Author Archives: Hastings City Art Gallery

Photography Education Programme: See What I Can See

The programme will start with a tour of the exhibition and discussion about the photographs and photographic techniques. Students will then participate in a hands-on workshop. Available: 29 May – 11 August 2017 cost: Free. NCEA: 1.2-2.2-3.2- 1.1-2.1-3.1 Duration: 90 minutes, with flexibility to meet your timeframe. Suitable: For Year 1-13

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Sarah Hudson: Ariā

Foyer: 6 May - 11 June Ariā can be defined as the physical representation of an atua (ancestor with continuing influence). These influential characters could manifest as all types of supernatural beings, deities or guardians. This work represents the intrinsic connections between whenua (land/site) and atua.

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Lunchtime Tour

12:30pm, first Thursday of every month (6 April, 4 May) Join Gallery Toni MacKinnon for a lunch time tour of our current exhibitions. Free, no booking required

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See What I Can See: Discovering New Zealand Photography

Main Gallery: 28 May - 13 August | Co-curated by Gregory O'Brien and Sarjeant Gallery curator Greg Donson See What I Can See is a celebration of that remarkable, well-travelled, ever-changing invention – the camera – the New Zealand that it captured, and the artists who wielded it. Toured by Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui

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Makareta Tātare: Uru-te-ngangana

Alcove: 6 May - 18 June | Artist Makareta Tātare creates works based on kōwhaiwhai, using repetition of Māori patterns and symbols. Tātare portrays the origins of kōwhaiwhai by describing its arrival from Hawaiiki, the land Māori are said to have migrated from hundreds of years ago. Tātare says that “By going back to traditional art forms and bringing them into the contemporary world, we can truly see the evolution of identity”.

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