A fantastic turnout on Saturday 5 November to the opening of three outstanding exhibitions: Priscilla Evans, Priscilla Lowry and Ailie Snow: Written in Thread; The Depot Summer Showcase; and Waitakere Printers Ink and Studio Printmakers: Unfold. Many thanks to the artists and everyone who joined us on the day!
Our friends at Jam Space are building an online community where you can find musicians, music industry services, buy and sell gear, and much more! In the first episode of Jam Space TV they feature a tour of Depot Sound and interview with studio manager Dave Rhodes.
Check out their brand new website here: https://www.jamspace.co.nz/
Track: ‘Not Sorry’ by LAKES
Magnificent turnout to our exhibition openings as part of Artweek Auckland on Saturday 15 October, featuring NiaVal and G. Lazaro’s This Woman’s Work Is A Woman’s Worth, Amelia Harris’ Amateur Love and Elizabeth Cottrell’s The Bold And The Beautiful! Special thanks to the artists and all who came along for a great evening.
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The latest video in Depot Sound Recording Studio‘s Seen & Heard series is now online, featuring local jazz group Leo Blue!
Leo Blue are a jazz combo from Takapuna Grammar School comprised of keys, trombone, bass and drums. They enjoy showing people how much fun a live jazz performance can be and play gigs as often as possible
Seen and Heard is a series of interviews and performances recorded live at Depot Sound. With the help of the Auckland Council Creative Communities Scheme we are continuing the series with our current batch of videos featuring young musicians from the Devonport area.
You can view the video here: http://depotsound.co.nz/seen-and-heard/
See below for a newly updated Arts & Culture Walking Map for Sculpture OnShore 2016 – a picturesque one-hour stroll! Open the image in a new tab to make larger / zoom in.
We are inviting submissions of work for The Depot Artspace SUMMER SHOWCASE taking place in Small Dog Gallery, from 5 November, Guy Fawkes Day, and running through to 11 December. As a ‘buy and takeaway’ exhibition it promises to be a pre-Christmas cracker providing both exhibitors and visitors with an ever-changing vista of exhibiting and purchasing opportunities. Once your work has sold it can be replaced by another of your pieces.
SUMMER SHOWCASE also gives a taste of what The Depot’s new initiative, The Art Room, has to offer. Opening in February 2017, The Art Room is a new retail salon-style gallery we anticipate will be a destination for visitors keen to discover and engage diverse new work. While eclectic and lively, The Art Room will be a curated space that ensures exhibited work is featured to its best advantage.
The Art Room offers artists the opportunity to exhibit from one to three works, available for immediate purchase, that will enable exhibitors to maintain a relationship with their previous purchasers, to build a relationship with new audiences, to gauge interest in a new theme they may be developing, and to have a profile and an outlet for sales apart from a full exhibition.
Anyone wishing to exhibit in the SUMMER SHOWCASE from 5 November to 11 December, is invited read the attached The Art Room Guide, fill in theSummer Showcase Application Form and email or bring in to us.
For more info please contact Robyn Gibson email@example.com
Image: Strange Flowers by Robyn Gibson.
The latest LOUD Gallery Edition is now online, covering upcoming exhibitions at the Depot from 15 October to 14 December! You can read a colour version of the latest magazine below:
Special thanks to Corban Estate Arts Centre Director Martin Sutcliffe, Depot Creative Director Linda Blincko and artist / curator Jermaine Reihana for their amazing speeches for the whakatau to kick off To and Fro, and to everyone who braved the weather for a great afternoon in Devonport.
Join us on Sunday 9 October at 1pm for a special artist discussion with Mandy Patmore about her works as part of the To and Fro group exhibition in the Main Gallery.
NZ Sculpture OnShore is back for another year at Fort Takapuna with an exciting line-up of artists and events.
The Depot’s Pocket Gallery will join in the festivities with a showcase of the diverse range of talented artists who exhibit in our curated retail gallery. Small But Perfectly Formed is the theme for Pocket Gallery from 5 – 23 November 2016. We would love to have some fresh faces on board for the show.
Don’t let the adjective fool you – ‘perfectly’ is defined only by personal opinion and we are excited to accept proposals from a wide range of makers.
If you are interested in being involved please download a Pocket Gallery proposal form from http://depotartspace.co.nz/proposals/ and send the completed form along with images of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a Devonport Arts and Culture Walking Map put together by the Depot Artspace to connect us to Sculpture OnShore see HERE.