ONE DAY SCULPTURE Upcoming Events
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
If you’re in Wellington this weekend, don’t miss:
The Flood, My Chanting: A
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:
Hot Sundae: A Ronald Hugh Morrieson Festival
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.
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.
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