Snap up a treasure!
At the invitation of Melbourne’s Grainger Museum, Dunedin School of Art students and staff members are crossing the Tasman to participate in Radiant Pavilion, a contemporary jewellery and object biennial.
The opportunity to participate in the Radiant Pavilion emerged from CLINKProject, an initiative jointly established in 2014 by the jewellery departments of Hungry Creek Art & Craft School in Auckland and the Dunedin School of Art at Otago Polytechnic. This year’s CLINKProject responds to the Grainger Museum’s diverse collections, which include musical instruments, beadwork and musical scores.
To help fundraise for the trip, students and staff members are holding a fundraising auction – and you are invited to come along and support our artists … while treating yourself to a piece of jewellery, art object or textile work.
Work from students and staff members including Johanna Zellmer, Andrew Last and Metiria Turei will be available for purchase.
There will be a silent auction, and an entertaining live auction with auctioneer Ron Bull. The work to be auctioned will be available for view in the Hub from Monday 2 September.
Limited edition Dunedin School of Art and ClinkProject themed tea towels will be available for sale for $15 each.
Finger food will be provided, and a cash bar will be available.
When: Thursday 5 September, 5.30pm
Where: The Hub, Otago Polytechnic
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images: Silver and black coral ring by Andrew Last, photograph by Metiria Turei
Published on 23 Aug 2019
Orderdate: 23 Aug 2019
Expiry: 30 Aug 2020
|Thursday, 05 September 2019||5:30pm ~7:00pm||The Hub||Johanna Zellmer||You must log in to add to calendar|