Join 2016 Parkin Drawing Prize winner Hannah Beehre for a very special life-drawing class using Francis Upritchard's sculptures as the inspiration.
Numbers strictly limited, bookings required. All materials supplied by the Gallery.
The stylised leaves in this ‘hedge’ respond to sound – voices, coughing, footsteps, music – by falling in unexpected patterns, depending on the volume and duration of the sound. Although the leaf motif suggests time and seasonal change, ultimately it always falls back into the same pattern.The result is simultaneously vacuous and profound – sitting somewhere between a screensaver and a meditation wall.
The title of the work relates to a cataloguing system the artists developed for their work. Combining a fine arts background with commercial design practice, they collaborated for more than ten years, showing in a number of galleries and festivals in New Zealand and overseas.
Hannah Beehre gained a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Canterbury in 2000, where Aaron Beehre has lectured in design since 2004. The pair also played together in acclaimed band Pine.
House of Bricks are excited to present their first workshops at the Gallery this Waitangi Day.
These fun workshops see kids using genuine LEGO®* to build something amazing inspired by their own imagination. To celebrate Waitangi day these workshops will focus on children designing their own koru patterns in three dimensions! Templates will be available for extra inspiration.
Yoga for children inspired by our family show Yellow Moon and led by local yoga instructor Kotte. Using imagination and creativity, this class is designed to bring body awareness to children, helping them release stress and still their minds.