Laboratory of Special Graphic Forms


Tuesday 22 November | 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM


Art After School­ – a print and stamp workshop with visiting artist Emily Floyd. 

You don’t often get to create art in an actual exhibition space!  Join us and experiment with rubber stamps and wooden type to create your own emoticon inspired posters.

Emily Floyd’s text-based sculptures and pedagogically inspired works combine formal concerns with an interest in the legacies of modernism.  Her work engages a wide range of disciplines and endeavours including public art and social activism, design and typography, literature and cultural studies, community participation and public education.  Intersecting public space with carefully considered design, the artist creates bold spaces for public engagement and interaction.

Floyd is the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa International Visiting Artist for 2022 and will be in Ōtepoti throughout November 2022 delivering events in her exhibition Keeping it Complex, Keeping it Connected.

Keeping it Complex, Keeping it Connected will reframe the gallery as a social space for engagement, interaction and critical perspectives on child care.

Open to all ages with a guardian present, afternoon tea provided.

Free, limited spaces, book here:


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