Kete: Considering Craft
Art Fair Symposium: Lecture Series, Workshop and Debate.
27 FEBRUARY - 2 MARCH 2014
Open daily 10am - 5pm
Kete is a four day art fair, lecture series and workshop that brings together leading galleries and
international and national craft and design commentators, curators and artists.
Kete is for arts enthusiasts and collectors - all who are interested in the arts, craft and domestic
design. Kete features 14 leading galleries and the work of more than 40 artists.
Lecture series, discussion and workshop
The lecture series aims to bring together current thinking and ideas about craft in the Pacific region.
These include how current criticism and the agenda of museums and galleries in collecting and
valuing craft and objects in exhibitions, the international context of craft in relation to New Zealand
and the distinct ways in which craft and objects acquire meaning and value.
For more information and bookings for selected lectures see: www.nzafa.com and contact
firstname.lastname@example.org Admission: $5.00
For anyone who missed out on Yuji Akimoto's presentation at KETE, see the link below
Front of House
General FOH duties such as opening and closing, confidence making sales of art works and taking and recording payments etc.
Additional skills/experience required:
- Intermediate computer skills
- Good attention to detail and accurate record keeping
- Confidence and initiative when working alone but also enjoys working within a small friendly team
A passion for or interest in the arts, especially New Zealand art, would be advantageous/is desired. As would marketing/writing/proofing skills be valuable.
Email email@example.com for further info or to request an application form.
We now have a mailing list for people interested in our programme and special offers.
For sales enquiries contact Natalie Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to show new work or projects in Wellington? Check out our new permanent hireage gallery, LightSpace, for 2013 and beyond. Find out more