Everyday Lines presents the work of 16 artists who interrogate objects and activities of daily life. The result is artwork that encourages us to look closer and consider what the relationship is between the artist and the everyday.
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
Wednesday 9 August, 5.30pm Join Edith Amituanai and students from Kimi Ora Community School as they share their experiences from the #keeponkimiora residency and the development of their exhibition. Free, no booking required.
Thursday 2 November 2017, 6.30-7.30pm | We invite you and your whānau to celebrate the opening of #keeponkimiora at Flaxmere Community Centre, 30 Swansea Road, Flaxmere with us. #keeponkimiora was exhibited at the art gallery June-September this year and presents artworks created during the residency of artist Edith Amituanai at Kimi Ora Community School.
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.