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Artists Alliance is fundraising to raise critical support in order to continue providing services to the visual arts community.
Some of these services include information and resources relevant to the visual arts sector. For example, Artists Alliance has hosted 28 recent graduates on the brokered Internship programme piloting in 2011 and then 2014-2017. Graduates of this programme are working at the likes of Artspace, St Paul St, Auckland Art Gallery, Waikato Museum, Wallace Arts Trust, Te Tuhi and Artists Alliance amongst others. One is studying at the Courtauld Institute in London. Another is exhibiting on the international art stage.
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In 2016, Evan Woodruffe had four sell-out exhibitions, including in Melbourne, Beijing, and at the Auckland Art Fair. In September, he will present a giant fifteen square metre installation of paintings at Sydney Contemporary Art Fair. We have secured an exclusive look at this work as it nears completion at Akepiro Studios, with a conversation with the artist, and included in the ticket price, the chance to take home a work specially created for this Artists Alliance fundraiser.
With his next public shows booked for Hong Kong and Beijing in 2018, this is a rare chance to see Evan’s work in his home town.
Evan Woodruffe initiated Akepiro Studios in 2007, and today this light industrial space provides work space for fourteen artists. The artists have painting and small sculpture practices, ranging from the serious beginner to seasoned professionals. Alongside Evan, current artists are Leigh Martin, Annamirl Hunter, Robert Frazer, Suzanne Laidlaw, Janelle Wills, Marcel Kalma, Paul Johnston, Sarah Cooper, Sarah Williams, Toby Raine, John Nicol, Roseline Klein, and Jack Cathro.
Some of these artists will also be present on July 8.