Screen print your slogan

An introduction to silkscreen printing for adults. 7th March

 

Artist Maya Carmody provides an introduction to silkscreen printing for adults. You will develop your skills in the art of stencil screen printing to create your very own suffragist slogan, and print this onto a reusable cotton tote bag just in time to carry it stridently on International Women’s Day.

 

This programme celebrates the Suffrage in Stitches Exhibition at Wellington Museum and gives you the opportunity to share a message loud and clear.

 

Cost $20 per person includes all materials, afternoon tea and a mini-tour of the Suffrage and Stitches exhibition.

 

Cotton tote bags are provided, however, if you would prefer to bring along a white cotton t-shirt you are welcome to print onto that instead.

 

Wellington Museum | Saturday, 7th of March | 2PM – 4PM | $20 per person | Bookings essential 

After Hours: Quadraphonics (presented by AAA)

An immersive evening of cutting edge sound art installations and live performance. This is an ‘After Hours’ event created on the back of last year’s successful Aotearoa Arts Festival, which showcases artists working with four-channel loudspeaker configurations. It is for people who want to stimulate their senses, imagination, and experience a dynamic art and music experience that resonates with the soul.

Wellington Museum | Friday 8 November | 6.30pm (Doors 6pm) | Tickets $20 | Bookings Recommended

After Hours: Portraiture with Matt Gauldie

Spend an evening in front of the canvas with award-winning painter and sculptor, Matt Gauldie, some oil paints, and a live model. Using step-by-step techniques Matt will guide you towards a finished piece. 

 

Wellington Museum / Thurs 22 August, 7PM (6.30pm doors)/ $25 per person (limited to 25 people, materials included) spectators welcome for Koha  

Magical Mystery Drawing Tour

Roll up for the Magical Mystery Drawing Tour!

We’re celebrating Heritage Week with a drawing tour – and that’s all we’re saying! Come along with your preferred materials and we’ll take you to surprise locations where you can put your pencils, charcoal or paint to paper. In the week before, we’ll send you heritage clues that will disclose the meet up spot…