History Curator Katie Cooper will explore the role of food in New Zealand’s rural communities, and how meals are used to mark social boundaries and cement social bonds.
… the fabulous stained glass windows of Wilhelmina Geddes …a highlight of Irish Arts and Crafts specialist Dr Joseph McBrinn’s recent visit to Wellington.
While the history of rock music is fascinating in itself—a ‘long strange trip’ as the Grateful Dead put it—it also reveals artists’ remarkable capacity to engage with new social formations …
‘Landscape 2017’ at Page Blackie Gallery explores how leading New Zealand artists – Rita Angus, Dick Frizzell, Michael Hight, Colin McCahon, Karl Maughan, Toss Woollaston and others, respond to their surroundings.
Before Frances Hodgkins left for her first overseas trip in 1901 she painted, sketched and exhibited for some fourteen years. Art consultant Tony Mackle will discuss her formative years.
A repeat talk and tour back by popular demand – Join Art Consultant Tony Mackle for a tour and discussion of previously unseen drawings and watercolours from the Taylor family estate in the exhibition E. Mervyn Taylor: Artist Craftsman
Engage in conversation with two local artists, Escha van den Bogerd and Dianne Taylor at Alan Aldridge’s dealer gallery in Upper Cuba Street …
The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Inc will be held Tuesday 20 June 2017 at 6pm, Level 2, Te Papa.
Join Art Consultant Tony Mackle for a tour and discussion of previously unseen drawings and watercolours from the Taylor family estate in the exhibition E. Mervyn Taylor: Artist Craftsman
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