To celebrate 70 episodes in the Cultural Icons series, we’ve put together a publication that showcases every interview! Each image is linked to a video, so click away and watch some wonderful, insightful discussions between people who have shaped New Zealand’s arts and culture scene.
If you missed out on the book launch for In Search of the Vernacular you can now watch it online! Copies of the stunning publication are available for $40 from the Depot Artspace.
In this second installment of the interview between painter Annette Isbey and Denys Trussell we look at some of Isbey’s work as she explores the influences, processes and memories behind them.
In 2012 Nigel Brown visited the Depot Artspace in Devonport and delivered a talk about the work he was exhibiting at the ‘Peace Space’ as part of the Depot Artspace Cultural Mapping Project exhibition ‘Sum of the Parts’.
In the first of two episodes, Cultural Icons’ Patron Denys Trussell interviews painter Annette Isbey at her studio.
Rodney Wilson, one of New Zealand’s most influential museum and gallery directors died on 27 April 2013.
In the latest episode of Cultural Icons, artist and film maker Claudia Pond-Eyley interviews painter and academic Robert Ellis.