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Podcast: Nuku: Symbols of Mana

Author: Sasha Greig, Front of House Team Leader

This episode is a follow-up interview with Bridget Reweti, 2014 Blumhardt Foundation/Creative New Zealand Curatorial Intern. We caught up with Bridget to see how she feels now that her show is up.

 

ARETA WILKINSON (NGĀI TAHU), THE HERBAL MIXTURE, 2000. COLLECTION OF THE DOWSE ART MUSEUM, PURCHASED 2001

ARETA WILKINSON (NGĀI TAHU), THE HERBAL MIXTURE, 2000. COLLECTION OF THE DOWSE ART MUSEUM, PURCHASED 2001

Last week we featured an interview that we did with Bridget late last year, in which we talked to her about the internship process and what it was like to be learning about exhibition development and curating in an environment like The Dowse. This week we sat down with Bridget again, this time to discuss her exhibition Nuku: Symbols of Manaand how she feels about the whole internship process now that she is at the end of it.

Bridget ran us through the meaning and inspiration behind her exhibition, and how each of the works fit together to create a cohesive show that explores the idea of Mana. 

 

To learn more about Nuku: Symbols of Mana, click here.

To listen to last weeks podcast, featuring Bridget, click here.

To learn more about the Blumhardt Foundation/Creative New Zealand Curatorial Internship, click here.

 

To listen to the podcast, click here:

Music
My Baby Just Cares For Me – Nina Simone

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