Every Sunday at 1pm through April and May, Te Uru will be presenting a special screening of the award-winning film Pacific 3-2-1-Zero (1994), as part of the survey exhibition From Scratch: 546 Moons. This will be followed by weekly artist conversations and instrument demonstrations by members of the From Scratch group at 2pm.
On the first Wednesday of every month, gallery staff give a free exhibition tour for older folk and friends who enjoy a casual chat about art.
As part of the exhibition From Scratch: 546 Moons, presented by the Auckland Arts Festival and Te Uru, we are pleased to announce another sonicsfromscratch live event featuring the Don McGlashan/Phil Dadson duo plus special guest performers Adrian Croucher, Darryn Harkness and Chris O'Connor.
2019 marks 100 years since the founding of the Bauhaus in Weimar in 1919. Its diaspora have had a huge impact internationally including on the visual arts and architecture in Aotearoa. This talk will contextualise the work of Vita Cochran, Imogen Taylor and Isobel Thom as artists and designers whose works reference the Bauhaus and turn modernism into a style.
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