Mana Wahine - Exhibition of Digital Artworks
Mana Wahine is a solo exhibition of digital artworks created by Bronwyn Waipuka-Callander. It is a collection of images that centre around female elements derived from traditional Maori culture and history, with specific emphasis on the feminine connection to Papatuanuku (Earth Mother). It represents an eight year journey of self-discovery and learning. It also pays tribute to the influential women who have helped to shape and inspire females of all ages, both past and present.
This exhibition coincides with both the International Women's Day celebrations and the Auckland Arts Festival. International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on the 8th of March in many countries all over the world. Thousands of individual events are held for the sole purpose of inspiring, empowering and motivating women of all ages. It is a time to show pride and to applaud female achievements.
Profits made from selected sales on the opening night will be donated to the Auckland Women's Refuge.
The Digital Darkroom is an art gallery & professional photographic and digital imaging studio located. Plenty of parking to the right of the studio. Very open and casual environment.