Thursday, April 24, 2008
Image: 'Mum and Mona' - photographer - Mr Jack Harris.
On loan from New Zealand's 'National Portrait Gallery' is this highly prized portrait of Mrs Mary-Lou Harris, prominent philanthropist and shameless bureaucrat, on another one of her 'Gallery Tours'.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2008
In addition to the actual grants made by the Board, the Units' Master has, upon the Board's recommendation, sanctioned the issue to Units' holding under the Mobile Gallery Units of New Zealand of numerous appeals made by Units of Sister constitutions.
The Unit Master said it was now his pleasing duty to propose a toast which he felt certain all the members would delight to honor.
Songs were contributed at intervals during the evening by brother Chad Hampson, and sister Alla Sosnovskaia.
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Monday, April 21, 2008
Prominent scientists mustered at MGU this morning for morning tea.
Turns out they're all quite tired of blue sky, and in a position to do something about it! We left them bickering over pastels and primaries, but with assurances that come May, there will be a 'Variation on Blue'.
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Monday, April 14, 2008
The gallery's guest curator [name withheld] probes art community for art that deals with 'place' without being 'too site specific or self referential', for art that 'critiques specificity' without 'becoming irrelevant', that 'comes from the heart' without 'pulling the heart strings', that is 'neither one thing or the other, but still something'.
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Monday, April 7, 2008
This week MGU presents "4 blue-eyed kittens on blue". Curator of the show Ms Wiseman continues her fascination with baby animals.
Her long term dream of a TV channel dedicated exclusively to baby animals has the full support of MGU, who plan to release a feature length documentary on the activities of the kittens.
[Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org]
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