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Maggie Covell: Artist Talk

When:

Sat 2 Dec 2017, 5:30pm–7:30pm

Where: Princes Gate Hotel, 1057 Arawa St, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: maggier74

On Saturday 2/12 Rotorua based visual artist Maggie Covell will be discussing her latest project an illustrated book, The Fierce little Handbook of Women A-Z. A book which celebrates the trailblazers, innovators, rebels and the creative visionaries. A book designed to offer an alternative set of idols and to embrace creative difference. She will also discuss this project in relation to her practice and how the project will benefit and empower the community. The book is going to be stocked through local retailer McLeods Booksellers but will also be available to purchase on the night. So please join us for a great evening with live music performances by The Something Quartet and Paul Cathro.

Numbers are limited so please RSVP to - maggie.covell.art@gmail.com or register on eventfinda
to reserve your spot!

Proudly sponsored by, Creative Communities Scheme, Volcanic Hills Winery, Lion breweries, Advocate Printing and Liberty Growers.

5:30pm live music performance by Paul Cathro
6pm Maggie Covell : Artist Talk
630pm live music performance by The Something Quartet.
There will also be a section of beverages and nibbles courtesy of our amazing sponsors.
For further information please contact: maggie.covell.art@gmail.com

Maggie Covell is a graduate from the University of Otago with a BA in Art History and Theory and English Literature and a Hons degree in Art History and Theory. In 2013, Covell cofounded the arts trust Glorybox (Dunedin Based) which became synonymous with live music and art as pop-up events. Covell has also been involved with the Dunedin Fringe festival, DSA (Dunedin Street Art), Artery and was student curator for OUSA/University of Otago Art Week. For more information visit the above websites.

Paul Cathro is a musician and songwriter from Dunedin, NZ.
As frontman and lead songwriter for Alizarin Lizard, Paul has blazed a trail all over the country on mammoth tours and released two albums of unique psychedelic pop songs.
He also plays in intellectual indie favourites Ha the Unclear & co-founded the sleazy pop rock band, Fat Children.

The Something Quartet are an alt-pop orchestra, who switch fluidly between crunchy rock riffs and swells of delicate melody with an experimental edge. Members have included: Theo Francis, Benjamin Sargeant, Paul Cathro, Chris Miller, Samdrub Dawa and Amanda Konijn.

Located in the Monarch Room of Princess Gate Hotel.

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