Art Ache returns this July, with an intimate performance by Julia Deans

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The line-up for Auckland’s Winter Art Ache has been revealed. Headlining artist Judy Darragh will be supported by artist’s Paula Friis, Katharine Atafu-Mayo, Olyvia Hong, Karen Rubado and Greg Page.

As well as Julia Deans, who will be performing a selection of songs from her latest album, including The Panic, the video for which consists of hand-drawn animation by artist Greg Page about the discovery and management of anxiety.

The event has been curated by Natalie Tozer.

Of the line-up, creative director Aimee Ralfini says: “Natalie has brought together a comprehensive collection of striking artists, who present an interesting story around the discipline of career creativity, the obstacles faced by ever-reducing institutional support, and the reality of making ends meet. This, in turn, reiterates the point of Art Ache – to generate a wider awareness of artists’ work and share their story, in order to aid them in their creative journey.”

Art Ache

Thursday 26th July: LOT23, 23 Minnie St, Eden Terrace, Auckland - 5:00–8:00pm,
  
ON-SALE  /  Selected artworks, studio treasures at entry level prices. Limited Art Ache collector prints are also available nationwide for $50 each, from Sunday 8th for the month of July at artache.com.

This event is FREE entry and non-ageist. BRING CASH.

In an effort to make art and culture part of the everyday conversation in New Zealand, Art Ache provides young art lovers and future patrons a rare opportunity to meet a selection of this country’s brightest creatives. We believe at the core of every happy healthy society is a strong connection with its cultural ambassadors. Through Art Ache, we aim to assist intellectual and creative development, for the betterment of the local community and wider society.