Rowan Panther, Tasi

Deep Material Energy II

Eight makers from Australia and New Zealand explore materiality in contemporary jewellery, body adornment, and objects.

Artists: Claire McArdle, Cara Johnson, Inari Kiuru, Kelly McDonald, Victoria McIntosh, Neke Moa, Rowan Panther, and Lisa Waup.

Exhibition Thursday 5 October – Wednesday 22 November, Tuesdays – Fridays, 11am – 5pm, Saturdays 11am – 4pm.
Craft Up Late Tuesday 10 October, 5 – 8pm, check website for special event details

Special Events:
Deep Material Energy II: Maker-Focused Conversation ,
Friday 6 October, 10:00am–11:00am 
If you are a maker and want to hear more about contemporary jewellery practices and processes, join us for his special conversation event with the exhibition artists. Moderated by Deep Material Energy II curator and Professor of Fine Arts, College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwhārangi, Heather Galbraith with Inari Kiuru, Claire McArdle and Rowan Panther.  Bookings: Free event. Book here.

Deep Material Energy II: Artists’ Talk, Saturday 7 October, 11:30am–12:30pm 
Join us for this artists’ talk with four visiting Aotearoa makers Kelly McDonald, Victoria McIntosh, Neke Moa and Rowan Panther, as they share insights into their artworks in the exhibition Deep Material Energy II. Facilitated by curator Professor of Fine Arts, College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwhārangi, Heather Galbraith.  Bookings: Free event. Book here.

Exhibition, Craft Up Late

Contemporary, Free event, Jewellery

Inari Kiuru, Eye, The Beholder (installation view), 2023. Photo: Courtesy the artist

Top images (l-r): Lisa Waup, Protected Earrings. Photo: courtesy the artist. Rowan Panther Fa’afetai, 2023. Photo: courtesy the artist.