Best known for his controversial 1973 Park Mews complex in Wellington, Roger Walker has returned to painting to get his architecture fix during lockdown.
With a hint of the playful, whimsical art of Disney's Mary Blair, Walker's paintings hark back to his award-winning building block design style. I love Rog's work.
Today marks the first day of Plastic Free July - a global movement to reduce plastic pollution.
Everyone is encouraged to get involved, even if it's just making a few small changes to your purchases or routine. It's not about a handful of people doing plastic-free perfectly, it's about millions of people around the world doing it imperfectly - and it works!
Will you be joining the challenge this month?
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Book the tamariki in to be inspired by a family-friendly tour of the exhibition ‘Pūkana: moments in Māori performance’ at 10am, followed by a drop in craft session to learn about event posters and create your own!
Date: Thursday 16th July 2020
Cost: Free event
Venue: Te Ahumairangi (Ground Floor), National Library of New Zealand, Corner of Molesworth and Aitken St, Thorndon
The day will start with a tour of the exhibition ‘Pūkana: moments in Maori performance’ at 10am. An incredible opportunity to see an exhibition celebrating Māori performance and performers across time and genres. A big part of performing is creating the marketing behind the performance. From advertising to posters, explore the marketing featured in Pūkana and create your own!
We’ll also have example images from the Ephemera collection in the Alexander Turnbull Library to help inspire you!
Tamariki of all ages are welcome but must have a supervising adult. Bookings are required for the tour so email your details to email@example.com.