Upcoming at Artspace and elsewhere ? Artspace runs its programmes from our main space on Karangahape Road. We are part of a larger local and international art community and, sometimes, we post about events happening elsewhere to support that whakawhanaungatanga.

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Independent Curators International and Artspace Aotearoa organise the first Curatorial Intensive in Aotearoa New Zealand

Artspace
30 Apr 2019

Burning Out the Art Scene: How ST PAUL St Gallery are Doing Things Differently

Elsewhere
02 May 2019

Directors in Conversation: Remco de Blaaij and Aileen Burns/Johan Lundh

Conversation
03 May 2019

First Fridays - May

Elsewhere
11 May 2019

Uku Whistles

Workshop
14 May 2019

Tertiary Tour with Edith Amituanai, BC Collective, and Lana Lopesi

Public programme
07 Jun – 17 Aug 2019

Guy Ngan: Either Possible or Necessary

Exhibition
Guy Ngan, *Procreation No. 2*,
07 Jun 2019

Opening - Guy Ngan: Either Possible or Necessary

Opening
Guy Ngan, *Newton Post Office Mural*, 1973
28 Jul 2019

ICI Curatorial Intensive Aotearoa, New Zealand

Special Event
Image Courtesy of Artspace Aotearoa

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Previously at Artspace

16 Nov – 01 Apr 2019

Rozana Lee: Above The Sofa

Exhibition
16 Nov – 02 Mar 2019

Fiona Jack: Riverbed

Exhibition
*Fiona Jack: Riverbed*, 2018

2. *Workshop space*, 2018.

Image: Monique Redmond, 2018 *Fiona Jack: Riverbed*, 2018

3.23 *Traces: First woman Councillor of Dunoon*, Fiona Jack with Jim Jack, glazed stoneware jug, 2017.
3.24 *Traces: Feminist*, Fiona Jack with Adele Patrick, glazed stoneware pitcher, 2017.
3.25 *Traces: In the hands of the proletariat*, Fiona Jack, black angel polished cobbles, individually laser engraved by Alice at
Flux Laser Studio, Whisky Bond, Glasgow, 2018.

Image: Sam Hartnett 2018
15 Sep – 20 Oct 2018

The River Remains; ake tonu atu

Exhibition
*The River Remains; ake tonu atu*, 2018

6. *Even Though You Give Me A Growling, I’ll Be Waiting In Your Wings, Ake Tonu Atu* (detail), Tyson Campbell, new materilaism, pond-cage, Tapu Ngāpuhi mud, piano script, witch stop stolen from Ponsonby mansion, Ralph Hotere inspired laser, decorative red ribbon, gift box, unfired seemingly apolitical clay, treaty-esque ink, egg shells to reference fragility, hickory horse bow and arrow, 2018.

Image: Sam Hartnett 2018 *The River Remains; ake tonu atu*, 2018


3. *A Desire for Elsewhere*, Bronte Perry, mild steel, river rock, oioi, carex, muka, soil, linen, 2018.
4. *Te Rarawa and Maniapoto NSN 130711394-0033*, Tayla-Rose Kamira Campbell, graphite, 2015.
6. *Even Though You Give Me A Growling, I’ll Be Waiting In Your Wings, Ake Tonu Atu* (detail), Tyson Campbell, new materilaism, pond-cage, Tapu Ngāpuhi mud, piano script, witch stop stolen from Ponsonby mansion, Ralph Hotere inspired laser, decorative red ribbon, gift box, unfired seemingly apolitical clay, treaty-esque ink, egg shells to reference fragility, hickory horse bow and arrow, 2018.
8(i). *Breeding Negotiations: Assessment Criteria for Potential Opportunities* (detail), Olyvia Hong, colander, ceiling fan propellers, wood, chains, mirrored perspex, 2018.


Image: Sam Hartnett 2018

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Artspace reading room

In Human: Parasites, Posthumanism, and Papatūānuku
Emily Rākete
October 2016
Beyond Essentialism: Contemporary Moana Art from Aotearoa New Zealand
Lana Lopesi
November 2018
In response to the exhibition: Amy Howden-Chapman, Advice for our Aerial Ocean.
Abby Cunnane
December 2014

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