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The Big Art Trip - Series Two, Episode Six Television (Full Length Episode) – 2002 Documentary Arts/Culture

The Big Art Trip - Series Two, Episode Six

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2002 Documentary Arts/Culture

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This second season Big Art Trip episode opens in Wairarapa with hosts Fiona McDonald and Douglas Lloyd-Jenkins marvelling at sculptor Harry Watson’s carved statuettes. In Masterton they visit the Aratoi Museum and drop in on painter Robin White, who discusses her paintings, talks about the years she spent in Kiribati, and about the World War II POW camp in Featherston. In Wellington they catch up with first series' co-host, screenwriter Nick Ward, visit toast mosaic artist Maurice Bennett, watch Katherine Smyth throw a pot, and meet composer John Psathas.

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Jill Graham

Director

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David Reid

Director

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Janice Finn

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Everything starts with a nice square block.
– Harry Watson on wood carving