Michael Dell, Louisa Hopcroft and Kim Ireland will discuss their Parkin Prize selected drawings with Suter curator Sarah McClintock.
In this workshop Nelson artist Rose Shepard will help participants connect the unique ecologies of Dusky Sound and Abel Tasman.
Wednesday 12th April, 11am, Suter Gallery.
Monica Turner from Asia New Zealand Foundation will be giving a talk about The Asia New Zealand Foundation and the special grants and opportunities they have available to artists and art academics.
This is a free talk, aimed at working artists, art professionals, art academics, and art school graduates. The talk is free, and will take place at the Suter Gallery. All welcome, please RSVP to email@example.com
For more information about the Asia New Zealand Foundation, please visit their website: http://www.asianz.org.nz
Footnote New Zealand Dance presents: Watch This Space
Tuesday 28th March 1.30pm-2pm
Footnote New Zealand Dance is a significant part of the dance experience for thousands of Kiwis. Over the past 30 years, Footnote has presented the fluid energy of dance as a real reflection of our New Zealand identity in the theatre, in schools and in the community.
‘Watch This Space’ is a physical response to the art works and the gallery environment, providing a different perspective on the way that art-forms connect and respond to our lives. Combining improvised movement and a short performance, ‘Watch This Space’ in The Suter Gallery will include the performance of an excerpt of ‘The Rebel Pink’, a new show that will be performed outside at Fairfield House at 7.30pm the same evening.
$5 Donation or Gold coin donation for Suter Friends: no bookings required