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Children's Book Launch - The Pipsies

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3.15pm, Friday 11 April 2008

Children's Book Launch - The Pipsies

Meet local author Kay Rayner and illustrator Jonathan Rayner-Burt who will launch 'The Pipsies' Volume 1 at Lopdell House Gallery.

Children are encouraged to join in and listen to readings from the book and watch Jonathan's illustrating in action. A light tea will be served.

Please join us on:

Friday 11 April at 3.15pm

Free entry with giveaways

6pm Thursday 17 April 2008


Exhibitions Opening

The Adam Portrait Awards

New Zealand's premier portrait painting competition, sponsored by the Adam Foundation and the National Portrait Gallery, is held every two years in Wellington. Lopdell House Gallery is delighted to be bringing a selection of this year's best portraits to Auckland.

The Bronze Goat, David Kennedy

Highly acclaimed sculptor and graphic designer, David Kennedy, lived in Titirangi in the 1950s. During that period his stylish and quirky designs created a real buzz in the vibrant Auckland restaurant scene. At Lopdell House Gallery, we'll take you back in time and give you a taste of Kennedy's charm.

Please join us for the exhibitions opening on:

Thursday 17 April at 6pm

Free entry.

10am Friday 18 April 2008


Artist / Curator Talk

Curator Kate Wells will discuss the Adam Portrait and David Kennedy exhibitions in the Gallery.

Please join us on:

Friday 18 April at 10am

Free entry.

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Opening hours The gallery is open daily from 10am - 4.30pm, except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Anzac Day morning and during exhibition installation. Admission is free thanks to the support of Waitakere City Council.

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