Depot Artspace

Community Organisation

Depot Artspace
28 Clarence Street
Devonport
Auckland 0624
11 days ago

Jennifer Huebert - Sea Habitue Exhibition

The Team from Depot Artspace

Current Street Front Gallery exhibitor - visual artist and archaeologist Jennifer Hueberts' prints blend traditional and newer techniques including linocuts, monotypes, and collage.

Her current body of work document the vibrant conversations that occur between light and motion in our world.
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Current Street Front Gallery exhibitor - visual artist and archaeologist Jennifer Hueberts' prints blend traditional and newer techniques including linocuts, monotypes, and collage.

Her current body of work document the vibrant conversations that occur between light and motion in our world.


Don't miss out on this Sunday 11-3 as Jennifer will be the artist on site doing live demos and available to talk deeper about her work. It's also a great opportunity to get a meaningful gift for Mother's day this Sunday whilst supporting a local artist.

11 days ago

Tracey Williams - A Summer of Colour

The Team from Depot Artspace

One more week before Tracey Williams - A summer of colour exhibition in the Central Gallery ends next Tuesday 11 May.

An excellent opportunity to grab hold of some unique and refreshing artworks in time for Mother's day this sunday!

Tracey Williams is an artist based in the Hokianga but … View more
One more week before Tracey Williams - A summer of colour exhibition in the Central Gallery ends next Tuesday 11 May.

An excellent opportunity to grab hold of some unique and refreshing artworks in time for Mother's day this sunday!

Tracey Williams is an artist based in the Hokianga but currently travelling around the North Island in her bus, accompanied by her cat and a swag of vibrant eye-popping artworks, some of which pay homage to Frida Kahlo but which celebrate life in general in Aotearoa.

11 days ago

Calling all young bands & musicians!

The Team from Depot Artspace

For NZ Music Month, Depot Sound Recording Studio is running a competition for secondary & intermediate North Shore musicians & bands.

Submit a song to win studio time & other great perks.

Judges include Laughton Kora, Sven Pettersen, Ed Knowles, Taisha Tari, Emme Lentino & Neil … View more
For NZ Music Month, Depot Sound Recording Studio is running a competition for secondary & intermediate North Shore musicians & bands.

Submit a song to win studio time & other great perks.

Judges include Laughton Kora, Sven Pettersen, Ed Knowles, Taisha Tari, Emme Lentino & Neil Baldock.

Competition is officially open now and submissions close on 31 May.

Help share the word!

See link below for full details & to submit your entry:

depotsound.co.nz...

#nzmm2021 #NZMusicMonth #DepotSound #northshoreschools #schoolscompetition #recordingstudio #secondaryschool #intermediateschool

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40 days ago

Stella & Lucie Blazevska: INSIDE/OUT

The Team from Depot Artspace

Currently exhibiting is Iris Stella & Lucie Blazevska: INSIDE/OUT.

Do pop in and support these 2 amazing young, emerging local artists.


See link for Arts Diary cover of the opening: www.artsdiary.co.nz...


Exhibition ends next Sunday 18 April.

53 days ago

Wendy Pettersen - What if?

The Team from Depot Artspace

Today we are sad to say goodbye to Greer Twiss’ delicate albatross maquettes, though Wendy Pettersen’s exhibition What If? remains on view in the newly established Street Front Gallery.

Pettersen’s canvases are populated by shorebirds—from Kuaka (Bar-tailed Godwits), to Kotuku-ngatupapa … View more
Today we are sad to say goodbye to Greer Twiss’ delicate albatross maquettes, though Wendy Pettersen’s exhibition What If? remains on view in the newly established Street Front Gallery.

Pettersen’s canvases are populated by shorebirds—from Kuaka (Bar-tailed Godwits), to Kotuku-ngatupapa (Royal Spoonbills)—placed deftly against painterly, abstracted seascapes and wetlands. The artist’s mastery of uncanny perspective and fluid brushstrokes animate the canvas in a manner that deserves to be viewed in person.

In the words of Pettersen: ‘What If? presents a counter narrative to the early colonial paintings by artists such as Augustus Earle, Fox, and Heaphy. They are filled with natural activity and an abundance of birds and mammals that would have once inhabited the environment, rather than landscapes presenting opportunity for unlimited human activity.’

It has been serendipitous to have the work of Twiss and Pettersen overlap, allowing for different perspectives of conservation to interact between the two gallery spaces. Thank you to those who joined us on Saturday for Dr. Marie-Louise Ward’s talk and the opening of Wendy Pettersen – What If?

#wendypettersen #Whatif? #DepotArtspaceGaller

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