Creative Learning Centre

Explore, experiment, create and share

Sean Kerr Sean Kerr 'What’s it Doing?' 2013 (installation view), commissioned by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Courtesy of the artist

Overview

The Todd Foundation Creative Learning Centre is getting a makeover! The space will reopen on 11 October with a Light Show-themed installation, Wavelength.

Located on the mezzanine level of the Gallery, the Todd Foundation Creative Learning Centre is open daily 10am-5pm and is free to visit.

Explore how works of art come into being - how artists observe and explain the world that we know and imagine.

Each year, a New Zealand artist is commissioned to create a new year-long installation for Auckland Art Gallery's Creative Learning Centre. Commissioned artists have included Reuben Paterson (2011/12), Tiffany Singh (2012/13), and Sean Kerr (2013/14).

Image: Sean Kerr AHHA, 2013, neon, wood, electronics, sound

Programmes supported by Joyce Fisher Charitable Trust

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