JULIE NAGAM – where white pines lay over the water
2 Dec 2016 – 12 Feb 2017
Julie Nagam’s moving image and sound installation is an exploration of indigenous narratives. where the white pines lay over the water challenges the dominant settler account of Toronto City through the portrayal of historians, archaeologists, elders, various texts, the land, maps and archival documents. As artist in residence throughout November, Julie will be developing work around oral histories and knowledge systems within Porirua.
AHI KĀ – Keep the fires burning
4 Nov – 4 Dec 2016
A diverse and vibrant group of artists are tracked in three decades which span the development and evolution of arts education in Aotearoa New Zealand. Viewed alongside past and current iterations of Visual Arts and Design graduates as they emerge from their training and links to Pātaka hosted exhibitions.
10 Nov – 11 Dec 2016
TOAST is the annual showcase of multi-disciplinary creative works from students graduating from the Whitireia Bachelor of Applied Arts and Digital design degree. The exhibition will feature the students’ most defining works, portraying a range of spectacular art and design- in the medium of textiles, printmaking, painting, photography, contemporary jewellery and digital design.