Join us for a Friday Lates special celebrating Mary Quant!
5-5.45pm and 7.15-8pm
Celebrating Mary Quant and her husband Alexander Plunkett Greene’s love of jazz we are delighted to welcome Trio Men Work, who will be playing two short jazz sets.
Sharing a deep appreciation of the jazz tradition, Lukas, Hank and George got together to celebrate the great jazz trios of the 20th century.
Performing both well-played and lesser-known standards with an emphasis on dynamic group interaction, you won't be able to resist getting your groove on!
Lukas Fritsch - Saxophone
Hank Trenton - Bass
George Brajkovich - Drums
Come along to hear Emma Gleason from Viva in conversation with Alice Isles from hej hej. They will speak about the evolution of hej hej, their own fashion revolution with the sustainability and practicality of linen and making fashion accessible for all.
Bookings essential - click the book now button below to register.
To celebrate Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary, join us for a special 1960s style edition of our Friday Lates Drop-in Drawing. Bring your own paper and pencil, grab a stool, and enjoy some observational drawing with a life model styled in 60s fashion – plus mask of course!
The session will be led by artist and observational drawing tutor, Abbey Lyman (Auckland University of Technology Alumna). While at current alert levels, this session will require you to BYO drawing materials – dry media only, please!
These drawing sessions are suitable for everyone – from complete beginners to accomplished artists. All welcome - drop in early though, as places are limited.
Drop-in Drawing is generously supported by Auckland University of Technology and Gordon Harris The Art & Graphic Store.
Chloe Hill Shoot: Chloe Hill
Emma Gleason: Emma Gleason
Alice & Kiki: Nicole Brannen
SOLD OUT | In conversation with Emma Gleason and Alice Isles from hej hej
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SOLD OUT | Key fashion designers speak to the future of fashion and the climate...
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Trio Men Work
5-5.45pm and 7.15-8pm
Swinging Sixties in Auckland - How Quant Sparked Our Boutique Culture
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