header image: Max White ‘Works on Paper’ Opening night
Bring your whānau along to celebrate World Collage Day by creating a community collage together!
workshop + exhibition
When: 14 May – 22nd May
Where: ALL GOODS, 99 Rosebank Road, Avondale, Auckland
Workshop: Saturday 14th 11 – 4pm
Exhibition hours: Saturday 14th + Sunday 15th 11 – 4pm
Friday 20th, Saturday 21st + Sunday 22nd 11 – 4pm
Many thanks to our friends at Te Uru for lending us some extra walls. The Whau Local Board and our ALL GOODS hirers who have helped us fund this exhibition.
Collage artist Naomi Azoulay is hosting an all day workshop, inviting community to co-create a large collage, reflecting and celebrating the Whau and its rich cultural fabric.
The large collage made together will then be on display in a public space in the Whau!
Exhibition of Collage will be on show at the same time showing work by Naomi Azoulay, Linda Dixon and Skye Kelly.
Naomi Azoulay is a Middle Eastern Born, Auckland-based artist.Her collage portraits are vibrant, and detailed, interlacing layers of references from a wide spectrum of art genres and eras.
Skye Kelly graduated from Hungry Creek Art school in 2018 and works with college, paint and ceramics. In her art practice she explores the human condition, unrealistic beauty standards and stories. She uses art as a way to navigate and make sense of the world around her.
Linda Dixon is a Titirangi-based collage artist, who creates lush and colourful paper collages from found printed materials. Linda holds a diploma in visual arts and won the Titirangi emerging artist award in 2009 and the abstract award for a painting at the Waitakere art and sculpture awards in 2017. Linda also runs collage workshops at the Hospice supporting families through therapeutic collaging.