October 20th - November 11th 2013
Annual Group Show
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September 2nd - 16th 2013
August 12th - 23rd 2013
Kvetoslava Flora (aka Flora Sekanova)
Project 'Schmetterling' 2013
July 22nd - August 2nd 2013
2013 Graduating Students Award
Given annually to outstanding final year visual arts students specialising in
Contemporary Jewellery, this year's Award Winners' exhibition features
the most recent works from our five selected graduates of 2012
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July 8th - 19th 2013
June 10th - 24th 2013
La vie est dure sans confiture...neckpieces
"This body of work orignates from the series 'Verwicklung - Entwicklung' first shown in Zug, Switzerland in 2003. Verwicklung, German for involvement and Entwicklung, meaning evolution and development. The verb, wickeln, is wrapping. 13 years later, I am still entangled and seek to find new avenues, working under the title , 'Wrapped'."
Tatjana Panyoczki, Kaiwaka, June 2013
April 8th - 20th 2013
'YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW.....'
An exhibition that re-imagines the moment just prior to the first expression of jewellery, and a moment of culture that occurred immediately there after.
My Shadow Wears: Green Ticket (detail) 2012/13
February 25th - 12th March 2013
In 2012 Lynn was awarded a Wild Creations residency, a collaboration between the Department of Conservation and Creative New Zealand, to spend six weeks in Bannockburn Central Otago.
This offered her the opportunity to spend time investigating this area, and she was inspired by the rich diversity of wildlife and landscape which has provided innumerable long-lasting reference points and stimuli for her continued work.
She has now produced new work which celebrates this environment and acknowledges the 150th anniversary of the discovery of gold in Central Otago and the impact it had on the region.
January 29th - February 8th 2013
As a response to the Christchurch earthquakes Elfi has used the rubble and broken pieces she was surrounded with and added historic texts she found about the early years of Christchurch, the building of the Cathedral etc, to give them a new meaning or sense by putting them into a new context.