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Ka Awatea signifies daybreak and is the title of an exhibition of ‘new voices’ from artists in Ōtautahi.   It is curated by Ōtautahi Creative Spaces, a specialist creative wellbeing initiative supporting people with experience of mental distress through working in studio groups, mentoring, and collaborative projects and exhibitions.  The participating artists are: Catherine Brougham, Marian Cox, Sam Gane, Calum Hay, Marguerite King, Jonette Kingi, Sam Lee, Lauren Michelle, Amber Panere, Natasha Sadlier, Jamie Sim,  Alexandra Stobbs, Lewis Trembath, Elijah Watson, Hadani Woodruff.

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 Ka Awatea: Ngā Reo Hou:  New Voices

 Eastside Gallery Linwood, 388 Worcester Street

 27 April – 15 May 2021

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  1. Marguerite King, Beautiful Sting, 2021l, acrylic ink on watercolour paper

Ka Awatea- Ngā Reo Hou- New Voices from Ōtautahi Creative Spaces at Eastside Gallery Linwood

 
 
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