Arts on Sunday for Sunday 19 February 2012
12:40 Wallace Art Exhibition - 20 Paramount Award Winner Exhibition
Dr Peter Shand assesses the exhibition that brings together for the first time the first 20 winners of the country’s longest running art award.
The exhibition can be viewed on Artsdiary.
Terry Stringer, Wallace Art Awards Paramount Award Trophy, Bronze, 145 x 125 x 92 mm
12.50 New Zealand on Screen
As the debate over the future and quality of free-to-air TV, and the demise of TVNZ7 continues, Trisha Dunleavy assesses the New Zealand film and television industries, in terms of their creative and cultural impact.
1:00 At The Movies attempts to convey the flavour of The Artist, despite the fact it’s a silent film
1:33 Listener’s pick
A 1940s movie which Reg Turner describes as a love story that remains unequalled… see if you agree.
Writer, director and curator Louise Tu’u (right) about creating community-based work and bringing back her play about those who live on the streets.
1:50 Musician Johnny Clegg
The “white Zulu” describes life for a mixed-race band in 1982 South Africa.
2:00 The Laugh Track
Actress, writer and well-known supermarket ad Mum Elisabeth Easther (right).
2:25 Lima Dance
Contemporary dance is fairly foreign territory for those from the Pacific Island community, and remains largely outside of the vocabulary of PI youth. But with the help of Lima Dance in Auckland, and its founder Olivia Taouma that’s all starting to change. Sonia Sly was recently in Auckland and gets a lesson in Krump 101, and discovers there’s a whole lot of talent about to be unleashed in Lima Dance’s new production – Mixed Nuts 2: Underworld.
Video: Lima Productions on YouTube
Images courtesy of Lima Dance.
2:30 Ice Blink
Anne Noble has just released a book of photographs taken during three trips to Antarctica. She’s also about to open an exhibition, Bitch in Slippers, with fellow Antarctica visitor, author Lloyd Jones.
Anne Noble by Ruby Gray.
2:50 Wild Bride
Audrey Brisson travelled the world as a child with Cirque Du Soleil, was directed by Clint Eastwood in the movie Hereafter, and is now heading to New Zealand to appear in a show based on a Grimms Fairy story about a child sold to the devil by her father.
3:00 The Sunday Drama
When Sun and Moon Collide by Briar Grace-Smith – a sometimes comic, small town tale of separated kids, dark deeds and fierce retribution.