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.
Wild Ōtautahi - Exploring the wildlife of our city (20 March - 20 June 2021)
Inspired by Gavin Bishop’s illustrations from his book Wildlife of Aotearoa this exhibition tells a story about the wildlife habitats of Ōtautahi. Gavin’s original illustrations of the bush, the rivers, the wetlands, the estuary, the sand dunes and the sea provide the context to explore the richness and fragility of these local habitats and species living in them.
Through engaging storyboards and gadgets, borrowed from conservation’s shed, this exhibition is an opportunity to expand your knowledge about local natives, how to protect them and make them thrive.
See photos of the exhibition:
- Talanoa i Measina – Sharing our stories (12 November 2020 to 28 February 2021)
- From Paper to Pixel (21 September to 1 November 2020)
- Aroha Revolution: A Community Matariki Quilt: (13 August to 13 September 2020)
- Labyrinth in the Library (29 February to 2 August 2020)
- Heartfelt (15 to 23 February 2020)
- Extraordinary: From the collections of Alexander Turnbull Library (9 November 2019 to 9 February 2020)
- Illuminate: Unearthing treasures from our collection (3 August to 27 October 2019)
- Va Oceans Between (18 May to 21 July 2019)
- Kā Huru Manu (26 January to 28 April 2019)
- Our Painted Stories (Friday 12 October 2018 to Thursday 17 January 2019)
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