Date Te rā
3 Jul - 13 Jul 2023
Location Te wāhiAuckland Art Gallery, Wellesley St E & Kitchener St
More info He pārongo atu anōVisit website
- Mon 3 July: Daydream landscape print making
- Tues 4 July: Fantasy maps
- Wed 5 July: Vivid mosaics
- Thurs 6 July: Zany puppets
- Fri 7 July: Futuristic machines
Week 2 Programme
- Mon 10 July: Futuristic machines
- Tues 11 July: Zany puppets
- Wed 12 July: Fantasy maps
- Thurs 13 July: Daydream landscape printmaking
Daydream landscape printmaking
Explore printmaking techniques to develop your own daydream landscape. Discover different ways to refine your images and create a unique, imagined world.
Follow your imagination and discover the world of cartography, or map-making! Become a builder of worlds, an explorer of lands and a map-maker of invented realms! Use old-school techniques and materials to create your own fantasy lands.
Explore the ancient art of mosaic making! Add colour and fun to your garden by designing and making a bird bath to take home using upcycled materials and simple techniques.
Reimagine everyday materials in fun and unexpected ways and create a family of puppets using socks, gloves and mixed materials.
Invent your own futuristic machine and build it out of recycled materials.
Mon 3 Jul 2023 — Thu 13 Jul 2023
From $80 (+ booking fee)
The full-day programme is from 9am–3pm. Entry into the building will not be possible before 8:45 am and the children must be collected at 3pm.
These workshops are restricted to 7–12-year-olds. If it becomes apparent that the child is outside of this age range the parent will be contacted and asked to collect their child immediately.
Each workshop is limited to 16 children per day.
The cost is $80 (+booking fees) per child per day; $350 (+booking fees) per child for five days (week 1) or $280 (+booking fees) per child for four days (week 2). 10% discounts are available for members.
An emergency contact name and phone number for each child must be supplied.
The name and contact number of the person picking up each child must be supplied.
The Gallery must be advised before the programme of any special requirements that may impact a child’s participation.
Please reach out to [email protected] if you have any questions.
BYO lunch and snacks. We ask that all food be nut free to ensure the comfort and safety of all participants.
Please bring a warm layer of clothing and a sun hat that is appropriate for outdoor weather, as breaks may take place outside the Gallery.
Wearing old clothing is strongly encouraged – we will use a mix of materials and supply aprons but cannot guarantee that clothes will remain unmarked.
Please follow https://www.aucklandartgallery.com/page/ticketing-terms-and-conditions to see our terms and conditions.
Location Te wāhi
Auckland Art Gallery, Wellesley St E & Kitchener StPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
There is plenty of paid parking nearby or it’s a 15 min walk from Britomart station. There’s also a free tour in English tour every Tues, Weds, and Fridays at 1.30pm.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Recharge with a refreshing bite in the café or visit the shop for exquisite gifts crafted by local makers.