Charlotte Giblin Utopia found exhibition Stuff interview
Utopia found exhibition July 2021

Interview with the Taranaki Daily News that was also put online with the international Stuff site.

Click on this link to read the full article

Utopia found
studio walk-through

For those who can't get to my studio in New Plymouth, here is a walk-through of my Utopia found collection - which was open to the public July 1st - 4th  2021. Quite a few of the paintings sold during the exhibition, but the whole series can be viewed in the Gallery under the 'Natural World' tab.

Podcasts

BiograView - a Global Perspective - monthly radio show

Ingrid van Amsterdam and Charlotte Giblin at Access Radio Taranaki
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Welcome to A Global Perspective with BiograView on Access Radio Taranaki, every 3rd or 4th Saturday of the month from 5 - 5:30pm. Listen back to previous episodes on Access Radio Taranaki 104.4FM and visit BiograView to subscribe to the monthly magazine or to find about stockists.

Ingrid van Amsterdam chats with Charlotte Giblin in the studio about our upcoming stories and more, in our multicultural magazine BiograView - Perspectives from around the Globe

Interview/discussion - Utopia found exhibition - July 2021

Charlotte Giblin at Access Radio Taranaki July 2021
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60 minute interview program on the Frankly Friday show at Access Radio Taranaki in July 2021, talking about my solo exhibition Utopia found in New Plymouth: finding the courage to change, using art as a means of communicating ideas that are hard to verbalise, celebrating what we have right here, how teaching art changed my own ability to see, reaching out through paintings and illustrations to say clearly "you are not alone"... these topics - and many more - are discussed over the course of the interview.

Click on Access Radio logo - or here - to listen to Charlotte's interview with Anne Dawson

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May 2019 - interview with Nic Roderick from The Little Village Movement 

The Little Village Movement 

30 minute interview with Charlotte in May 2019 (including 3 musical selections!), talking about her different painting styles, the courage needed to develop and change as an artist and the program of drawing classes she runs in New Plymouth which is helping many people to gain additional confidence through learning a new creative skill - and change the way they see.

Click on Access Radio logo - or here - to listen to Charlotte's interview with Nic Roderick

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CHARLOTTE GIBLIN - THE MARRIAGE OF ART AND BUSINESS.
 
HOW THEY CAN CO-EXIST TO CHALLENGE THE REGIMENTED LINEAR FORMAT OF GLOBAL BUSINESS PRACTICE.

Charlotte Giblin. Artist, Raconteur

Chatting to a creative who also uses her business brain to earn a living seems kind of out of sync.

Even more incredibly, our artist guest today approaches her creative output in a way that would ring more bells with a psychologist, business coach or mathematician than a highly EQ’d painter.

And perhaps that’s why Charlotte Giblin really is one out the box.

Eloquent, realistic, slightly left field but certainly no bohemian … we talk about Charlotte’s efforts to combine creative drive with financial nouse – and how giving in (but not up) can open the right doors to success.

You’ll need to take some time to listen to our chat because Charlotte’s a wonderful raconteur. She knows how to use words to back up her images; sees words as shields, olive branches,  weapons,  solutions, and looks at art as a vital method of social communication.

Public Speaking
Public Speaking - and other presentations

 

There are video recordings of a number of my public presentations about my art, creativity and the inspiring story of my personal transformation through art - which are available upon request - although there is no substitute for hearing the content/seeing the performance live!

If you are interested in learning more about my public speaking please email me here.

C Giblin_Talk at The Collaboration Sept
So it's not just me then?

 

This 65 minute talk was filmed from the speaker's podium and is available to watch in full - in 2 halves - please email me if you are interested in the content. This presentation was similar to the talk  I gave at the National Portrait Gallery in Wellington in May of the same year. 

My public speaking style is engaging, honest and heartfelt. I tell the story of personal transformation - illustrated through my own art - and of finding the courage to change.