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Design, make and exhibit Aotearoa/NZ’s next national flag!

Design, make and exhibit Aotearoa/NZ’s next national flag!



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In September the Depot Artspace will host Flag It! – an exhibition of designs for Aotearoa/New Zealand's next national flag! This is an opportunity for people to have their say, represent their country and identity, and exhibit alongside innovative artists and designers such as Dick Frizzell andMichael Smythe.

This exhibition is open to everyone and we'd love you to get involved. Finished artworks need to be delivered by the 29th of August at 5pm, for further details and to download an entry form please see our website.

We also have a number of canvases available, kindly donated by The Canvas Company, so visit us at the Depot Artspace to collect yours and get started!


..creating an environment that encourages creating..
Depot Artspace 28 Clarence Street, Devonport, www.depotartspace.co.nz


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