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ARTCHAT September 2017
Wednesday 13th September, 2017 (6 - 8 pm) ARTCHAT (2nd Wednesday of the ...

 
Upcoming exhibition previews June 2017

Upcoming exhibition previews June 2017

The Wallace Gallery in Morrinsville is proud to present our latest suite of shows. Opening Previews: Saturday 10th June 11 am - 1 pm

Nibbles and refreshments provided, all welcome.

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
Main Gallery
1st June - 29th June 2017
Curated by Eliza Webster

An exhibition of artworks from graduates of the Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) in Hamilton.
Featuring works by: Te Marunui Hotene, Heather Bramwell, Eliza Webster, Annelise Kearvell, Abigail Jensen, Joseph Scott, Cara Fotofili, Logan Dinning, Chenoa Dawn, Ash Muir, Phillip McIllhagga and Chris Davis.

CONSIDERING THE HUMAN CONDITION
Wallace Arts Trust Collection Gallery
10th June - 6th August 2017
Curated by Justin Jade Morgan & Peter Dornauf

Our journey through life presents many questions and challenges as we try to find our place within it and seek answers of some kind along the way.
Featuring works by: Paul Judd, Alan Ibell, Jeffrey Harris, Richard Lewer, John Reynolds, Roger Staples, Dick Frizzell, Kushana Bush, Andrea Du Chatnier, Nigel Brown, Phillippa Blair, Martin Whitworth, Denys Watkins, Milan Mrkusich, Richard McWhannell, Seraphine Pick and Maria Olsen.

Confronting The Human Condition is an exhibition in association with the James Wallace Arts Trust Collection.

IN YOUR FACE
Flexi Space/Wallace Digital
1st June - 25th June 2017
New works by artist, Drew Hill.
"I'm really interested in the body, and what we're doing to our bodies in this age of mass production and fast food... Corporations are killing generations with fast food... I have used the wrappers of these corporations as my canvas." - Drew Hill.

VERNACULAR
Community Gallery
1st June - 29th June 2017
New works by Hamilton artist, Wintec tutor, and co-director of Skinroom, Geoffrey Clarke.
Vernacular is a show of large, bold, geometric, digital print works on synthetic canvas.

We hope to see you this Saturday to celebrate the arts with us.

Wallace Gallery Morrinsville
167 Thames Street,
Morrinsville, 3300

07 889 7791
www.morrinsvillegallery.org.nz

(Image credit: Te Marunui Hotene, Super Saiyan Taniwha,2017)

Date Added: Wednesday, 7th June 2017


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