Orakei School Art Exhibition and Sale 14-16 November 2014

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I’ll have several works exhibited at this year’s fundraiser for Orakei School including this newly framed giclee print of The Kaka is Calling (left). There is 75 prints available in this limited edition.

Tickets are available now for the gala night tonight, opening at 7:30pm (phone Jo Coutts on 027 4881456). Or, come along on Saturday 15th or Sunday 16th when the exhibition is open to viewing by the general public, times are from 9am to 5pm each day. Venue is the Orakei School Hall, Grace Street, Orakei, Auckland.

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Canvassing The Treaty (Part 6 of 6)

Here’s part 6 of 6 (the final one yay!) of the doco Canvassing The Treaty – a thought provoking art and social experiment following six New Zealand artists as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks.

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Canvassing The Treaty (Part 5 of 6)

Here’s part 5 of 6 of the doco Canvassing The Treaty – a thought provoking art and social experiment following six New Zealand artists as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks.


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Canvassing The Treaty (Part 4 of 6)

Here’s part 4 of 6 of the doco Canvassing The Treaty – a thought provoking art and social experiment following six New Zealand artists as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks.

The Artists: Mike Davison, Samapeap Tarr, Sofia Minson, Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Dagmar Dyck and Chris Bryant
The Treaty Educators: Moana Jackson and Ingrid Hughens
Ngapuhi Elder: Kingi Taurua

Canvassing The Treaty copyright Tumanako Productions
Written by artist Sofia Minson from NewZealandArtwork.com
New Zealand Maori portrait and landscape oil paintings

 

Canvassing The Treaty (Part 3 of 6)

Here’s part 3 of 6 of the doco Canvassing The Treaty – a thought provoking art and social experiment following six New Zealand artists as they gain deeper insights into the Treaty of Waitangi and create cross-cultural collaborative artworks.

The Artists: Mike Davison, Samapeap Tarr, Sofia Minson, Kura Te Waru Rewiri, Dagmar Dyck and Chris Bryant
The Treaty Educators: Moana Jackson and Ingrid Hughens
Ngapuhi Elder: Kingi Taurua

Canvassing The Treaty copyright Tumanako Productions
Written by artist Sofia Minson from NewZealandArtwork.com
New Zealand Maori portrait and landscape oil paintings