SCAPE installs public art in Christchurch.
SCAPE Public Art is moving from its biennial model to annual, six-week seasons of Public Art from 1 October to 12 November, launching new works and showcasing the extensive current catalogue of major public artworks.
The 2016 SCAPE Public Art Season incorporates school holidays and the New Zealand Cup and Show Week celebrations. Heather Galbraith has been appointed as Managing Curator, the role extending over three annual seasons through to 2018.
Photo credits all courtesy of SCAPE Public Art:
Neil Dawson’s Fanfare, 2004/15, illuminated for the first time and officially presented on 10 June 2015.
Julia Morison, Tree Houses for Swamp Dwellers, 2013.
Judy Millar, Call Me Snake, 2015
Cat Auburn, The Horses Stayed Behind, 2015
Hannah Kidd, Avonside Drive Series, 2015