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23 Jan - 6 Feb 2023

Daily exhibition: 10am - 4pm, 

Sunday 5th Feb 9:30am - 6pm

Monday 6th Feb 9:30am - 7:30pm ~ Final Day, Celebrating with wine and nibbles from 5:30pm, All Welcome

Location: Hauraki House, Coromandel Town

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Special Women's Workshop 30th Jan

“Just 6 million years ago, a single female ape had two daughters.  One became the ancestor of all chimpanzees, the other is our own grandmother.”

~ Yuval Noah Harari (Sapiens A Brief History of Humankind)


GALLERY HOURS from the 24th January are 10am to 4pm.  Late night viewings TBC. 

Date: Monday 23rd January
Time: 5:30 to 7pm, please arrive ready for the ceremony to begin at 5:45pm.
This opening will be different. A blessing ceremony to honour all the women of our bloodlines. I will speak briefly about the journey into being of ‘Womb Women’.  The atmosphere will be soft, a quietened space held with a sense of reverence for the work itself.  All welcome. (no alcohol)

Date: Friday 27th January
Time: 5:30 to 7:30pm
This is the good’ole light-hearted traditional ‘Wine and Nibbles’ social opening. All welcome.

‘WOMB WOMEN’ ~ WOMEN’S WORKSHOP (co-facilitated by Jade Faerie-Air) (cancelled)
Date: Monday 30th January (Normal gallery viewing will be closed this day)
Time: 10am to 2:30pm
Cost: $60 (covers all supplies, materials and firing)
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Date: Monday 6th February
Time: 5:30 to 7:30pm
I would like to end well.  A celebratory drinks and nibbles evening to mark the completion of this exhibition, honouring the two-year creative journey that has birthed ‘Womb Women’ into being.

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“Stories matter, you see.  They’re not just entertainment – stories matter because humans are narrative creatures.  It’s not simply that we like to tell stories, and to listen to them: it’s that narrative is hard-wired into us.  It’s a function of our biology, and the way our brains have evolved over time … if the mythology and history of our culture includes women who are wise, women who are powerful and strong, it opens up a space for women to live up to those stories: to become wise, and powerful and strong.  To be taken seriously, and to have our voices heard.”

~ Sharon Blackie (If Women Rose Rooted)

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