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Auckland in-frame

17 Oct 2020
Saturday 17 October 10am–4pm
Look through the lens and see the city of sails - Photography workshop, exhibition tour and harbour sailing
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Learning Space, Maritime Museum
Corner Quay and Hobson streets, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland, NZ.


Join expert photographer Raymond Sagapolutele in this full-day workshop at New Zealand Maritime Museum.

Included in the workshop is a guided tour of A Year In Aotearoa: New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year Exhibition and a chance to photograph the stunning Waitematā harbour from the Maritime Museum’s heritage vessel, Ted Ashby.

Raymond is an Aotearoa-born Sāmoan artist (Masters in Visual Arts, first-class honours, AUT) with family ties to the villages of Fatuvalu in Savai'i and Saluafata in Upolu, Samoa. He has worked with editorial publications Back to Basics and Rip It Up as a staff photographer as well as submissions to the NZ Herald and Metro Magazine. He has exhibited images in a range of group and solo exhibitions both locally and internationally.

Bring a DSLR or mirrorless camera, your lunch and a water bottle (tea and coffee provided).

Throughout the day there will be walking, and movement involved in this workshop, as well as holding the camera to photograph. Please contact us if you have any questions around accessibility to our museum for this workshop or to advise us of your needs. In terms of the sailing component, non-motorised wheelchairs are permitted on board TED ASHBY.

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2 Oct 2020