The (often) hidden art secrets of Grey Lynn
Grey Lynn 2030 June meeting was a celebration of the artistic talent in our community. A big thank you to all the artists and members of the art community who participated.
Celia, Kat and Adelle gave us a presentation on the inaugural Art in the Dark event exploring and exploding the ideas of ‘Community, Environment and Utopias’.
Under the cover of darkness, artists will address these core values while exploring the implications of mobility, night, sky and light. Art in the Dark is a collaboration between artists, businesses and community initiatives in the Grey Lynn and Ponsonby area to celebrate and foster community.
Contact: Celia Harrison, Creative Director email@example.com www.artinthedark.co.nz
Louise Rive and Chuck Joseph – Edge City
8 Garnet Road
Studio open: Thursday & Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 10am to 2pm, & by appointment.
ph, 09 3763692 m.0212088583
When the circus left town, we had a parade,
the band played on and floats were made.
I looked sideways as they passed,
these bits and pieces, they were the last.
We beat our chests
and cried out loud,
the Tui’s head looked dead, not proud.
“After the goldrush” Oil painting and words – Chuck Joseph 2010
Currently there is a Drawing exhibition held at the Toi Ora Gallery space at 6 Putiki Street, Grey Lynn
Open Mon-Fri. from 9am-4pm for viewing.
Toi Ora are currently looking for Board members and artist who would like to mentor members.
Hanne Vibeke- rug maker
Isla Osborne, Jeweller (with Tilda) – more details about Isla’s I heart Grey Lynn project here
Peter Viesnik – Viz Glass
36a Monmouth Street, Grey Lynn
Tel: 09 360 0689
And a special thanks to Jan-Claire Hughes for her enthusiastic support of the Grey Lynn art community.