Whetū Whitu - Workshop Tour and Talks

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Whetū Whitu is a series of brooches that reflect the stories of Puanga and Matariki. 

Whetu Whitu artwork

One of the artworks on display

Matthew McIntyre Wilson is a Visual Arts tutor at Te Auaha for the New Zealand Diploma in Jewelry (Level 5). His ongoing Price of Change Series, which features re-purposed imagery cut from New Zealand, Cook Island and British coins, is currently on display.

Brooches are normally pinned to the wearer, but for this exhibition they adorn light boxes as large-scale prints.

Whetū Whitu is on display at the Courtenay Place Park Light Boxes, Courtenay Place, Wellington, 1st June - 20th August.  

Read more about the Courtenay Place Park Light Boxes here

 Whetū Whitu - Workshop Tour and Talks

Thursday 5 July 5.30 pm
Studio 2, Level 2, toi pōneke arts centre, 61/69 Abel Smith Street Te Aro, Wellington

Join Matthew McIntyre Wilson at his workshop to hear more about The Price of Change Series and how it was made for the Courtenay Place.

The Whetū Whitu brooches will be on display and prints of the images will also be available to purchase.