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ONE DAY SCULPTURE Upcoming Events

FOR YOUR INFORMATION
If you’re in Wellington this weekend, don’t miss:

The Flood, My Chanting: A Post-Event Discussion
Saturday 18 October 2008
11 am – midday
City Gallery Auditorium

Join artist Amy Howden-Chapman, Dugal McKinnon, Senior Lecturer, Sonic Arts and Composition at Victoria University and Heather Galbraith, Senior Curator / Manager Curatorial Programmes for a discussion about the ONE DAY SCULPTURE project The Flood, My Chanting, commissioned by City Gallery Wellington which took place in central Wellington on Thursday 9 October.

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Next up in the nationwide ONE DAY SCULPTURE series is:

Came a Hot Sundae: A Ronald Hugh Morrieson Festival
Liz Allan
Sunday 26 October 2008 (Labour weekend), 9am – late
Hawera, South Taranaki
Curated by Melanie Oliver in association with Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

Looking for an art excursion this Labour Weekend? ONE DAY SCULPTURE and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery have the answer…

Came A Hot Sundae: A Ronald Hugh Morrieson Festival, an event by artist Liz Allan that commemorates the life and legacy of this South Taranaki author and musician (1922 – 1972), to be held in Hawera on Sunday 26 October.

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See photographs of ONE DAY SCULPTURE’s recent projects on line at www.onedaysculpture.org.nz

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ONE DAY SCULPTURE is a New Zealand-wide series of temporary place-based artworks. A Massey University College of Creative Arts, School of Fine Arts, Litmus Research Initiative.

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MAJOR SUPPORTERS:
Massey University College of Creative Arts, Massey University School of Fine Arts, Wellington City Council Public Art Fund, Creative New Zealand - Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa, Massey University Foundation, Chartwell Trust


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