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On Now: Immediartly

Thistle Hall is a vibrant community centre in the heart of New Zealand's cultural capital. We provide a community hall, meeting room and Wellington's only community gallery showcasing a range of artists and crafts people, from the established to the emerging.


On Now
13 - 22 JULY 2006

IMMEDIARTLY
Annette James
Lania Jones
Carrie Burke
Judi Jenkins
Brendan Stempa

Immediartly is a group of five very diverse artists. The artists are inspired by a variety of things, including nature, colours and textures, art that you can feel, etc. We invite you to come along and view our works and share our experiences.

Up Next
23 - 29 JULY 2006

TAKE FLIGHT
New Works by Melissa Wyman and Mica Still
Mica Still and Melissa Wyman invite you into investigate and discover
their new show "Take Flight."

Melissa Wyman has worked with Mica in a series of experimental works which deals with letting go of ego and experiencing the process. This collaboration includes drawing, painting and reworking each others aesthetic expressions. Mica Still individually explores two new series: In Mica's first series she invites you to have a closer look to discover the meaning and myth of her installation of mounted crow heads. The second is an on going series of works titled "Drink you own culture". This work is the first of more to come that investigates the use of symbols and language that represents her culture of the United States and how they supposedly define her.

ENDS

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