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07 September 2017
Announcing the 2018 McCahon House Artists in Residence
The McCahon House Trust Artist Residency programme helps build the careers of some of New Zealand’s most promising artists. The Trust offers a three month residency programme awarded annually to three New Zealand artists who, in the opinion of the selection panel, have developed a body of work that shows significant promise.
01 September 2017
Sarah Smuts-Kennedy's Light Language, Te Uru 2 Sept - 29 Oct
Image credit: Sarah Smuts-Kennedy
McCahon House artist in residence September – December 2016, Sarah Smuts-Kennedy’s post residency exhibition Light Language, opens at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery this Saturday 2nd September at 4pm and runs...
06 July 2017
Date: Sunday 6 August 2017
Time: 11am - 4pm
Venue: Titirangi War Memorial Hall, 500 South Titirangi Road, Auckland.
FREE TO ALL
This is an unique opportunity to own a limited edition kauri grown from the seeds of the trees harvested from McCahon House's ground.
Not only will your purchase help continue McCahon’s legacy, planting kauri will help ensure the future of...
04 April 2017
McCahon House Artists' Residency 2018 Call for Applications
The Trust is calling for applications from outstanding emerging and mid-career professional visual artists for the McCahon House Artists’ Residency programme.
Three residencies, each of three months duration, are available between January 2018 and December 2018.
The deadline for applications is Friday 16 June 2017...
22 March 2017
Newsletter March 2017
Artist talk: Lost in the bush - Cubism in the Waitakeres
Left: Imogen Taylor (Photo: Neeve Woodward), Right: Julia Waite (Photo: Auckland Art Gallery).
Please join us for an after-hours artist talk with current artist in residence Imogen Taylor and Julia Waite, assistant curator at Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki. Amongst other painterly topics this...
27 January 2017
Back with a bang
This summer has been rather gloomy but not our visitor numbers! We have received a record number of summer visitors since we opened the museum door to the public on 4th January. We believe this is largely due to a shorter summer break and also the marvelous Anne McCahon's exhibition currently showing at Te Uru Contemporary...