Thursday 27 February 2014

KETE 2014 - Considering Craft

KETE: Considering Craft, is an Art Fair and Symposium as part of the New Zealand Festival and is on now at the New Zealand Academy of Arts in Wellington.

  'Leaving wall flower' stag head by Sean Crawford, presented by Form Gallery.
Open daily from 10am - 5pm and closing Sunday 2nd March, 2014, be quick to view some of New Zealand's leading craft and design artists, as represented by the following galleries and organisations:
Stephen Bradbourne, presented by Masterworks Gallery.

The accompanying Symposium lecture series brings together leading galleries, commentators, critics and makers to debate and highlight the current state of craft. International speakers include Yuji Akimoto from the 21st century Museum of Modern Art, Kanazawa, and Dr Sandra Alfoldy, editor of NeoCraft: Modernity and the Crafts. Further information on the lecture series and additional speakers is available here.



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