Thursday July 26, from 5pm – 8pm
WHO / Headlining artist Judy Darragh will be supported by artist’s Paula Friis, Katharine Atafu-Mayo, Olyvia Hong, Karen Rubado and Greg Page.
AS WELL AS / Julia Deans, who will be performing a selection of songs from her latest album, including The Panic, the video for which consists of hand-drawn animation by artist Greg Page about the discovery and management of anxiety.
ON-SALE / Selected artworks, studio treasures at entry level prices. Limited Art Ache collector prints are also available nationwide for $50 each, from Sunday 8th for the month of July at artache.com.
This event is FREE entry and non-ageist. BRING CASH.
In an effort to make art and culture part of the everyday conversation in New Zealand, Art Ache provides young art lovers and future patrons a rare opportunity to meet a selection of this country’s brightest creatives. They believe at the core of every happy healthy society is a strong connection with its cultural ambassadors. Through Art Ache, they aim to assist intellectual and creative development, for the betterment of the local community and wider society.
The event has been curated by Natalie Tozer.
Of the line-up, creative director Aimee Ralfini says: “Natalie has brought together a comprehensive collection of striking artists, who present an interesting story around the discipline of career creativity, the obstacles faced by ever-reducing institutional support, and the reality of making ends meet. This, in turn, reiterates the point of Art Ache – to generate a wider awareness of artists’ work and share their story, in order to aid them in their creative journey.”
Date(s) - 26/07/2018
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm