Wednesday 23 January 2019, | 10.30am – 12.30pm Looking for something fun to do these school holidays? Book in for one of our fun and creative workshops for kids based on the Water Project exhibition. Kids will learn about the eel's life cycle and challenges, and create an illustration inspired by Greg O'Brien and Bing Dawe’s artworks in the exhibition. For 6 – 12 year olds, $10 per person, Booking required
Years 1 - 13 | Visual Arts, English and Social Sciences | This collaborative installation by Billie Culy and Henry Lyons uses photography, found objects and audio to connect viewers with portraits of Hawke’s Bay people. Personal objects sit alongside photographs, accompanied by recorded interviews from each participant who we never see in person | 18 Feb - 10 May
Years 9 - 13 | Visual Arts | An important NZ artist, Nigro is best known for her colourful celebration of the nude human figure, through which, perhaps unwittingly, she became a commentator throughout a period of immense social change in New Zealand | 8 April- 19 July
Thursday 4 April | 4pm to 5pm. Join us for an exclusive opportunity for Hawke's Bay teachers to preview Kauri Hawkins: Red vs Blue exhibition in the Holt gallery and Jan Nigro: Out of the Bedroom into the Lounge exhibition in the Main gallery, and find out about the gallery's free art education programmes.