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  • FORM

    FORM, curated by AD Schierning, is intended as a consideration of the perception of artifacts via the inherent qualities of materials and their affects. Following on from the 2014 exhibition at Franklin Arts Centre, CONSTANT PRACTICE, which focused on the importance of hands-on making practices for a diverse selection of contemporary visual artists; FORM takes objects – made from clay or paint – as subjects and looks at them in the context of intuitive production. While the artists included in the exhibition each has their own modus operandi, the works they have contributed intersect with and expand conversation regarding the pursuit of a studio-based practice, steeped in craft and materiality.



    PUBLIC PROGRAMMES

    Wednesdays 3.30 – 4.45pm
    During February and March
    Pottering Around
    After school art classes for children aged 7 to 12
    ($30 for 5 classes)

    Wednesdays 11 and 25 February
    10.30am
    Let’s CLAY together!
    Pottery workshop for adults in collaboration with Papakura Potters Club
    (FREE, please book, limited to 10 people)

    Saturday 7 March
    noon – 2pm
    Fragments
    View a temporary social sculpture by artist Jasmine Te Hira in collaboration with the students of Te Aoatea Alternative Education Trust
    (FREE, booking not required)

     

    Artist’s include Claudia Jowitt and Jasmine Te Hira

     

    24 January – 7 March


     
    Papakura Art Gallery, 10 Averill Street, Auckland






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