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Labyrinth Workshop - Hutt Winter Festival


Thu 12 Jul 2018, 1:30pm–4:30pm

Where: Walter Nash Centre, 22 Taine Street, Taita, Lower Hutt, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Registration Types:

  • Workshop Admission: Free
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Listed by: HuttWinterFestival

At the labyrinth workshops you will be guided by Tape Art NZ artists, Erica and Struan, to create patterned pieces for a labyrinth from tape stencil and paint. These will be gathered together to make the large, walkable labyrinth that will be part of the Hutt Winter Festival on 16 - 18 August. The labyrinth will be available after the festival for Hutt communities to use for their own special events.

This workshop is suitable for ages 12 years and over
Limit of numbers: 6-8

About the artists:

“A professional creative hit squad armed with an irreverent approach to materials, great people skills and lots of know-how.”

Tape Art NZ are a Hutt based international public art team, who specialise in developing ephemeral art as part of festivals and exhibitions and public events. They have a flair for envisaging 'what could be' in the rich canvas of surfaces that a city provides to the imaginative, and a wealth of experience making and facilitating art from years of experience. Tape Art projects are characteristically novel and quirky in concept and the use and re-use of unexpected materials. The richness of Tape Art’s process is very much in the way they have been able to make art accessible, personal and memorable as they infuse others with their brand of intelligently made but non-elitist ephemera.

This workshop is running at another location:
- Wednesday 11 July @ Wainuiomata Hub