EventsWild Ōtautahi - Sensing Art Workshops

Wild Ōtautahi - Sensing Art Workshops

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM


Surround yourself in nature with the Wild Ōtautahi exhibition. Explore what nature means to you in a series of two workshops designed to engage with your artistic processes, language and skills. This is a space to be inspired by nature, converse or quietly reflect while you create with a variety of mediums and tech at Tūranga.
Bookings are required, these workshops are aimed at adults.

$31.99, includes booking fee

Workshop 1: Saturday 22 May, 1-4pm 

Workshop 2: Saturday 29 May, 1pm-4pm

Spaces are limited, click here to book

Wild Ōtautahi

Inspired by Gavin Bishop’s illustrations from his book Wildlife of Aotearoathis exhibition tells a story about the wildlife habitats of Ōtautahi Christchurch.

Do you know how many different spiders live in Canterbury? Have you ever seen a weta motel? How far do eels travel to mate? Do you know the name of a fish that likes to sunbathe? Explore Wild Ōtautahi in the Te Pito Huawera / Southbase Gallery and find the answers. Meander along Gavin Bishop’s original illustrations of animals living in our city, explore their living habitats and meet some of the heroes who help them survive. Can you be a hero too?

Gavin Bishop
Gavin Bishop is an award winning children’s picture book writer and illustrator who lives and works in Christchurch. As author and illustrator of over 70 books, his work ranges from original stories to retellings of Maori myths, European fairy stories, and nursery rhymes.

Wild Ōtautahi is inspired by his book, Wildlife of Aotearoa (2019), which explores New Zealand’s unique habitats and incredible wildlife through his marvellous illustrations.

Wildlife of Aotearoa by Gavin Bishop (Puffin, 2019)
Copyright © Gavin Bishop 2019, reproduced by permission of the artist and Penguin Random House NZ.

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