Autumn represents change. The air is crisper, the leaves turn golden and begin to fall. Autumn reminds us that just as the seasons change, our bodies, minds, and surroundings are always developing.
The Learning Connexion School of Creativity and Art is celebrating the season of change in their latest student exhibition Autumn Journeys.
“All of our students at the Learning Connexion (TLC) are on their own creative journey,” says Johannes Mueller-Welschof, Community Liaison Facilitator at TLC.
“From Certificate level right through to the Advanced Diploma of Art and Creativity, our students always speak of the development and transformation they see in their work, so it feels fitting to celebrate that change in this, our Autumn exhibition.”
With over a hundred works of art from TLC’s onsite and distance delivery students, the exhibition presents a diverse collection from across the creative disciplines, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, jewellery, illustration and photography.
“TLC has a proud history of developing artists who think outside the block, and take creative risks. If you love art you don’t want to miss this. If you are curious about what TLC has to offer, and how we could help with your own creative journey, then this is the time to visit our campus,” says Johannes.
Autumn Journeys opens on the evening of Thursday 2 April at TLC’s campus in the lush native bush of Taita, in the Hutt Valley.
Autumn Journeys – an exhibition by the students of The Learning Connexion
Opening Thursday 2 April 2020, from 6pm-9pm.
Exhibition open - Friday 3 to Sunday 5 April from 10am-4pm.
The Learning Connexion School of Creativity and Art, 182 Eastern Hutt Road, Taita, Lower Hutt.
Ceramics by Christine Winbush, New Zealand Diploma in Creativity (Level 6)
Poster artwork by Sebastien Nicholas Jaunas, Advanced Diploma of Art and Creativity (Level 7)