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Push Play, Seed's 16th Annual Christmas Exhibition

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Part of Virtual Events

Restrictions

All Ages

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Seed Gallery

In association with KidsCan NZ and Studio One Toi Tū
30 artists, 300 artworks, $120 each

Studio One Toi Tū's event spaces are currently closed under COVID-19 Alert Level 3. Instead, we will present the exhibition online, with artworks available to purchase the world over from 10am, 27 November NZST. Auckland click and collect will be available on 29 and 30 November.

Every year since 2006, Seed has invited a large group of artists to work with a specified template, with past projects including wooden balls, bowls, boxes and stars. This year, artists will create original artworks from 300 custom cut plywood shapes. Continuing this annual tradition, this year Seed has given 30 artists 10 custom-cut plywood shapes each and the latitude to create whatever they wish. The resulting exhibition of 300 unique artworks will celebrate the imagination and ingenuity of our community of artists. Works are accessibly priced at $120 each and the event will provide a fun opportunity for new and experienced collectors alike.

$12 from each piece sold will go to Seed Gallery’s ongoing charity partner, KidsCan. Through practical means, KidsCan helps disadvantaged Kiwi kids to engage in their education and reach their full potential.

Featuring Rick Allender, Stafford Allpress, Alice Alva, Kate Banazi, Helen Bankers, Tracey Black, Susan Christie, Lissy Cole, Tabatha Forbes, Alex Fulton, Nuala Gregory, Belinda Griffiths, Sophie Holt, Evie Kemp, Wei Lun Ha, Martin Awa Clarke Langdon, Numangatini Fraser Mackenzie, Maria Francesca Melis, Naomi Nakama, Ainsley O'Connell, Colleen Pugh, Mark Rayner, Peter Rive, Kylie Rusk, Raymond Sagapolutele, Annie Sandano, Holly Shepheard, Tevita (Hyun Do) Sung, Rebecca Thomson, Janna van Hasselt and Sarah Williams.

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