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Coming Up: Iconic/Ironic | Linda Macmanus

Thistle Hall is a vibrant community venue 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. Thistle Hall is located on the corner of Cuba and Arthur Streets. The shows on at Thistle Hall Community Gallery are run by the artists who hire it.


COMING UP

20 - 26 JANUARY 2014
ICONIC/IRONIC | LINDA MACMANUS


OPENING:
6.00pm, Tuesday 21 January 2014
Join the artist for pizza (supplied by Hell Pizza!) and drinks to celebrate her first solo exhibition

OPEN:
11.00am - 6.00pm Tuesday - Saturday
11:00am - 4.00pm Sunday

ICONIC/IRONIC is a delicious visual feast of pop art, colour and imagery from the mind of emerging Wellington artist Linda MacManus.

Juicy irony, shredded icons, crisp ideas, refreshing perspectives

Much art
Such content
Very wow
So colour

100% Linda

CASH OR CHEQUE ONLY

For more information: Facebook event page

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