On the first Wednesday of every month, gallery staff give a free exhibition tour for older enthusiasts who enjoy a chat about art. This month Jodi Meadows discusses the Lonnie Hutchinson and Reuben Paterson's exhibition Relative Reciprocity, which explores the recurring aesthetic, political and spiritual use of light and darkness.
Max Harris’ recently published book The New Zealand Project argues that our national politics is dominated by pragmatism to the detriment of core values. Harris instead calls for a strategic intervention to centralise values across New Zealand politics, activism and discourse...
As part of the official opening of Looking, Seeing, Thinking, join Christine Hellyar for a fascinating discussion of the ideas behind her latest exhibition, followed by light refreshments.
Especially for the Going West Books and Writers Festival, Te Uru's Learning Centre will become a thriving showcase of handmade books and limited-edition publications, zines and more. With an emphasis on supporting the ingenuity of independent productions and artist books, the annual Indie Book Fair will show the diversity of small-scale productions and the ongoing creativity and exuberance of the people behind these creations.
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