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Art Do 19: Everything you need to know

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Prepare yourself for a weekend of immersive art experiences, fuelled by visionary foodies and decadent drinks.  This year we’re collaborating with some of the biggest names in New Zealand art to bring you two spectacular celebrations – all in the name of supporting creativity in Ōtautahi.

Without further aDO, here’s your Art Do weekend.

Art Do Party
Saturday 27 July, 7pm – late
Tickets $250

DO Food

The dynamic duo of Tom Hishon and White Tie are back, bringing with them the most beautiful ingredients from their Canterbury pantry. There’ll be substantial eats that will roam the room till late, and you'll also feast at an abundant banquet table designed by artist Cheryl Lucas. Top that off with the sweet sweet magic of local caker extraordinaire Cakes By Anna, and you've got yourself a party.

DO Drinks

Sip on espresso martinis mixed by Supreme Coffee and Broken Shed Vodka, then party on with a selection of craft beer from Three Boys Brewery. Greystone Wines will be pouring their award-winning drops – so why not seek refuge from the festivities in their luxury Pinot Noir lounge. Six Barrel Soda Co. will be on hand to keep you refreshed, and you’ll find the best tipple in town at the Whisky Galore lounge. Glorious.

DO Dining

Pull up a pew at the Sara Hughes communal dining space located in the middle of the Bayleys Knight Frank Foyer. Dine on some of Canterbury’s best produce under the glinting magic of a unifying childhood memory – the humble hula hoop.

DO Check your Shoes

We told you we’d do it and we’re 100% serious. Artists Emma Fitts and Tessa Peach have created the coat and shoe check of our dreams. Start the night in your fancy shoes, then bring your sneakers for later. You do you.

DO Augmented Reality Photobooth

Artist Sean Kerr has created an augmented reality photobooth that must be seen to be believed. We can’t explain it – just say cheese.

DO Music

Get ready to groove, because your favourite artists are taking over the DJ decks. Expect to hear beats curated by Saskia Leek & Violet Faigan, Imogen Taylor & Ayeisha Green, Rachel Ashby, Tony de Lautour & Holly Best and Jon Bywater. Then stay tuned for the musical genius of international sensation Samuel Holloway.

DO Support

Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū is on a mission to commission new projects by Aotearoa’s brightest artists. In doing so we can directly invest in the growth of the arts in Ōtautahi.

Art Do is your moment to support the Gallery’s ambition to become the incubator of great projects. The funds raised from Art Do go towards supporting the new artist project series, and helping to make Christchurch somewhere rad to live – we'll announce the projects you're supporting on the night, so you'll be the first to know what's coming!

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Art Do Dinner
Saturday 27 July, 7pm – late
Tickets $400 – strictly limited

DO Dinner

Prepare for five bespoke courses designed by award-winning chef Tom Hishon of Orphans Kitchen fame, in collaboration with local foodies White Tie. This beautifully curated menu will reflect the ambitious creativity of our Ōtautahi art landscape, brought to life with innovative vision.

DO Drinks

Your food experience will be matched by the best local drops, with a select range of Greystone Wines and Three Boys Beer. There will also be a choice of craft non-alcoholic beverages brought to you by the inventive talents of the Six Barrel Soda Co.

DO Dance and Nightcaps

We don’t do things by halves and neither should you. After dinner you can join New Zealand’s biggest art party downstairs and end the evening with Canterbury’s finest cheeses, more great art collaborations and a nightcap in the Whisky Galore lounge.

DO Art Wine

New Zealand art legends Gretchen Albrecht and Shane Cotton have collaborated with Greystone Wines to produce forty-eight magnums of their award-winning 2017 Pinot Noir. Each bottle comes in a handmade box so you can choose to save it, or swill it.

These limited edition bottles will be available first at Art Do Dinner, so make sure you're there to secure your very own piece of New Zealand art.  

 

 

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