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FULLY BOOKED - Jewellery Workshop with Lisa Walker

13 Jun 2021
10am - 4pm
In association with the exhibition, 'She wants to go to her bedroom but she can't be bothered'
Event type: 
Art, Exhibition, Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
$150
Venue: 
Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery
Address: 
420 Titirangi Rd, Titirangi
Region: 
Auckland

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***UPDATE: This workshop is now full. We still have spaces for our Inspire Series evening based on the same exhibition.***

 

In association with the exhibition, She wants to go to her bedroom but she can’t be bothered, we are hosting an exclusive hands-on jewellery workshop with Lisa Walker. Participants will create a number of their own unique piece of jewellery under the guidance of Walker, using found materials and contemporary techniques.

This workshop is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience with contemporary jewellery under the personal supervision of this leading figure in the jewellery community, with a wealth of knowledge and international experience to share with participants.

Participants are welcome to make a weekend of it with our Winter Open Day. On Saturday 12 June, from 12.30pm attend a free pecha-kucha style series of short talks by four local jewellers, taking place in the Lopdell House Seminar Room, and from 2pm, Lisa Walker will be taking visitors through her new exhibition, before the formal opening of our new season of shows at 4pm in our Learning Centre.

Workshop information:
$150, suitable for adults and tertiary levels. Participants will receive further instructions on what to bring and how to prepare for the workshop.

Limited to only 12 participants | Bookings info@teuru.org.nz | Please pay upon booking your place

Image: Lisa Walker, a selection of metal pieces from 1989-1994. She wants to go to her bedroom... Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, 2020.

Sunday 13 June, 10am – 4pm
Learning Centre

 

Written by

Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery

11 May 2021

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