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Hutt Heritage - Architectural & Social Upheaval In the Hutt

Hutt Heritage - Architectural & Social Upheaval In the Hutt

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  • Sun 28 Oct ’18, 1:50pm – 2:15pm


About Space Pop-up, 132 High Street, Lower Hutt


All Ages

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  • Free Admission


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To celebrate Hutt Heritage Week, the Architectural and Social Upheaval in the Hutt exhibition's speaker series.

The exhibition and series of talks captures the work of a group of Lower Hutt architects, an artist, musician and motorbike rider who lived and worked in Lower Hutt in the 1950s. It was an era of radical and exciting new ideas in the Hutt - buildings were curved and set in park like settings and the place was alive with new bands, motorbikes and the milk bar social scene.

Gregory Smith - Sunday, 28 October

Gregory will talk about "Murals & Modernism", looking at mural artist and designer Guy Ngan. Gregory was born in Whanganui and attended Onslow College, Wellington before becoming involved with Wellington Arts Centre Trust (1988) as mural painter and video technician. He worked in film and television industry before opening 'Indiecator - Furniture & Design' gallery in Vivian St (1992) the capitals first gallery dedicated solely to New Zealand 3 Dimensional design and craft works.

He moved to Auckland to attend Unitec's glass and sculpture courses under tutelage of Warren Viscoe and Ann Robinson before becoming technician and exhibition designer at Auckland Museum. In addition to curating exhibitions and documenting 'at risk' works, he has become a primary resource for researchers and those interested the arts and architecture of the mid century period.

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