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Art events make the top of the list
Epic production: My choice of top performance for the year goes to Coppelia at The Centre, Kerikeri.
ABOUT THE ARTS
with Mike Nettmann
I think in terms of the day's
resolutions, not the year's'' -- Henry
Happy New Year, may 2011 bring
you all you wish for. Last year kept
me busy travelling around the Far
North discovering new talent in the
arts -- how lucky we are to live here.
My thanks go to all the artists
who had the courage to exhibit their
work allowing your soul to be
scrutinised. Thanks also to all the
performers who gave us such great
Of the 93 exhibitions and 75
performances I attended these are
my top 12 choices for 2010.
Top three exhibitions:
1. 30 Ukulele 30 Artists -- Village
Arts 2. Anzac -- Gravel 3. Julie
Savory -- Williams House.
The following are in no particular
order: 4. Vietnamese Prints -- Art at
Wharepuke 5. NorthTec Graduate
Exhibition -- Hokianga Gallery 6.
Peregrination Alexandra Milsom --
Ludbrook House 7. David Barker --
Ludbrook House 8. Ngapuhi Art
Exhibition -- Kaikohe 9. Reconstruc-
tion Kay McGowan -- Kaan Zamaan
10. Waka Huia Experience --
Kawakawa 11. Dean Wright pho-
tography -- Loft 12. Interpretations
Agnes Hauptli -- Origin
Top three performances:
1. Coppelia -- The Centre 2. The
Armed Man -- The Centre 3. Land of
the Long White Cloud Florian Habi-
cht -- Cathay Cinema.
The following are in no particular
order: 4. Kerikeri Piano Compe-
tition -- The Centre 5. BOI Arts Fes-
tival -- The Centre 6. BOI Jazz &
Blues Festival -- Russell 7. Whiri-
mako Black -- The Centre 8. Filipo
& Verona -- Taipa Area School 9.
Stephen Hay and Friends -- The
Centre 10. Viva Voce -- The Centre
11. The Wellington Ukulele Orches-
tra -- The Centre 12. The Laughing
Samoans -- The Centre
Jan 8, Fat Freddy's Drop at Opononi
Hotel. Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets $55 +
BF available from ticketmaster.co.nz and
amplifier.co.nz and venue.
Jan 9-30, Art to Relate to works by Carol
Watts, Maria Lindsay and Tracey Miller at
Kaan Zamaan, 373 Kerikeri Rd. Opening
preview Jan 9, 11am.
Jan 15, The Mangonui Ceili at Mangonui
Hall hosted by talented UK entertainer
Pete Grassby with local band Spootiskerry
Spraoi at 7pm. $3 and bring a plate.
Jan 16, Open air concert with pianist Art
Zegelaar -- A Celebration of Beethoven --
at Pompallier Mission Russell at 5pm.
$40 from Pompallier Mission, Info Centre
Russell and Paihia.
Until Jan 25, White Silence paintings and
prints by Mark Graver at Art at Wharepuke
Kerikeri. Gallery open daily 9am-5pm
Until Jan 28, Birds of a Feather Lester
Hall -- prints and originals; Alicia Courtney
-- jewellery at Loft Design & Gallery,
Fairway Drive, Kerikeri.
February Feb 5-27, Both Sides Now, new
work by Sally Bristow at Kaan Zamaan,
373 Kerikeri Rd. Opening preview
February 4, 4pm-6pm.
We are always
on the lookout
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