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Film Night: The Making of Eden

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7.30pm, Saturday 16 August 2008


Film Night: The Making of Eden

British filmmaker Robin Kewell introduces the first of a series of short films that will be screened at Titirangi Theatre and Lopdell House's Top Floor.

Lopdell House Gallery is proud to host the first public showing of The Making of Eden, which is an insider's view of the how the Eden Project in Cornwall, England came about. Robin started filming the Eden Project in 1998 and is still documenting events there. Out of over 4000 hours of filmed footage this presentation shows how a derelict clay pit was transformed from a 60m deep hole into a 'Garden of Eden'. Robin will also give a short talk about the film.

Join us for an entertaining evening on:

Saturday 16 August at 7.30pm in the Titirangi Theatre

Entry $10 or $5 for Friends of Lopdell House Gallery

Seats are strictly limited so book early to ensure your place by phoning 817 8087 x201 or visit www.lopdell.org.nz

10am, Saturday, 16 August 2008


Elements of the Book Workshops

Have you ever wondered how a book was made? Lopdell House Gallery is holding a series of workshops over consecutive Saturdays covering different elements of book production. This is the course to get you started - come along to all of them or just dip into one that takes your fancy. Only a few places are left so book now to avoid disappointment.

Books and artwork produced will be exhibited at the Going West Book Market on Saturday 13 September.


Remaining Workshops:

16 August - printing;

23 August - construction;

30 August - book binding.

Tutors: Beth Serjeant, Elizabeth Steiner, Moira Clunie

Venue: Lopdell House Studio

Cost: Workshops are $80 each, however, you can save $40 by registering for all four (papermaking was on 9 Aug) and a further $10 if you are a Friend of Lopdell House Gallery. You must register and pay in advance to receive this discount price.

All materials will be provided but feel free to bring along any paper or materials you would like to include in your book or paper. Bring your own lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.

Book by emailing Kate on info[at]lopdell.org.nz or phone 817 8087 x201.

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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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