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Twilight Tour - The Man in the Hat: Peter McLeavey

TWILIGHT TOUR: FREE EVENT Join us for a screening of 'The Man in the Hat : Peter McLeavey'.  Director Jan Bieringa will introduce the documentary and be available for Q&A. Since opening his gallery in 1966, Peter McLeavey has played a vital role in shaping both our local and national art scene, helping make the names of canonical New Zealand modernists, including Colin... Read more

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STUDIO PRESENTATION WITH DAN ARPS

STUDIO PRESENTATION WITH DAN ARPS: FREE EVENT During his 3 month residency, Dan Arps has been researching the architectural vernacular of the local region, please join us to hear about how this research is making its mark on his arts practice.  Dan will also present a slide show of recent projects. Sunday 25 May 2.00pm - 3.30pm Presentation begins at 2.15pm House Museum open 11am - 3pm... Read more

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Twilight Tour - Colin McCahon:The Titirangi Years

TWILIGHT TOUR: FREE EVENT Join us for a viewing of the video: Colin McCahon: The Titirangi Years, followed by an evening tour of the McCahon House and a glass of wine.  This is an opportunity to visit the cottage outside our usual opening hours and experience the interpretive displays within the house.  The interviews that form part of these displays include Colin McCahon and... Read more

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Modern Paints Aotearoa

Northland Panels Exhibition:  Auckland Art Gallery 5 April 2014 - March 2015 Colin McCahon's Northland panels (1958) from the collection of Te Papa, will be shown at the Gallery for the first time in 25 years and is an exhibition highlight.  Exhibition Discover how the introduction of new paints affected the work of New Zealand artists in this exhibition focused on... Read more

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Storytime

School Holiday programme - Wednesday 23rd and 30th April. The house is open to our junior community for Storytime activities. 11am - 12pm Books our Grandparents read when they were young...Share children’s story books in the restored McCahon House Museum.  From books that were in circulation in the 1950’s.  Learn about the characters in the books and participate in... Read more

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Unique viewing of McCahon works at McCahon House

More than 300 people came through the McCahon House on Sunday to view the five McCahon works on display.  National Radio spoke to Naomi McLeary -  Chair of the McCahon House Trust; Ben Plumly - Art & Object and Jenny Hunt who knew Colin McCahon when he lived in Titirangi. Click here to listen to the interview on morning report the following morning. View the Campbell Live clip... Read more

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