Otago Polytechnic

Some of Dunedin's top artists will soon receive international recognition when their works are viewed at the Yu Gallery in the Yu Yuan Gardens, Shanghai. About 6 million people visit the gardens each year.

Artists and designers selected for the Anything Could Happen exhibition, are Rachel Allan (photographer), Jane Avery (design), Ariane Bray (design), Louise Clifton (shoe-maker), Moira Crossman (weaver), Anita De Soto (art), Inge Doesburg (art), Tara Douglas (photographer), Alan Dove (photographer), Craig Easton (sculpture), Kirsten Ferguson (art), Kate Fitzharris (ceramic), Guy Frederick (photographer), Emily Hlavac-Green (art), Rowan Holt (art), Jay Hutchinson (sculpture), Alexander Kennedy (art), Ewan McDougall (art), Victoria MacIntosh (jewellery/sculpture), Phillip Madill (art), Mary McFarlane (sculpture), Juliet Novenna Sorrel (sculpture), Jenna Packer (art), Steev Peyroux (art), Abby Pullar and Emilie Van Schreven (design), Amanda Shanley (ceramics), David Shields (photography), Holly Simpson-Howe (jewellery), Donna Tulloch (design), Fiona Van Oyen (art), Jane Venis (sculpture), Yonel Watene (art).

read more in the Otago Daily Times....

https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/dunedin-artists-work-bright-lights-shanghai

 

image by Rachel Hope Allan

Expiry: 30 Jun 2017