Saturday February 17 from 10am – 4pm at the Homestead Galleries
Corban Estate Arts Centre, Auckland
During this symposium, the group will look at the works of two contemporary Māori artists as a starting point for further discussion. The retrospective works of Toi Te Rito Maihi exhibited side by side with the modern day outlook of Ayesha Green, serve to remind us about the varied and complex positions of Māori contemporary art practices. We aim to discuss and explore where Māori art has been, where it sits at present and where Toi Māori hopes to go.
$50 + Booking Fee
Includes, lunch, afternoon tea, gallery tour and artist studio visit
Bookings are essential as spaces are limited
Toi Te Rito Maihi (Artist) and Ayesha Green (Artist) – Generational practices
Tim Melville (Founder and Director of Tim Melville Gallery) – The Kaupapa we Carry and Create
Ngahuia Harrison (Artist) and Layne Waerea (Artist) – Learning the Parameters
Elisapeta Heta (Architect) – Who is recording us?
With tours in the studios of artists Tony Brown, Charlotte Graham and Jermaine Reihana and to conclude, we will be looking at the current gallery exhibitions by Ayesha Green and Toi Te Rito Maihi.
Corban Estate Arts Centre
Date(s) - 17/02/2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm