Junk2Funk – Hokitika

Entry Details for 2019 Event – “ONE WORLD”

Hokitika Junk2Funk 2019 will be a wearable art event with NO exhibition items.

You can enter a full ensemble or simply a piece of headwear.

All entries must have at least 75% recycled content and inspired by the theme (“One World)”. You can enter as many items as you wish, but they must all (including headwear) be modeled at the evening event – SATURDAY AUGUST 24th.

Entry forms must be submitted by FRIDAY AUGUST 9th. You don’t have to have completed (or even started) your item to submit the form – but your creation will need to be ready for judging by the morning of Saturday August 24th. I will not be accepting late entries this year, so please do get your forms in on time.

Prize categories will include Best Primary Entry, Best Secondary Entry, Best First Time Entry, Best Interpretation of the Theme, Best Use of Paper or Plastic, Best Use of Fibre or Fabric, and Most Avant-Garde.

Any questions or if you want an entry form, email me at HokitikaJunk2Funk@gmail.com

Happy creating!!!


Left Bank Art Gallery – Greymouth

We are located on the left bank of the Grey/Mawhera River, in the heart of Greymouth. The gallery is housed in an historic building built in 1924 – the former Bank of New Zealand. The main gallery displays regular exhibits of contemporary New Zealand paintings, prints, photography, sculpture and crafts, with an emphasis on local content.

Our Box Gallery allows for new, emerging artists a comfy space to exhibit.

The Gallery Shop offers hand crafted work in textiles, jewellery, jade, vintage pendants and carvings along with a fine selection of paintings and prints. The gallery also has  a picture framing service available for artists and the general public.

An expanding national collection of Greenstone/Pounamu is a major feature of this gallery, with works from throughout New Zealand, including two large boulders that toured New Zealand to be worked on by nine leading carvers as a New Zealand project. The Pounamu Collection showcases the country’s finest jade works, some selected from the Contemporary Stone Awards.

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