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SUMMER SCHOOL

5 - 17 JANUARY 2021

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2021 YEAR-LONG COURSE
INTERVIEW DATES

Painting 1 Start-Up 
Saturday 31 October 10am - 4pm

Painting 2 Painter’s Progress 
Sunday 1 November 10am - 4pm

Painting 3 Painter’s Studio 
Saturday 7 November 10am - 4pm

Painting 4: Professional Practice 
Sunday 8 November 10am - 4pm

All levels 
Monday 2 & 9 November 9am - 1pm

Tuesday 3 & 17 November 5pm - 9pm

Wednesday 4 November 10am - 2pm

Thursday 5 November 1pm - 4pm

 

If the dates above are unsuitable, please email 
us to arrange an alternative date.

Wallace Awards 2020 - finalists

CONGRATULATIONS!

2020 AWARD FINALISTS

Matthew Browne and Alexis Neal are finalists in the WALLACE ART AWARDS

Alexis Neal

With Horizontals [detail]

printed hand-woven whariki
300gsm Hahnemühle paper 2000 x 500mm

Matthew Browne 

Onism [detail]

vinyl tempera & oil on linen 1800 x 1600mm

 

PAINTING & PRINTMAKING AWARD FINALISTS: 
Matthew Browne, Alexis Neal, Krystie Wade
and student Terri Greenem

WALKER & HALL WAIHEKE ART AWARD BSA-associated finalists
Tara McGibbon, Mo Stewart, Birgit Cameron, 
Maggie McGregor, Hazel Foot, Sarah Guppy, 
Zoe Nash, Kathy Barber, Sue Reidy. 

(Read more)

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BSA MEMBERSHIP

BENEFITS

Join one of our BSA Membership plans and receive discounts, exhibiting opportunities 
and a package of additional school benefits:

• Use of the student access studio and all

school facilities 7 days/week, 9am-9pm
@ $10/hr


• 10%,12% or 15% discount on term & short courses

• Exhibit in our exclusive BSA Members' Show

• Receive a canvas BSA tote bag or apron 

Sign up at top right of page at:

BSA MEMBERSHIP PLANS

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URBAN GUERRILLA

Matthew Carter teaches 
'Urban Guerrilla: Re-imagining the Everyday'.

Here he is in action, in a short video, painting a bird's eye view of
Kitchener Street, Auckland City:

Kitchener Street, high view

To know more you can

re-imagine the everyday here

Bridget Williams with Bridget by Judith

COMMUNITY SPIRIT

In the spirit of community and to enable less

financially fortunate students, our voluntary donations system allows for a $10 contribution as part of course bookingIf you have a Community Services card, BSA could assist you with your course fees (please come and talk to us, or email to let us know).

So far this year, thanks to generous donors, we have assisted 6 students to access our art classes with $1000.

More community spirit sees Bridget Williams, barista extraordinaire from our favourite local café Charlie Boys, captured on canvas by Judith Milner (Year-long Painting 3)

Image: Bridget with "Bridget" by Judith.

​© Browne School of Art Ltd

194 Great North Road 

Grey Lynn 

Auckland 1021

New Zealand

Ph: 09 378 8985

Company No.4612270

2013-2020- All rights reserved

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