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End school holidays on a high note at City Gallery

On the last day of the school holidays, head to City Gallery for a day of family fun.

Sunday 30 April, 11am – 4pm is ANZ Family Day | Free entry
Visit City Gallery for fun art activities the whole whānau can enjoy on the last weekend of the school holidays.

The day is full of family-friendly activities inspired by the Gallery’s current exhibitions: Colin McCahon: On Going Out with the Tide, Petra Cortright: RUNNING NEO-GEO GAMES UNDER MAME and Martino Gamper: 100 Chairs in 100 Days.

Explore the Gallery, be inspired by art works and get creative!

Activities Timetable:

Timotimo
Ground floor, 12pm / 2pm
Interactive storytelling and waiata in Colin McCahon: On Going Out with the Tide.

Square Eyes Film Screenings
Auditorium, 11.30am / 12.30pm / 1.30pm / 2.30pm / 3.30pm
Short film screenings inspired by the current exhibitions.

Make a Chair
Education Studio, 11am–4pm
Experiment with everyday materials to construct your own chair, inspired by Martino Gamper’s works.

Make a Badge
Reading Room, 11am –4pm
Inspired by Petra Cortright’s digital paintings, make your own mini-collage-painting in the form of a badge to wear.

LOOk! cards
Art Cart / all galleries, 11am – 4pm
Explore the current exhibitions with our fun LOOk! activity cards

For more event information and updates: http://citygallery.org.nz/events/anz-family-day-4

For more information on exhibitions: http://citygallery.org.nz/exhibitions


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