Visual Art

Winter Break : Light based Workshops

Light based workshop in celebration of the Te Ara Rama Matariki Light Trail

  • Sat, 1 Jul at 3:30PM
  • 2 x workshops
  • Ages 13-18
  • Free
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  • Sat, 1 Jul at 3:30PM
  • Sat, 8 Jul at 3:30PM
About

Te Tuhi is supporting the Light based workshop and Spray painting workshop at Te Oro for the school holidays.
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Explore the ideas of light and play with mediums and techniques. This light based workshop is inspired by the Te Ara Rama Matariki Light Trail, which will be on in Maybury Reserve behind Te Oro from Saturday 1st July to Saturday 8th of July from 6-9pm.

Our Light based workshop runs from 3:30pm to 5:30pm at Te Oro with a show case of the light artwork being created to celebrate the final day of the Light Trail on Saturday 8th of July.

During your workshop you will look at some artists who are inspired by light and create a light sculpture and a moving image to be projected onto walls of Glen Innes.
If you're aged between 13 – 18, join us for a creative adventure.

To coincide with the Light Trail this workshop begins at the end of the second to last week of school, and ends on the Saturday after the last day of the school term 2. Saturday 1st and Saturday 8th of July 3.30-5.30.

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John Tanuvasa

John Tanuvasa is born and raised in Panmure, he is of Tongan and Samoan descent and graduated from AUT majoring in Textiles. In his final year, John looked at unconventional design methods which looked at light and light source.
After university John worked in the Fashion industry for 5 years as a Fashion stylist assistant for Nora Swann. He took on this role to understand the industry from a different perspective. John confirms: “I am not an artist, I am not a Designer, I am a creator. I create with the idea of making you think and question what's in front of you.”

John Tanuvasa

John Tanuvasa

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board