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EVENTS

Luminary I Luminare Venice Exhibition:

ECC 6th Edition Venice Biennale 

Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy

On view: 23 April - 27 November 2022

Luminary NZ Tour Launch Northart Gallery, Auckland

On view: Wed 25 May - Sat 2 July 2022

Visiting hours: Tues - Sat 11am - 4pm

NZ Tour Venues:

Dunedin   2 - 10 July 2022

St Paul's Anglican Cathedral

Visiting hours:

Sat 2nd July & Sun 3rd July 8am - 2pm & 5pm - 7pm

Mon 4th , Tues 5th & Wed 6th July 10am - 4pm

Thurs 7th & Friday 8th July 10am - 7pm

Sat 9th July 10am - 2pm & 5pm - 7pm

Sun 10th July 8am - 2pm & 5pm - 7pm

Cost: Free

Events: Wednesday 6th July, 2022: Artist talk, 1pm

Aotearoa New Zealands sole, entirely stone representation of traditional Cathedral architecture:  A Romanesque portal leads into the Gothic interior of this beautiful Anglican cathedral, where soaring white Ōamaru-stone pillars spread into a vaulted ceiling. The main part of the church dates from 1919, the sanctuary was finished in 1971.

Christchurch  16 - 24 July 2022 

Oxford Terrace Baptist Church

Visiting hours: 9am-8pm daily, from Saturday 16th - Sunday 24th July

Cost: Free

Events: Saturday 16th July, 2022: Opening and 

artist talk, 3pm

This award-winning, central city building fronts the Avon River on a corner property. The original building collapsed in the February 2011 earthquake after sustaining significant damage in the 2010 earthquake. The new building is part of the post- quake reconstruction and the first stage of a multi-use complex where people work, worship and live; an inner-city oasis.

Wellington  31 July - 7 August 2022

St John's in the City Presbyterian Church

Visiting hours:

Friday 29 July, 2022: evening viewing 6.30pm - 8pm
Sunday 31 July to Sunday 7 August, 2022

Sundays: 1pm to 4pm Monday - Saturday: 10am to 4 pm 

Cost: Free

Events: Friday 29 July, 2022: evening viewing 6.30pm - 8pm

Saturday 6th July, 2022: Artist talk, 2.30pm

St John’s Church is one of three major timber Gothic churches designed by an important 19th century Wellington architect, Thomas Turnbull, that still stand in central Wellington.​ It was built in 1885 and is a registered NZ heritage building.

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