18th Annual Estuary Art and Ecology Awards

Where

Uxbridge Arts and Culture, 35 Uxbridge Road, Mellons Bay, Auckland 2014

The Malcolm Smith Gallery is within the Uxbridge Arts and Culture building. When entering through the main entrance, the gallery is just past reception on the right-hand side.

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When

Monday 22 July 2024
10am-4pm


Tuesday 23 July 2024
10am-4pm


Wednesday 24 July 2024
10am-4pm


Thursday 25 July 2024
10am-8pm


Friday 26 July 2024
10am-4pm


Saturday 27 July 2024
10am-4pm


Monday 29 July 2024
10am-4pm


Tuesday 30 July 2024
10am-4pm


Wednesday 31 July 2024
10am-4pm


Thursday 1 August 2024
10am-8pm


Friday 2 August 2024
10am-4pm


Saturday 3 August 2024
10am-4pm


Monday 5 August 2024
10am-4pm


Tuesday 6 August 2024
10am-4pm


Wednesday 7 August 2024
10am-4pm


Thursday 8 August 2024
10am-8pm


Friday 9 August 2024
10am-4pm


Saturday 10 August 2024
10am-4pm


Monday 12 August 2024
10am-4pm


Tuesday 13 August 2024
10am-4pm


Wednesday 14 August 2024
10am-4pm


Thursday 15 August 2024
10am-8pm


Friday 16 August 2024
10am-4pm


Saturday 17 August 2024
10am-4pm


Monday 19 August 2024
10am-4pm


Tuesday 20 August 2024
10am-4pm


Wednesday 21 August 2024
10am-4pm


Thursday 22 August 2024
10am-8pm


Friday 23 August 2024
10am-4pm


Saturday 24 August 2024
10am-4pm


Monday 26 August 2024
10am-4pm


Tuesday 27 August 2024
10am-4pm


Wednesday 28 August 2024
10am-4pm


Thursday 29 August 2024
10am-8pm


Friday 30 August 2024
10am-4pm


Saturday 31 August 2024
10am-4pm


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Cost

Free

Contact

exhibitions@uxbridge.org.nz
09 535 6467

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Daisy Nicholas, Reflective Tides, 2023.

The Estuary Art and Ecology Awards are Aotearoa’s annual contemporary art awards with ecology at the core. Artists are invited to research and respond to the Tāmaki Estuary, explore the ecological value of this vital waterway, and encourage action against its pollution. Finalists will be exhibited in the Malcolm Smith Gallery at Uxbridge Arts and Culture and winning artworks will be intelligent and innovative responses to ecology in the field of contemporary art.

Annette Lees is a writer and ecologist with a special interest in landscape-scale conservation and environment programmes and is the author of three non-fiction books: After Dark: Walking into the Nights of Aotearoa (Potton and Burton, 2021), Swim: A Year of Swimming Outdoors in New Zealand (Potton and Burton, 2018), and The Deep Sky Waits on the Outskirts of Town (Reed, 1996). Lees is a graduate of the University of Canterbury (Bachelor of Science, Ecology), Aberystwyth University (Master of Science, Protected Landscape Management), and Te Wananga o Aotearoa (Diploma in Te Reo Māori).

The 18th Estuary Art and Ecology Awards are generously funded by Auckland Council’s Howick Local Board and supported by the Tamaki Estuary Environmental Forum, the Rice Family Partnership, and Gordon Harris The Art & Graphic Store.

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