Opening Friday 25 March – New works by Chris Van Doren, Sheyne Tuffery & Tracy Keith. Kura Gallery 19 Allen Street, Courtenay Quarter, Wellington.
Archive for March, 2011
Help artist, Niki Hastings-McFall to ‘Polynise’ the Artstation entrance-way by making and installing lei together. Visit Niki’s luminous exhibition Danse that addresses faith, life and death, love and loss. This exhibition is proudly supported by Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust.
Saturday, 12 March, 6:00pm- midnight, 1 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby
Performance highlights include Maori and Pacific poets: Emerging verse Established at Okai Gallery, and Singer Songwriters at New Art Gallery. Young people interested in attending any of the FREE workshops should email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Fale Pasifika, Centre for Pacific Studies, Auckland University
Date: Wednesday 9 March
Time: 1:00pm – 6:30pm
The opening of multimedia artist Niki Hastings-McFall’s DANSE was a very successful and illuminating event. It was proudly supported by Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust, Phyllis and Fleur Caterers and Coopers Brewery
The solo exhibition addresses themes of faith, resurrection, redemption, reincarnation, life, death, love and loss with her use of pre-loved and out of date materials.
It is a corpus of work that displays as much the conceptual paradigms that Hastings-McFall investigates as well as demonstrates the skill and aesthetic decision making involved in her practice which makes her one of New Zealands leading Contemporary Pacific Artist.
The show is at Artstation and runs from March 2- 19, 2011. There is an accompanying catalogue which includes an interview of Hastings McFall and an essay by Dr Caroline Vercoe.
Also join Niki for an evening of art, from 6pm to midnight on Saturday, 12 March as part of the Auckland Arts Festival 2011 White Night events across Auckland’s museums and galleries.
Please contact the Artstation for more details ph: +64(09)376-3221