August 28th, 2015
reflex, figment Exhibition
Shannon Te Ao, Richard Bell, Stu Foster + Kura Puke, Karl Fritsch + Gavin Hipkins, Jeremy Millar, Dane Mitchell, Sally J. Morgan, Morgan + Richards, Anne Noble
2 – 18 September 2015
Opening Tuesday 1 September 2015, 7.30 pm
East End Block 1,
63 Wallace Street, Entrance C
Curated by Heather Galbraith, in conjunction with the Triggering Memory symposium, 1–2 September 2015, a partnership between Massey University, Syracuse University and The Memory Waka.
Reflex, figment is supported by Whiti or Rehua School of Art, College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwharangi, Massey University.
A Massey University-Syracuse University-Memory Waka partnership presents the Triggering Memory Symposium to be held:
1-2 September 2015
The Pit, Te Ara Hihiko
College of Creative Arts
Wellington, New Zealand.
Registration now available.
Triggering Memory Symposium 2015
What initiates the willed or involuntary process of recall when memories might be, as A. S. Byatt describes, “taken out, burnished, and contemplated”? Sensory experiences, places, objects, images, language, rituals, and therapy are some of the means by which memory is evoked. Distinguished speakers from a variety of fields in New Zealand representing Massey University, The University of Auckland, Te Papa, and AUT, will be joined by artists and scholars from Syracuse University, United States, to present their perspectives on ‘triggering memory’.
March 12th, 2013
ROSEBANK is a unique project demonstrating the power of art to build and bind a community. Invited artists collaborate with the people, schools and businesses of one of Auckland’s oldest communities, Avondale’s Rosebank Rd, to share the stories interconnecting this distinctive place.
ROSEBANK – ARTIFACTS OF PLACE Exhibition
An exhibition of maps, texts, artifacts, photographs and moving images from the artwalk on Rosebank Peninsula.
*Preview: 5.00pm Saturday March 16th
Duration: Monday 18 March – Friday 29 March
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am to 4pm
Snowhite Gallery, Unitec, Building 1, Gate 1, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert
Artists: Kerryn McMurdo, Darryl Torckler, Brit Bunkley, Nina Patel, Rohan Bush, Kathy Waghorn, Lonnie Hutchinson, The Everyday Collective (Paul Woodruffe, Faye Norman, Ilse Marie Erl, Raewyn Graham), The Roots (Waikare Komene/Martin Leung-wai), Dr Craig Hilton, William Hsu/Nick Spratt, Matthew Bradbury/Grace Warne, John Pusateri, F4 Collective (Susan Jowsey and Marcus Williams with William Bardebes), Dr Julieanna Preston, Fiona Jack/Salome Tanuvasa, Janet Lilo, Haru Sameshima, Rachael Allan, David Austin and Pedro Ilgenfritz.
For full details view the Rosebank exhibition pdf
* Preview is part of the Auckland Arts Festival’s White Night programme
ROSEBANK – Artwalk
A free weekend of site-specific art events & installations along Rosebank Rd, Avondale.
For full details view the Rosebank Artwalk pdf
ROSEBANK – CULTURAL CAPITAL AS AGENCY Symposium
This symposium explores the relationship between place, culture and social/economic development, including relevant narratives from the Rosebank Peninsula.
Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae,
Gate 3, Unitec, Carrington Rd
For full details view the Rosebank Symposium pdf
Please note the RSVP date for symposium attendance has now passed.
February 22nd, 2013
16 – 24 March 2013
Rosebank is a unique project demonstrating the power of art to build and bind a community. Over 18 artists collaborate with the people and businesses of one of Auckland’s oldest communities, Avondale’s Rosebank Road, to share the stories interconnecting this distinctive place. Culminating with a weekend art walk and community events on Rosebank Road, Rosebank invites you to experience this neighbourhood through new eyes.
Programme of events and map are available here
Curator: Marcus Williams
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE
Rosebank: cultural capital as agency – a free public symposium
WHEN Sat 16 Mar 9.30am to 5pm
WHERE Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae, Unitec
Rosebank: artifacts of place – an exhibition
WHEN Mon 18 Mar – Mon 29 Mar
WHERE Snowhite Gallery
Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm
Rosebank Art Walk
WHEN Sat 23 Mar – Sun 24 Mar
10am to 5pm
WHERE Rosebank Road