Marilyn Jones in conversation with Lisa Munnelly and Sue Prescott. Join these creative mavericks in an informal discussion around the exhibition Linear Impositions, as they riff on abstraction, line drawing, colour and materiality.
Join us for a humorous and insightful panel discussion in The Hub with:
Dr Nicholas Holm, Dr Vini Olsen-Reeder and Thomas Lahood.
Please join Jason Wright, Emi Pogoni and Blake Johnston in discussion on the last day of Wright's exhibition rauropi I II III.
Join us for this unique opportunity to talk to renowned Chilean muralist Alfonso Pajarito. In this talk Pajarito will be sharing some of his stories and experiences and we'll have an open conversation about community arts and murals.
A poetry reading as part of the exhibition Ghosts, floating by Briana Jamieson. George Banach Salas, Maisie Chilton Tressler, Alice Fennessy, Joy Holley, Lizzie Murray, Jane Paul and Briana Jamieson, will read pieces of writing reflecting on thoughts of friendship.
Join Chicago-based artist and organiser Latham Zearfoss, and Wellington-based performer Madeline McNamara, for a critical conversation around white power and privilege. Through divergent practices, these white artists attempt to use their creativity as a tool to undermine structural and everyday racism and colonialism within their respective countries.
Gloaming explores chromatic transformation - the time between day and night - through a series of observational watercolour paintings and writings by Chora Luz Carleton.
At gloaming, a strange light obscures our perceptions, colours transfigure into shadowy masses. This state of transition changes our mental perception and focus: our world becomes a smaller more intimate space, and the darkness looming beyond calls the imagination.
Toi Pōneke Arts Centre and the New Zealand School of Music warmly invite you to join with sound artists in residence - Flo Wilson and Olivia Webb - as they discuss their time spent in the residency, and details of their exhibition Attunement.
All are welcome. Bring your questions!
Lavie Raven, is here on a Fulbright Scholarship to study the intersection of Hip Hop activism and Māori culture. Raven will give a talk in Toi Pōneke's HUB to share his music, illuminate his writing projects and experiences of hiphop activism. Local Dj Kerb will also be spinning some beats for the night.
Join curator Louise Rutledge and artists in a discussion about works from the City Art Collection in "Take that which has passed." A catalogue featuring commissioned responses to the works in the exhibition will also be launched at this event.