Exhibitions on Wednesday 7 December

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Onewherowhero

Students from Kelston Intermediate explore connection to whenua and rangatiratanga through making with uku (clay), a medium with a long history of use in the Kelston area. In this collaborative exhibition, they present a collection of hand-coiled kaitiaki forms, and sculpted pūtangitangi (flute) instruments. 

1 October - 1 February  |  See event detail
Tia Ranginui: Gonville gothic
Tia Ranginui: Gonville gothic

Whanganui photographer Tia Ranginui (Ngāti Hine Oneone) puts her own spin on patupaiarehe, sometimes described as Māori fairy folk. Said to live in the mountains and forests, away from people, in Ranginui’s work they are out and about in the Whanganui suburbs of Gonville and Castlecliff. They still conjure the mist, only now it's supplied by smoke machines and vapes.

10 September - 26 February  |  See event detail
Portage 22
Portage 22

Te Uru is delighted to present the Portage Ceramic Awards 2022. This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa.

26 November - 5 March  |  See event detail
Fiona Jack & Courtney Sina Meredith: Earth posters
Fiona Jack & Courtney Sina Meredith: Earth posters

Earth posters is the first presentation of a collaboration between writer Courtney Sina Meredith and artist Fiona Jack. The result is a merging of text and clay that captures an exchange between friends, and a moment in time.

26 November - 5 March  |  See event detail

Coming up soon

Moniek Schrijer: screensaver
Moniek Schrijer: screensaver

In response to being artist-in-residence at Parehuia-McCahon House in 2021, jeweller Moniek Schrijer presents an exhibition influenced by the ecology of the McCahon House garden, local climate, lunar events, and the distinctive light at this famously forested historic residency.

10 December - 12 March  |  See event detail

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