Join Ciaran Begley as he discusses the development of his installations of sculptural and functional forms, which invite playful public participation while offering sidelong visions of the forces at play in our world.
Begley’s work will be on show at the Ilam Campus Gallery from 3 to 31 May.
Do You See?
With the death of Julie King late in 2018, art and art history in Aotearoa New Zealand lost one of its great champions and major scholars. Julie was born in Yorkshire and grew up and was educated in Alnwick, Northumberland; she moved to Christchurch in 1975 to take up a role lecturing in the newly formed art history department at the University of Canterbury. She retired three decades later, having pioneered the teaching of New Zealand art in Canterbury.
XCHC is a post-quake initiative that provides an affordable space for artists to experiment, test and showcase ideas, and work alongside like-minded practitioners.
This event has been postponed following the recent tragedy in Christchurch.
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The London Club
In September 2017, Gallery director Jenny Harper, curator Felicity Milburn and Jo Blair, of the Gallery Foundation’s contracted development services, Brown Bread, went to London, taking a group of supporters who received a very special tour of the city’s art highlights. While there, they further developed the Foundation’s new London Club. Recently they sat down together in Jenny’s office…