Join us at Te Uru on Saturday 23 February from 10.30am for a live performance event by artist Mark Harvey, alongside an Open Studio activity in our Learning Centre gallery as part of the upcoming exhibition Drop the Ball.
Saturday 23 February, 10.30am - 3pm
Blood Water Earth is a ritual, an embodied incantation, traversing sacred alignments from cosmos to womb to whenua. Weaving performance, video, and music, it channels the ancestral, elemental, and the dream, awakening pre-colonial knowledges.
Inspired by global street carnivals, morph into a spectacular exotic bird. Make a funky percussion instrument to wear around your neck with chiming bells, sequins and feathers. Then create a vibrant bird mask with dazzling plumage, complete with face painting to transform into a musical work of art.
30 March 12– 4pm
To experience top-notch classical musicianship - minus the formalities - catch NZTrio: The Americas performing live at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery on Sunday March 31st as part of the Titirangi Festival of Music.
Ashley Brown (cello) welcomes back Andrew Beer (violin) and Stephen De Pledge (piano) for a ripper of a programme with elements of New York nightlife, the wild west, jazzy blues, plus a liberal dose of spice from south o’ the border. It’s classical music, but it’s wearing boots to the party so dress casual, bring a compadre, and enjoy the ride.
Sunday 31 March, 5pm
LungSong is a dance experience that invites you up to the Lopdell House rooftop for a special open-air performance by Choreographer Carol Brown and Sound Artist Russell Scoones.
Saturday 13 April, 5.00-5.30pm, 6.00-6.30pm
Join us at Te Uru on Saturday 27th April at 2pm for gallery talks on our current exhibitions Emma Fitts: In The Rough Parts I, II & III and Sorawait Songsataya: Jupiter. Both exhibitions represent the culmination of Emma and Sorawit’s respective artist residencies at McCahon House. As part of their residencies, Emma and Sorwait commissioned written responses from Thomasin Sleigh and Bridgit Riggir respectively. For these talks, the artists will speak in conversation with their respective conversation partners to discuss their work currently on display and their approaches to a post-residency exhibition.
Saturday 27 April, 2pm
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