Please join us for the opening of this exhibition on Monday 3 March 6-8pm.
Undressing the Pacific is a mid-career survey exhibition of photographic and performance works by 2012 Paramount Wallace Arts Trust Award winner Shigeyuki Kihara. Curated and toured by the University of Otago’s Hocken Collections, it showcases key works from Kihara’s artistic career, which now spans more than a decade.
Ian Scott (1945–2013) is without doubt one of New Zealand’s most significant artists. Since his emergence on the scene in the late 1960s, his paintings have been widely exhibited and collected throughout New Zealand, with each of the nation’s public collections holding examples of his work.
Between the late 1970s and 1990s the Wallace Arts Trust acquired a wide-ranging collection of 27 works by the artist, a number of which are among his most important. Key works presented in this exhibition include Hairdresser & Tobacconist (1988) and two major works — Rita Angus in Taradale (1987) and Authentic Traditions (1990).
Join poets Emma Neale, Paula Green and Siobhan Harvey for an evening of poetry reading at the Pah Homestead. This is an opportunity to hear current and published work from the writers, purchase publications and view current exhibitions.
Cost: $10 (cash)
To reserve a seat: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Reception 09 639 2010.
The Pah Cafe will be open, with a range of beverages available to purchase.
Click here to purchase tickets to Suday 23 March concert. Future Jade at the Pah Concert (May 25) available to purchase from the APO website now, other 2014 concerts not on sale yet.
The Jade String Quartet return in 2014 with a four concert series at the Pah (with thanks to Sir James Wallace), featuring their usual variety of Classical, Romantic and modern NZ compositions. Original members Miranda Adams, William Hanfling and Robert Ashworth are joined by David Garner on cello (replacing Claudia Price who sadly passed away from cancer last year) to celebrate the beauty of live music and fine art in this wonderful setting.
The series begins on March 23, at 5.15 pm with a programme of Haydn opus 65 no.4 (The Lark), Eve de Castro Tumbling Strains and Tchaikowsky opus 11 no.1.
For more information visit www.jadestringquartet.co.nz
Jade at the Pah Concerts:
CONCERT ONE March 23, 5 pm / purchase
CONCERT TWO May 25, 5pm / purchase
CONCERT THREE August 24, 5pm / not on sale yet
CONCERT FOUR November 30, 5pm / not on sale yet
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