08 September 2013

Kim Lowe, 13Sept-20Oct, Auckland

You are warmly invited to the opening of Kim Lowe's upcoming exhibition,
titled 'Mrs Chrysanthemum Patiently Waits...'
It is combined with 2 other exhibitions that explore hybrid Asian identity 
through painting, printmaking and ceramics.

The opening event is 6-8pm on Thursday 12 September.
The exhibition runs from 13 September to 20 October.

Kim Lowe is an artist and printmaker of New Zealand Chinese and Pakeha descent. 
Lowe’s latest exhibition features new works that allude to a fabricated family narrative 
based loosely on historical events and snippets of her family's mixed history. 

Saturday 14 September, 10.30am - 12pm
Join Dunedin-based artist, Simon Kaan and Christchurch-based artist Kim Lowe 
as they discuss the relationship that being culture-hybrid has on their art. 
Lowe will also speak about how the 22/2/2011 Christchurch earthquake 
led to her involvement in the Sendai-Christchurch Art Exchange.

Sat 14 & Sun 15 Sept, 10am – 4pm
This workshop focuses on landscapes as the subject matter for your own prints.
We will be working with single colour lino cuts and single colour dry point etching.
Using a special technique ‘Chin Colle’, we will add interest and colour to the finished prints.
Beginners to Intermediate skill level. Tutored by Ruby Oakley.
FEE: $105 (includes all materials)

See www.ceac.org.nz for more details.

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