Showing posts under the Artists' Residency category.
12 October 2017
Two special Events happening on 14th October 2017. All welcome.
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.
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...
27 October 2016
Anne McCahon (née Hamblett) Exhibition
Image: Anne Hamblett, Poppies, (1937), oil on board, 456 x 452mm
Hocken Pictorial Collections
Visitors to McCahon House often want to know more about Anne McCahon. To meet the demand for this constant interest, McCahon House embarked on a journey of discovery with a great team, including curator Linda Tyler, researcher...
23 October 2015
A rare and unique opportunity to experiment with clay-making alongside one of New Zealand’s outstanding emerging artists. Our artist in residence - Suji Park will be holding four separate clay-making workshop sessions over two days. You are invited to work alongside the artist to create clay sculptural forms.
Park is interested in the idea of co-opting the...
08 September 2013
A special opportunity to view the working studio of Dr Fiona Pardington, New Zealand’s leading photographer, to see how during her artist residency, she has transformed selected ephemera into luscious painterly still life photographs that explore and reference Colin McCahon’s still life paintings.
In her residency application Dr Fiona Pardington proposed “He Whakaotia: An...