During the wintery months of July, August and September, the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design is inviting everyone along to to warm up with a visually stimulating series of travel adventures.
Starting this Friday, you can armchair travel your way through the ruins and galleries of the Mediterranean and Egypt with Gill Hubble and Join Michael Milojevic as he recounts his study tour of regenerating historic buildings in Iberia in the 21st Century.
You can also absorb the photographs taken by artist Nicky Freeman during her residency in France, Tony van Raat’s pictures of modernism in Tuscan architecture and Simon Carnachan's trip through Italy, Yugoslavia and Greece.
Date: Commencing this Friday, July 23 (eight talks in total)
When: All talks start at 12noon
Where: Grey Lynn Community Centre.
Cost: $35 per talk (includes a light lunch)
To book, call the Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts on 577 0138.
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