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Newsletter January 2018

Pocket Histories - Imogen Taylor's residency show Image: Courtesy of Te Uru Gallery.   Imogen Taylor's, (McCahon House resident January - March 2017) post residency show opens at Te Uru Contemporary Waitakere Gallery 10 February 2018. Imogen and curator Ioana Gordon-Smith have opted for a group show. Pocket... Read more

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Newsletter December 2017

Weekend visit to Gibbs Farm McCahon House Trust has organised a weekend visit to the amazing Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park for April next year. (The park is normally only open to view during the week.) A wonderful opportunity to bring the whole family out to Kaipara to enjoy the beautiful farm on the shores of the... Read more

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Newsletter 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... Read more

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Newsletter May 2017

Newsletter May 2017 Welcoming Oliver Perkins to Parehuia Image from artist.  We welcome Christchurch based artist Oliver Perkins to Parehuia - McCahon House Artist's Residency (May-Aug 2017). Oliver Perkins's intensive studio based practice is in continuous dynamic dialogue with the form... Read more

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Newsletter 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... Read more

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Newsletter 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... Read more

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