcolm reviews the exhibition that's all about her.
A reproduction of Cheryl West's living room.
The story of things that humans have made at different points in the period from the Stone Age to the digital age. (BBC)