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    • Artist's Talk - Stuart Forsyth
      • Stuart will “lead” a walk-through of his exhibition The Hand of Dog, where he will discuss how his beloved canine companion Roo has played muse to his artistic output over the past 5 years.

    • How to be a City Dog
      • Join Te Whanganui- a-Tara artist, Stuart Forsyth, his three-legged SPCA mixed-breed canine companion, Roo, and Chora – a qualified dog trainer for a training session to teach basic city street walking manners.

    • Under Heaven's Heel
      • Under Heaven’s Heel examines the dynamic antagonisms between the mobile vulgus (dangerous masses) and the ruling minority. Beginning with Albrecht Dürer’s 1525 plan for the Monument to the Vanquished Peasants, the exhibition examines a half century of ideological refinement, and the engine of exploitation at the heart of renaissance capitalism. Read more

    • Artist's Talk - Simon Mark
      • Please join us for an in-depth discussion with Photographer Simon Mark, who will be in conversation with curator/educator Heather Galbraith, talking about his new work in Liminal at Toi Pōneke Gallery.

    • Toi Art Market
      • Looking for a unique artistic gift for Christmas? Come along to our pop-up, cash & carry style art market, where you will find a selection of affordable artworks ranging from painting, drawing, uku/ceramic and jewellery.

    • The Hand of Dog
      • The Hand of Dog explores the influence and contribution that pets can have on their owners and their lives - in this case the relationship between Te Whanganui-a-Tara artist, Stuart Forsyth, and his three-legged SPCA mixed-breed canine companion, Roo. Read more

    • Artist's Talk - Clara Ehrenwerth
      • You are warmly invited to a talk between Clara Ehrenwerth, artist in residence at the Goethe-Institut in Wellington, and Claire Mabey, director of Verb Wellington Festival. Join us for an interesting discussion with drinks and nibbles.

    • Liminal
      • Liminal explores altered and occasionally recycled photographs which blur the lines between recognition and puzzlement, the familiar and the unfamiliar. Read more

    • Hometown Boomtown Film Screening and Discussion
      • Come along to a film screening of the documentary "Hometown Boomtown" (dir. John Reid, 1984, 48mins), which explores the major changes that took place in urban Wellington in the 1970s and 80s. The screening will be followed by a discussion event. Read more

    • New Manager at Iconic Hannah Playhouse
      • Exciting news for our friends over at the Hannah Playhouse! Wellington City Council is delighted to announce Isobel MacKinnon has been appointed as the Manager of this iconic venue.

    • Artist kōrero: Holly Walker and Tūi Howard
      • In the Gallery space Holly and Tūī will host a kōrero about how they use their creative practices, spirituality and relationship to the environment to create places to speak about their identity and whakapapa.

    • The Places We Called Home
      • The Places We Called Home brings together the work of Andrew Ross & Cody Ellingham, two photographers capturing the history of urban Wellington twenty years apart. The exhibition explores the homes, streets, and changing landscape of the city from the 1990s through to today. Read more

    • Currently
      • Holly Walker’s mahi toi reveals fragments of her cultural experience of being Pākehā. Identifying as Pākehā and as Tangata Tiriti comes with responsibilities to the landscape, environment, to people and the past. Holly’s practice is a therapeutic process of re-connecting to her identity through performance, sculptural works and kōrero with the whānau. Read more

    • learn te reo - next steps
      • Take the Next Steps in your journey in Te Reo journey. Revise lessons learned in the Intro course, and introduce further sentence structures, enjoying the reo and its tikanga.

    • Get Funded
      • Learn how to find grants and ace your grants writing skills to increase your chances of success.

    • Residents Exhibition
      • Experience the vibrant work of Toi Pōneke artists in this unique Residents Exhibition. Meet the artists and designers at our open studio day. Check out our website for more information on workshops and events! Read more

    • EMERGING PRODUCER INTERNship - call for submissions 2022
      • Emerging Wellington Film Producer Internship 2022 - Applications now open! We are offering a Wellington based emerging film producer the opportunity to join the selector/mentor team to ‘window in’ on the selections and script development process for the Write Room Screen Writer Residency 2021 . Application Deadline 25 July 2022 at 5pm.

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