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Upper Hutt Leader : November 2nd 2011
34 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 2, 2011 ARTS Call for your free market appraisal today. "TALK TO THE TRANTERS" Garry Tranter DDI 212 6636 or 027 462 594 firstname.lastname@example.org SAFARI REAL ESTATE LTD LICENSED UNDER THE REAA 2008 Lisa Tranter 027 203 4669 email@example.com 2011 Upper Hutt Highland Gathering Saturday 12 November 9.30am - 4.00pm, Harcourt Park, Upper Hutt 4149795AA Highland Dancing Solo Piping Clan Tents Stalls Medieval Swor dfighting Scottish Country Dancing Solo Drumming Kapiti Coast Pipes & Drums Demo Wet Weather Venue: Expressions Arts & Entertainment Centre Hall, Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt Supported by: FREE ENTRY For more information please email Upper Hutt Highlanders on firstname.lastname@example.org Morris Dancing OF COLOUR INDIGENOUS PHOTOGRAPHY FROM AOTEAROA TO MEXICO Until 20 November Prayer House, (detail) 2006. Lamda print, Eduardo Oses Until 27 November This exhibition brings the Main ARTery artists together from the Wairarapa Ar t Trail. 2147231EF ART TRANSPLANT FEATURING MARK HADLOW 2.30 PM SUNDAY 6TH NOVEMBER, 2011 MICHAEL FOWLER CENTRE TICKETS $20/$10 > FROM 0800TICKETEK BOOKING FEE APPLIES Colourful mix: Several photos were used by Kate Neighbours in this traffic light montage. Young talent on show Pier pressure: Stormy clouds weigh down Petone pier in Carla Williams' photo. Pretty pixie: Ashley Clark took a series of photos with her younger cousins posing as fairies. By JIMMY NESS Talented young photographers and painters from Upper Hutt College are displaying their work at Expressions next week. Head of art department Willy Telfer organised the year 12 student event with teacher Shelley McCarthy and arts co- ordinator Mike Jensen. He says the exhibition is very innovat- ive and the photos were taken around the Wellington region. There s a lot of really good talent coming through. We just thought it was a really good idea to show what the students are doing because they are actu- ally doing some really good stuff. About 70 students painted or photo- graphed various subjects from different themes including nature, fantasy, culture and more. Mr Telfer says the work was based on international artists such as Dwayne Michals and Barbara Kruger. It was all inspired by what we call artist models. They transfer particular things into a local context, for example the whole idea of landscape photography. Photographer Ashley Clark, 17, will have three pieces in the exhibition and says she enjoyed the whole experience. I m pretty proud of it. I like the fact that people can go and look at everyone s hard work because it did take quite a while to do. People can buy A3-sized copies of the photographs from Expressions for $10 each. The paintings are also for sale. The exhibition will run from November 7 till November 20.
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