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Summer Programme

When:

Fri 24 Feb 2017, 10:00am–4:00pm
Sat 25 Feb 2017, 10:00am–4:00pm
Sun 26 Feb 2017, 10:00am–4:00pm
Mon 27 Feb 2017, 10:00am–4:00pm
Tue 28 Feb 2017, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Kings Theatre Creative, 80 Gillies St, Kawakawa, Bay of Islands

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Website:

Our Summer Programme of Exhibitions and Events December 2016, January and February 2017:

All Summer:
Whakatupu Ake - Art Incubator exhibition
We reveal 30 artists who participated in our Art Incubator, a series of winter workshops evolving and developing unique works that reflect each artist and Te Tai Tokerau/Northland, for a summer 2016/17 range.

23 December - 22 January (Foyer Gallery):
Featured Artist - Maud Cook-Davies - The Force of Nature 
Experienced, multi-disciplinary artist Maud Cook-Davies (Ngati Hine) brings a beautiful range of new works including, print, paint and uku to our foyer gallery. Maud’s background in textiles, print and paper making is a real taonga (treasure) for Ngati Hine, Ngapuhi, Toi Whakataa Maori Print collective and our community.

23 December - 22 January (Theatre Gallery):
He Kete Aronui - Summer Showcase
Te Tai Tokerau/Northland artists summer showcase in our theatre gallery, including Incubator works and a selection of artist works from North Auckland to Te Reinga Wairua.

27 January - 12 March (Foyer Gallery):
Featured Artist - Simon Te Wheoro - Hononga Wairua
Raglan based artist, formally trained at Toihoukura, Maori contemporary art school in Gisborne. Simon whakapapa’s to the Far North through his grandparents at Pawarenga and is bringing a diverse and connected show north across a range of mediums including; painting, carving, ink and Taa moko.

27 January - 12 March (Theatre Gallery):
Hiko-O-Te-Rangi – The Light that Guides
As an artist, an individual, a community or iwi, the light that guides us, inspires us and moves us to
believe and work towards a better future for Aotearoa. Waitangi celebration exhibition exploring our past and future.

27 January - 12 March (Foyer Gallery):
Featured Artist - Simon Te Wheoro - Hononga Wairua
Raglan based artist, formally trained at Toihoukura, Maori contemporary art school in Gisborne. Simon whakapapa’s to the Far North through his grandparents at Pawarenga and is bringing a diverse and connected show north across a range of mediums including; painting, carving, ink and Taa moko.

With thanks to our Sponsors Far North Creative Communities, The Dalton Trust, TPK and our Volunteers.