Late night with DJ Nadia Reid

Third Thursday #3

13 April 2021

As the days grow shorter the gallery brings you a vibrant programme of events to brighten your days and liven up your evenings... 
FREE 15 April 2021 | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Third Thursday #3
We are mixing it up this month for Third Thursday with DJ Nadia Reid in the gallery! As the weather cools down, the atmosphere is heating up, as we move into the foyer for the winter months. Explore the gallery while listening to Nadia Reid’s curated DJ set, sip a cocktail from our gin bar and enjoy some iconic Patti’s and Cream Food Truck cuisine or delicious sweet treats from Nova Café. Back by popular demand, the cashless trade table will once again be offering up bountiful goods... There will be craft activities for all ages and the gallery shop will have a special sale table. All galleries will be open until 8pm. [Eftpos available for the bar, Food Truck & Nova Café.]

Conservation Conversation
Society Afternoon Talk: The Back of the Painting: Secret Stories from Art Conservation
FREE 16 April 2021 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
 Join our Conservator, Jenny Sherman, and one of her co-authors Linda Waters from Te Papa Tongarewa, as they discuss their brand-new publication, The Back of the Painting. This fascinating book by three painting conservators explores the backs of 33 paintings, ranging from 15th century artworks to the present day, and held in the collections of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Join them on their art-detective explorations and gain a rare glimpse behind the scenes of the world of art galleries. Book signing and afternoon tea will follow. Everyone is welcome.
Books will be available to purchase on the day or you can pre-purchase copies by following the link below:

Talk by a SUITE of artists
FREE 17 April 2021 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dunedin artists Ed Ritchie, Octavia Cook, Alexandra Kennedy and Justin Spiers as they speak about their works in Suite 20/21: Part Two, a continuation of the Gallery’s Biennial Contemporary Dunedin Programme.

Please note that these events will only operate under Alert Level 1.

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