Kāi Tahu art graduates feature at Dunedin School of Art exhibition.
In a first for the Dunedin School of Art, it is showcasing 40 years of work from its Kāi Tahu graduates.
The Kā Honoka exhibition features the work of artists like Rachael Rakena, who recently exhibited at the Venice Biennale, and Ross Hemera, Professor of Māori Art and Design and Director of Māori Development at the University of Massey’s College of Creative Arts.
The exhibition includes a wide variety of art mediums including digital art, scultures, textiles, printmaking, painting and jewellery.
It has been curated by Simon Kaan, who is currently Māori Academic Advisor at the School of Art.
Kā Honoka, which means ’connections’, is open 10am – 4pm at the Dunedin School of Art Gallery until Thursday September 26.