An exhibition of work by
Maori printmakers and clay workers
2 – 25 February 2018
An exhibition of work by Maori clay workers and Maori print artists , proudly supported by Toi Maori Aotearoa and the visual arts committee of TMA - Te Atinga.
Artists will include Wi Taepa, Baye Riddell, Maria Brockhill, Tracy Darren Keith, Stevei Houkamau, Paerau Corneal, Amorangi Hikuroa, Dorothy Waetford, Vanessa Edwards, Simon Kaan, Sam Farquhar, Natalie Couch, Alexis Neal, Faith McManus.
Curated by Gabrielle Belz.
Amanda Hewlett & Cathy Carter
2 – 25 March
'The wind is writing what it knows in lines upon the water’.
What image does this statement evoke in the mind of the reader? How might it be represented visually? The ‘Blue Lies’ exhibition by Amanda Hewlett and Cathy Carter seeks to address those questions. Using a series of statements about water, Hewlett and Carter have independently created a series of works that express and offer their interpretation of what the writer had in mind.
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2 – 25 March
Jana explores the notion of ‘Being Known’ through a series of portraits. She is drawn to the tension of creating an impression of something or someone, whilst celebrating the mediums used as the ‘fabric’ of the impression – the paint, the brush and the canvas. Read more...
TSB Community Trust EMERGENCE Award for Young Taranaki Artists
29 March – 29 April 2018
Percy Thomson Gallery, Stratford, with the generous sponsorship of TSB Community Trust, is organising and mounting a Taranaki-based competition and exhibition for young emerging visual artists.
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