Join Te Uru gallery director Andrew Clifford for a tour and history of Titirangi's twin landmarks – Lopdell House and Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery.
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As part of the exhibition From the Shore, Te Uru is presenting a special Director’s Cut screening of Barry Barclay’s feature-length documentary film, The Kaipara Affair, on Saturday 13th October, 2pm.
Unique in tone and quietly powerful in its storytelling, Ngati was Barry Barclay's first dramatic feature, and the first feature to be written and directed by Maori.
Saturday 20 October, 2pm | FREE
As part of the 2018 Portage Ceramic Awards, Te Uru in partnership with Ceramics NZ is pleased to present a series of workshops and talks with LA-based ceramic artist and this year's judge Bari Ziperstein.
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. Afterwards, why not visit our Lopdell Precinct neighbours and enjoy the views from historic Lopdell House, visit The Upstairs Gallery, or grab a bite a Deco Eatery.
As part of the 2018 Portage Ceramic Awards, Te Uru is presenting a free exhibition tour with this year's judge Bari Ziperstein on Saturday 10 November, 12noon. A highlight of the Portage Ceramic Awards’ opening festivities, the judge's tour offers an overview of Ziperstein's background in ceramics, and a unique insight into her selection processes as she guides us through the exhibition.
Presented as part of Open Studios Waitakere, CLAYground offers a spoil of clay activities. View the Portage Ceramic Awards then join potters Jack Tilson and Chris Berthelsen in our Learning Centre to learn about local clay and sustainable practices. You can also take a turn making something with clay, which will be taken away and fired for you for free.
Sunday 18 November, 10am-4pm
Learning Centre Pokapu Akoranga
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