On Sunday 24 September at 1pm, artist Sarah Smuts-Kennedy will be presenting an artist talk at Te Uru about her McCahon House residency exhibition, in conversation with University of Auckland Media and Communications Professor, Laurence Simmons, and contemporary art curator Natasha Conland.
Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery Incorporated will be holding its AGM on Sunday 24 September 2017.
Luit Bieringa’s rich documentary traces changes to the post-war education system. Gordon Tovey, national supervisor of arts and crafts, and his team of artists and art specialists fostered the lively and colourful classrooms that New Zealand is familiar with today, in stark contrast to the rote-learning environments preceding them.
On the first Wednesday of every month, gallery staff give a free exhibition tour for older enthusiasts who enjoy a chat about art.
The Leading Ladies is a recount of New Zealand’s first studio potters. There were several who started in the 1920s and 1930s, all were women and they began well in advance of the mid-century pottery culture that was male dominated...
As part of her exhibition, Looking, Seeing, Thinking, join renowned artist Christine Hellyar for a botanical drawing workshop. Develop methods to enhance your drawing techniques considering line, tone, composition, space and gestural mark making.
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