We recently talked to Craig Freeborn from the artist run gallery ‘State of Princes’. Originally from Dunedin, ‘State of Princes’ is relocating to Auckland and they are currently running a BOOSTED campaign to help raise funds for the all important set up costs.
Here you’ll find art occupying our lives in public spaces around the world. We are compiling a series of images of public art and will be updating this blog post regularly. Do you have a favourite piece in your neighbourhood or from recent travels? If… Read More
Tommo Jiang, a recent Elam Honours graduate has taken over Rose Tinted Flowers (22B Cross Street) with his work It’ll Be Alright, and in his words, it’s lit.
Another dip into the archives – this time we re-visit the studio of sculptor Jim Wheeler.
We recently caught up with Rebecca Ward, one of our internship programme alumni to see what she has been up to since the internship…
For those unfamiliar with Urban Dream Brokerage, could you give us a wee breakdown of what it is you do? Letting Space’s service Urban Dream Brokerage brokers the use of vacant space for innovative ideas that bring more public participation and sharing to our centres.… Read More
We interviewed our friend and neighbour Deborah Crowe in her ‘old/new’ studio at 1B Ponsonby Road. Deborah you’ve been our neighbour at 1B for quite some time now! What do you like about having your studio at 1B Ponsonby Road? Yes, I’ve been resident at… Read More
Margaret, entering your studio was a real treat. Your work is immaculate considering your chosen tools are notably messy! How do you manage this? Preparation is the key, if you want a clean finish you can’t just charge in and start making. As my works… Read More
The Real Art Roadshow, or the “Art Bus” as it is nicknamed, camped out at the Auckland Girls Grammar School on August 3, 2016. It was parked next to the sports fields, which offered a scene of a truly well-rounded education composed of physical and… Read More
We’re running a series of articles on the creative inhabitants (and our neighbours) at 1B Ponsonby Road. Today’s article features artist Veronica Herber in her studio.