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DIRT FUTURE
Exhibitions Conversations ProjectsTitle: DIRT FUTURE
Dates: Friday, 4 August 2017 - Saturday, 2 September 2017
Start time: 6:00pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Ruth Ige, Tash Keddy, Sione Monu, Joanna Neumegen, Shiraz Sadikeen, Samuel Te Kani, Nââwié Tutugoro

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DIRT FUTURE public programme: Workshop with Naawie Tutugoro
ExhibitionsTitle: DIRT FUTURE public programme: Workshop with Naawie Tutugoro
Date: Saturday, 19 August 2017
Start time: 12:00pm
End time: 2:00pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Artist Nââwié Tutugoro will hold the collage and found item workshop 'Ransom Notes to God', in association with our education programme Snakes and Ladders. The workshop expands on Tutugoro's sculptural practice and envisions a space for catharsis and forgiveness through scrapbooking techniques.

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DIRT FUTURE public programme: Film screening with Samuel Te Kani
Exhibitions ConversationsTitle: DIRT FUTURE public programme: Film screening with Samuel Te Kani
Date: Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Start time: 5:00pm
End time: 9:30pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Join us for a back to back screening of some hyper-stylised seventies horror! Theatrically released as a double feature, Don't Look Now and The Wicker Man have both respectively left distinct legacies in the genre, influencing the work of directors like Wes Craven (Last House on the Left, Scream) and Hideo Nakata (The Ring, Dark Water), among many others.

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DIRT FUTURE public programme: Workshop with Tash Keddy
Exhibitions ConversationsTitle: DIRT FUTURE public programme: Workshop with Tash Keddy
Date: Thursday, 24 August 2017
Start time: 5:00pm
End time: 6:30pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Join us for an observational drawing class with Dirt Future artist Tash Keddy, in collaboration with our Snakes and Ladders education programme.

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