08 December 2006 - 21 January 2007
This is an engaging window installation of process works by jewelers Renee Bevan & Ross Malcolm. 'Push Play' is an exhibition of objects, rarely viewed outside of Bevan & Malcolm's workshops.
28 October 2006 - 18 November 2006
This exhibition is the result of eight participants attending a workshop given by Rian de Jong in January 2006 in Sydney, Australia. The group came together from diverse backgrounds and interests. During the workshop the participants were encouraged to put their usual practices to one side, and to engage with fresh materials and new ideas. The group had a warm exchange and the subsequent workshop pieces revealed how far each participant could go when letting their imaginations free within a new space. The workshop 'Transportation' lends itself to this exhibition 8+1 as it travels to the home countries of each of the participants.
30 September 2006 - 21 October 2006
A spring inspired window installation by glass artist Julie Baverstock.
06 September 2006 - 30 September 2006
This window work has been created in conjunction with NZ Fashion Week by Beth Ellery resident designer for Scotties.
07 August 2006 - 02 September 2006
An intricate and vibrant installation of paper-craft objects by Jenny Nielson.
10 July 2006 - 05 August 2006
Glass artist Lee Brogan wants us to consider the impact of governmental and corporate relationships on the natural environment through her installations in cast glass.
15 May 2006 - 10 June 2006
Keely McGlynn's installation "The Complete Set" relates her relationship with the New Zealand isles. In this work McGlynn gives equal status to all three islands relating the significance of her personal experiences of living in each place.
12 June 2006 - 08 June 2006
Vonney Ball's Window Installation features a diverse group of slip-cast earthenware vessels which have their foundations in a classical aesthetic. Her interest in European art, history and architecture has informed the shapes, forms and imagery she has developed in her practice.
17 April 2006 - 13 May 2006
Marlyne Jackson's installation Stuff of Life references the wealth of
associations made possible by the process of knitting things together.
Jackson is a maker. She has developed a broad skill base which includes,
but is not restricted to, an appreciation of the handmade and domestic
27 March 2006 - 15 April 2006
This installation by UK based jeweller Susan Cross has occurred as part of the Manukau School of Visual Art's International Workshops series.
30 January 2006 - 25 February 2006
This collection of jewellery from Jennifer Laracy explores symbolism related to a passage from The Caged Skylark by Gerard Manley Hopkins.