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Summer Visitor Hours 1pm - 6pm Wed - Sun

During January the House Museum will open from 1pm until 6pm, Wednesday to Sunday. A magical time to view the context of McCahons working environment.  We hope to see you there. New opening hours in 2015 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday:  1pm to 4pm Morning visits are available by appointment only. During January the House Museum will... Read more

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McCahon House Trust News - December

Exhibition Opening at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery  Tiffany Singh: Life Is But A Vapour 11 December 2014 –... Read more

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Education Programmes: Information Evening

McCahon House and Te Uru warmly invite primary and intermediate educators to join us for a free, informative evening outlining our upcoming programmes. Join us for light refreshments and discover how these exciting and focused educational opportunities can benefit your students.   Optional visit to McCahon House. McCahon House Colin McCahon is regarded as one of New Zealand’s most... Read more

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McCahon House Trust News - November

Residency News   McCahon House Artists in Residence 2015 -2016 Announced McCahon House Trust is excited to announce the three outstanding New Zealand artists; Bepen Bhana, Suji Park and Louise Menzies.   Suji Park, a New Zealand - Korean artist, works across a range of media including fired and unfired clay embellished with gold leaf, tempera, garnet, pigment and... Read more

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McCahon House Artists in Residence 2015 -2016 Announced

McCahon House Trust is delighted to announce the three outstanding New Zealand artists, Louise Menzies, Bepen Bhana and Suji Park, who have been selected for the 2015 -2016 artists’ residency programme.   Louise Menzies, an Auckland based artist, typically offers us objects, images and situations that explore past and present through attention to the way they are already represented.... Read more

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Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Art Gallery OPENING EVENT

After two years of construction, and many more years planning, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery will open their new building on the morning of Saturday 1 November. Starting with an official public ceremony, there will be a day of special events throughout the Lopdell Precinct and further activities across the weekend.

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