Wai: The Water Project / 21 Nov 2020 – 7 Feb 2021
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Wai: The Water Project / 21 Nov 2020 – 7 Feb 2021

Bing Dawe – ‘Downstream under Aoraki – Tuna with Barrier’, 2018. Image courtesy of Pātaka Art + Museum.

Wai: The Water Project

21 November 2020 – 7 February 2021

WAI – the water project is a multimedia exhibition that celebrates fresh water as a natural element essential to our wellbeing. It considers notions of public and private responsibility to our shared resources and our legacy for future generations. This project was initiated by Ashburton Art Gallery and is an offshoot of that, curated by two of the artists, Bruce Foster and Gregory O’Brien. Other artists featured are Jacqui Colley, Phil Dadson, Bing Dawe, Brett Graham, Ross Hemera, Euan Macleod, Jenna Packer, Dani Terrizzi, Elizabeth Thomson, Peter Trevelyan and Kate Woods

Category
Past Exhibitions 2019, Past Exhibitions 2020
The Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui will be closed on Monday 26 September to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
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