Talk: Francis Pound’s writing on the art of Gordon Walters

Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

Visiting Auckland University Professor, Art Historian and Author Leonard Bell will give us wonderful insight on both the art of Gordon Walters (1919-1995) and the writing of Francis Pound
(1948-2017), in particular his just-published monograph on Walters (Auckland University Press, September 2023) and the circumstances of its writing and publication.

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Kaipara: Art and Cultural Tour

Kaipara District, Hokianga Harbour and Whangarei , New Zealand

***Fully Booked***The area north of Auckland, the Kaipara District, Hokianga Harbour and Whangarei, offers much Taonga Maori and early settlement history, as well as modern art. On this tour you will see the cultural highlights of this region with visits to the Sculptureum in Matakana, the famous Kauri Museum, the Dargaville Museum, the new multi sensory experience of Manea Footprints of Kupe in Opononi, Footprints Waipoua’s Twilight Encounter as well as the amazing Hundertwasser Arts Centre in Whangarei.

Chinese Footprints: A Wellington Walking Tour of Chinese History

Poon Fah Rooms, 150 Vivian Street

Chinese Footprints, led by Lynette Shum (Oral History Advisor, Alexander Turnbull Library) and Nigel Murphy (community historian) will take attendees on a walking tour exploring the rich history of the Chinese […]

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Talk: Hundertwasser: Art, Architecture and Environment

Te Huinga Centre, Level 3, Te Papa 55 Cable Street, Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

The Hundertwasser Art Centre with Wairau Māori Art Gallery celebrates art and architecture in harmony with nature and individual creativity. The Austrian New Zealand artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser was first and […]

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Tasmania: History and Heritage Tour

***Fully Booked*** This tour includes some exclusive experiences not open to the general public and expert guides such as an historian, a geologist and an ecologist for a deeper insight into Tasmanian landscape, history and heritage. Come and join us on this amazing one-off adventure limited to 20 participants.