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CS News issue 17 - September 2004

This edition is designed to open the door of The Suter Te Aratoi o Whakatu (Nelson's public art museum) and some of the issues dear to its heart and the history it sits on.



Walking past each other
Previewing the exhibition A turn in the garden, your Grace? this article discusses the drama surrounding the proposed redevelopment of the Suter. Central to this drama are ideas of history, place and identity.



Helen Telford
The director of The Suter Te Aratoi o Whakatu shares her personal vision for the art museum and the upcoming exhibition
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Jonathan Mane-Wheoki
The new director of Art and Visual Culture at the Musuem of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa on the challenges and responsibilities of his role
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Allie Eagle
The managing artist for A turn in the garden, your Grace? on the selection process, motivations and desired outcomes of the exhibition. She also shares how her faith has changed the way she makes art
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Exhibition reviews

My new horizons
Dawn Mann at the Aigantighe gallery, Timaru

Signs and wonders/He tohu he ohorere
Supernatural encounters through art and taonga at Te Papa Tongarewa

Necessary protection
Tim Brown at the Campbell Grant gallery, Christchurch


Film reviews

Allie Eagle and Me
Directed by Briar March

Whale Rider
Directed by Niki Caro


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