Into The Void: Paralysed
Into the Void performing Paralysed at Christchurch Art Gallery on Friday 4 May 2018. The gig formed part of the Gallery’s fifteenth birthday celebrations, and also opened Us V Them: Tony de Lautour.
Into the Void are Jason Greig, Paul Sutherland, Mark Whyte, Dave Imlay and Ronnie van Hout.
Video produced by Belmont Productions.
Related reading: musical performance, Gigs at the Gallery
16 September 2018
Welcome to the low brow, high art world of Tony de Lautour’s paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
Put winter in the rear-view mirror and celebrate our brand new Flying Nun exhibition. Featuring some of Aotearoa's best musical acts! Immerse yourself in art and music at one hell of a party.
Unruly art and design from the early years of New Zealand’s maverick record label.
We are looking for a small group of passionate taste-makers to join our ReMix Committee. Come and ensure YOUR voice is represented at Christchurch Art Gallery by working with our team to plan an event (and other activities) that is all about, and for, young people. We don’t want to tell you what you might like, we want you to tell us! You pick the theme, you pick the bands, you pick the performers, you pick the film, you pick the speakers.
Fifteen is our birthday party (guess how old we are…) and it’s less than two weeks away! It’s also the opening event for Tony de Lautour’s US V THEM, which is our big winter exhibition. We asked curator Peter Vangioni and visitor programmes coordinator Amy Marr what they’re most excited about in the incredible line-up for this grand birthday bash.
Now’s your chance to help create a cool event for you and your friends!
The Mix is Christchurch’s Art Gallery bi-monthly late-night event – an interactive mix of art, music, film and good people. We want to run a Mix designed, curated and for under 18s – ReMix.
In early March we were lucky enough to have the incredibly talented Grayson Gilmour performing at the Gallery, supported by the equally talented Purple Pilgrims and New Dawn. I love these gigs, but there is a lot of work to be done behind the scenes to make sure that, by the time the public walk in the door, the foyer is gig ready. The process normally feels like a long, slow marathon with a sprint at the final corner. So here’s a guide to how you too can get the NZI Foyer gig-ready in five (or six) easy steps.