Te Pito Huarewa / Southbase Gallery

Located on Tuakiri | Identity, Level 2, Tūranga, Te Pito Huarewa / Southbase Gallery houses exhibitions that reflect the cultural identity and history of Christchurch and Canterbury.

Current exhibition

Labyrinth in the Library, 29 February - 2 August

Exploring the landscape of the mind through creativity. The labyrinth, an installation by artist Robyn Webster, examines the concept of individual and collaborative creativity. Local artists, choreographers, filmmakers, musicians, storytellers will respond to the artwork throughout the exhibition and opportunities for the public to respond and contribute.

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Celebrate creativity with performances from dancers, musicians, storytellers and more, amidst a labyrinth installation. See the creative process in action in an open rehearsal the day before the performance.
Free, no bookings required
Tautoru / TSB Space, Hapori | Community, Level 1
Open Rehearsal: Saturday 7 March, throughout the day
Performance: Sunday 8 March, 3pm

Artist talk
Robyn Webster talks about the inspiration behind the labyrinth installation and her thoughts about the creative process. She will also talk about her collaboration with the New Zealand Brain Institute.
Free, no bookings required
Tuakiri Identity, Level 2
Thursday 9 July, 6pm

Weaving workshop
A weaving workshop with Robyn Webster where you will learn to weave harakeke and create a collaborative piece.
Free, bookings required, ages 13+.
Ngā Purapura / Activity Room, Hapori | Community, Level 1

Sunday 26 July, 2-4pm
To book your tickets, visit humanitix.co.nzopens a new window

More about Labyrinth and Sensing Art creative workshops.

Upcoming exhibition

Reflections and Road Cones (10 years earthquakes anniversary exhibition) - 15 Aug – 25 Oct

Previous exhibitions

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