Jan 31, 2016
Paula Orrell, Director/ Curator of the Centre of Contemporary Arts (COCA), and Blair Jackson, Deputy Director at Christchurch Art Gallery (CAG) discuss 'State of the Arts' with Jaya and David. They reflect on journeys to current roles, opportunities and challenges, and art and technology. All wrapped up with two 'refreshments' tested, tasted and rated, and with special relevance to Robbie Burns Night.
Episode 11 sponsor: Whisky Galore present one of New Zealand's broadest ranges of whiskies, with decades of distilled expertise [pun unintended] enthusiastically shared. They also organise and manage DramFest, this year 27/28th February. Order online, or visit their huge show/ tasting rooms at 834-6 Colombo St Christchurch, NZ. Mention the twice podcast when ordering/ visiting and bring a smile to their faces! @WhiskyGalore
Jarred Fell 2016 World Buskers Festival Iron Chicken NZ winner: video interview
Christchurch 4.1 magnitude earthquake via Geonet
Outer Spaces programme (CAG)
Whisky #2: Kilchoman 2008, via Whisky Galore
Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) Hobart, Tasmania, AU
Op + Pop exhibition from Waitingi weekend (CAG)
Tangle: interactive art installation (CAG)
COCA reopens Saturday 13th February 2016, 10am
SnapChat: 'best way to keep in touch with your teenage kids'
Notable upcoming Christchurch events:
Fri 5th Feb Free Theatre Ubu Night: An Ubu homage to David Bowie
Fri 11th Feb Arts Centre Friday Outdoor Cinema: 'Toy Story' and 'Boy'
Fri 2nd Mar Christchurch Pecha Kucha Night #26
Sat 12th Mar: Wildfoods Festival Hokitika, West Coast South Island New Zealand
twiCE is two weeks in creative endeavour. Discussion with innovators and creatives, and social enterprises from Christchurch, New Zealand. Fortnightly discussion about current and upcoming projects, events and happenings, then two topics accompanied by liquid refreshments. Produced and edited by David Binstead, with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.
twiCE episode #11 ©43words/ David Binstead 2016