Te Uru welcomes visits from students of all levels and abilities.
Co-create a large-scale collaborative mandala in a beautiful studio that looks into the surrounding Titirangi bush. Learn about different types of surface painting techniques while you explore your own identity and culture alongside your team kaupapa. We’ll combine symbols and text inside geometric shapes to highlight with pastels and paint, then sgraffito cold wax to complete. These brightly coloured geometric artworks will become a beautiful artwork to adorn your office with. Enjoy a platter of delicious treats while you collectively create, working in a relaxed and supportive environment. Let us know if you would like us to be a part of your next teambuilding day. We are flexible and can work with you to design a perfect day out.
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We now offer creative opportunities designed for groups from early childhood centres, from a guided gallery tour to a hands-on activity that relates to the current exhibitions. We offer a range of exciting media in a safe learning environment. For further information and enquires: email@example.com
We welcome classes to visit the gallery for self guided tours but please make sure you book so you do not clash with another school booking. If you would like a guided tour of the gallery it is $2/student. At times we run specialist master classes for students through artist led programmes.
If you’re coming to Te Uru, why not visit McCahon House Museum too – the cottage is only a 5-minute drive from the gallery. Students get to view contemporary art at Te Uru followed by a tour of the McCahon cottage in French Bay.
Image: Sam Hartnett
Please contact us to book
on 817 8087
Please note: bookings are
confirmed with payment