Creative Fibre proudly presents
Máximo Laura Lectures and Exhibition
Máximo Laura is an award-winning tapestry weaver who is internationally recognised as one of South America’s pre-eminent and most unique textile artists. In 2010 he was designated as one of Peru’s Living Treasures by UNESCO.
Máximo is a consultant, designer and lecturer on art and contemporary Andean textile design. His tapestries are the integration and synthesis of ancestral weaving techniques, symbols, memories, myths and rituals with contemporary art. They are exhibited internationally and his work is included in many private collections worldwide.
This exhibition is intended to foster an understanding and practice of Peruvian visual art and culture as well as an appreciation of tapestry weaving techniques. Máximo’s iconic works provide a visual feast of colour and composition that will attract interest and appreciation of visual artists and provide inspiration to all textile artists.
Hamilton Lecture, Houchen House, Hamilton
7pm Sunday 9 July 2017
$10.00 (includes tea/coffee biscuits)
Tickets: Annette Whittle P: 07 870 4041 | M: 027 200 3441
Auckland Lunchtime Lecture, Horticultural Society Rooms at The Lair,
990 Great North Road, Western Springs (directly beside the north western motorway)
1pm Saturday 15 July 2017
$20.00 (includes afternoon tea)
Tickets: Annette Montgomery P: 027 324 4400
Porirua Artist’s Talk, Toi Gallery, Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua
1pm Saturday 22 July 2017
Contact: Robyn Parker P: 04 234 8983 | M: 027 605 9075
Christchurch Supper Lecture, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu
Corner Worcester Boulevard and Montreal Sts, Christchurch
6.30pm 15 August 2017
$35.00 (includes a light supper after the lecture)
Tickets available from Wool Yarn Fibre, The Tannery, 3 Garlands Road, Woolston P: 03 381 2121
Or contact Sue Russell P: 03 323 7006 | M: 021 138 6141
Exhibition of Work
21 July-27 August 2017
Toi Gallery, Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua
The official exhibition opening will be at 2pm.
Contact: Robyn Parker P: 04 234 8983