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Every year members of Diamond Harbour Camera Club make a field trip into Christchurch, witnessing and recording the fast-changing city landscape year-on-year.  Through these annual recovery walks documented in the exhibition, Rebuild Refocused, its photographers have discovered hidden alleyways full of colour, emerging onto wide, paved and planted social spaces flanked by new, innovative buildings and the few period buildings still standing tall. Rebuild Refocused  features images of architecture both new and old, vivid street art, colourful lit night scenes, and the plantings of the cityscape, providing an insight into the progress made over the decade since the earthquakes, cataloguing the evolution of the urban space into a remodelled city for the future.

Diamond Harbour Camera Club celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year with a membership of over 40 passionate photographers ranging from enthusiastic amateurs to accomplished professionals. Many genres of photography are explored at monthly meetings with visiting guest speakers at club workshops, and on varied field trips. The club produces an annual calendar showcasing images of our stunning harbour surrounds that has proved popular with the local community and beyond.


Diamond Harbour Camera Club, Rebuild Refocused

Margaret Stoddart Cottage

2 Waipapa Avenue, Diamond Harbour

6 - 29August


Glenda Cheesebrough, Colours of BNZ, 2021

Architecture and Our Remodelling City and Region- Stoddart Cottage Gallery

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