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July 2019

Music at Midday: Winter Series

July 5 - August 30

Drop in to enjoy free live music at the Pah every Friday lunchtime throughout July and August. We offer an enhanced gallery experience combining art and music – pull up a chair and listen to the performance or just listen to the music in the background as you wander through our exquisite gallery spaces.

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Andrea du Chatenier: Moonage Daydream

July 17 - September 1

Moonage Daydreams presents a large-scale exhibition of New Zealand artist Andrea du Chatenier. With a career spanning twenty-plus years, du Chatenier’s work is in sum contemporary sculpture with a myriad of materials, techniques, and themes. This exhibition draws on two threads of her practice – figurative sculpture and ceramics.

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Sunday Concert Series 2019

July 21 - November 17

Sunday Concert Series 2019 In its ongoing commitment to support and provide opportunities for live performance, the Wallace Arts Trust…

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Digital Bodies, Digital Motion

July 23 - September 1

This exhibition showcases work by Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Art & Design students exploring experimental 3D animation and digital motion capture.

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The Animated Documentary

July 23 - September 15

In these short animated works, Digital Design students in the School of Art & Design at AUT explore the documentary genre, using the medium of animation.

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toot floor: Campbell Patterson

July 24 - September 15

Drawing on the detritus of his surroundings, Campbell Patterson engages in conscious acts of repetition to document the banality and absurdity of everyday life – causing the ordinary to become abstract. Through the language of film, painting, sculpture, printmaking and text, he translates common materials, or habits, into formalist exercises that meditate on boredom as an aesthetic device.

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Geometry of Thought

July 24 - September 15

Geometry of Thought presents an assemblage of artists who utilise geometric aesthetics to channel their senses, producing compelling and unique artworks that complicate the relationship between experience and reality.

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August 2019


August 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Prepare yourselves for a sonic experience unlike any you have experienced before. This exciting and very unusual ensemble consists of eight cellists performing works that range from Bach to Tavarez, Boccherini to Avo Part, Piatigorsky to Bernstein and many others, covering music from traditional classical to tango and beyond.

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September 2019

Sunday Concert Series: Chris Priestley and the unsung heroes

September 15 @ 6:00 am

“Unsung Heroes” is a concert of songs and poems, featuring colourful characters from New Zealand’s wild colonial past. 

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Chervelle Athena: A Fragile Ecosystem

September 17 - November 3

A Fragile Ecosystem is a photographic tribute to Aotearoa’s kauri, focusing on how photography can strengthen human connections with the indigenous flora of Aotearoa. This project asks how photographs can be used to establish a deeper reflective connection between humans and plants, thereby promoting a more caring and responsible relationship with Aotearoa’s endangered whenua

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October 2019

Sunday Concert Series: Lawrence Arabia

October 20 @ 7:00 pm

New Zealand’s “foremost chronicler of 21st Century bourgeois dilemmas”, Lawrence Arabia, comes to Pah Homestead to play an intimate solo performance. The award-winning Auckland songwriter is fresh from wrapping up his year-long Singles Club project, and its subsequent domestic and international tours, to go it alone for one night only in this unique venue.

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November 2019

Sunday Concert Series: Isla Flamenca

November 17 @ 6:00 pm

Guitars and Galleons... Where Flamenco and the New World met. This will be a rare chance to compare the pulsating rhythms and haunting harmonies of flamenco and Latin American music. Featuring flamenco guitarist Ian Sinclair and Latin jazz percussionist Steve Cournane.

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