Join us at the Gus Fisher Gallery for a fun and visually immersive experience of artworks that take us above and beneath the ocean! Through mesmerising film and light installations, learn about the value that Moana brings to our lives and join us in our fight to go plastic free to help protect our oceans.
What we can offer:
A bespoke education experience for your class, hosted by our public programmes and engagement officer, Julia Craig, which could include:
A complimentary guided tour of the exhibition
A tailored educational activity about plastic pollution (devised in advance to complement curriculum requirements, cost to be considered)
A hands on workshop ($2 per head koha)
Storytime in the gallery’s Kete Aronui space
A dedicated space for lunch and hosting.
All groups will need to be accompanied by a teacher and guardians at all times. Students must be briefed on entry to the gallery and be mindful of how to act around breakable exhibits.
Nestled in the heart of Auckland city centre’s CBD, Gus Fisher Gallery is a contemporary arts centre that showcases local and international art through boldly curated shows. Housed in a 1934 Grade I listed heritage building that was formerly home to Radio 1YA and TVNZ, the gallery’s programme will reflect the pioneering spirit of its building’s history through a vibrant artistic programme that features contemporary art with a strength in artists' film and video from 2019.