Friday, April 24, 2009

Raymond Boyce: Sculpting the Empty Space

We are pleased to be able to support the opening night of Raymond Boyce's exhibition 'Sculpting the Empty Space' at Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School.

In 2009, Dr Raymond Boyce, one of New Zealand's first professional theatre designers, gifted 9 sets of models to the NZ Drama School. The exhibition is a public acknowledgement of Dr Boyce's generous gift and consists of the 9 gifted models with three additional models loaned by the Royal New Zealand Ballet and Victoria University of Wellington, including relevant production documentation.

With Dr Boyce's association with Wellington's Downstage Theatre, and with Michael Seresin's father Harry Seresin, we're especially pleased that guests at the opening night function will be enjoying Seresin wines.

The exhibition opens on May 2nd and runs until May 9th at Toi Whakaari: NZ Drama School, 11 Hutchison Road in Newtown, Wellington.

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