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Your last chance to purchase art from the amazing ‘Where Shall We Call Home’ exhibition, on until Thursday at the Depot Artspace.
All funds go to NZ Red Cross Pathways to Settlement Programme and Auckland Refugee Family Trust (ARFT) to help refugee resettlement in NZ.
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We were incredibly honoured to have hosted, along with The Michael King Writers Centre & Penguin Random House, this phenomenal conversation with Michael Krzanich, Witi Ihimaera, Haare Williams and guests.
This conversation was in conjunction with Michael Krzanich’s exhibition Someone’s Mana. A photo book of the same name was also published, with an introduction by Witi Ihimaera and Haare Williams, and poetry by Haare Williams. The Someone’s Mana publication is available to purchase from the Depot Artspace for $85.
Here is a short video of Haare Williams describing mana.
What a busy, fantastic opening we had on Saturday 17 June! A big thank you to everyone involved with the Where Shall We Call Home? exhibition. Here is a short video of journalist Cameron Bennett who opened the proceedings.
Mayor Phil Goff joined us on Saturday 10 June, to hear from the activists who made Aotearoa New Zealand Nuclear-Free. Many thanks to WILPF for organising and to all the amazing speakers. Watch the video below of a speech he gave.
Mayor Phil Goff joined us on Saturday to hear from the activists who made Aotearoa New Zealand Nuclear Free. Many thanks to WILPF for organising and to all the amazing speakers.
Posted by The Depot Artspace on Sunday, 11 June 2017
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An article on our latest exhibition on Celebrating Devonport’s History of Peace Activism has featured in the North Shore Times.
The exhibition comprises iconic images of the anti-nuclear protest activities of the 1980s by two of our most significant photographers, Gil Hanly and John Miller, whose photographic documentation of major social movements and public events since the 1970s established them as pre-eminent recorders of New Zealand’s recent history.
Have a read of the article HERE.
There are a number of associated events with this exhibition, please see their exhibition listing for more info.
The galleries were abuzz with three openings this past Saturday 27 May: Bob Nelson’s Light Industry, Celebrating Devonport’s History of Peace Activism: The Photographic Work of Gil Hanly and John Miller, and John McCallum’s Hokianga.
Many thanks to all the artists and WILPF (Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom).
John Miller and Gil Hanly
Bob Nelson and guests
Mayor of Invercargill Tim Shadbolt, and Chris McBride
Laurie Ross and Andie Pryce
A guest and Denys Trussell
Andie Pryce, Linda Blincko and Chris Morton
An article on our upcoming exhibition Bob Nelson: Light Industry has featured in the North Shore Times.
Nelson investigates the geometric and colour permutations evident in the New Zealand industrial landscape. This accidental abstraction of the traditional landscape has fascinated Nelson and has been fuelled by his conviction that the everyday and commonplace is not without beauty and wonder stating, “it all depends on how you look at things”.
Have a read of the article HERE.
Join us for the opening of Light Industry this Saturday 27 May, 2 – 3:30pm. This exhibition is part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.