Event Details


Join curator Julie Catchpole and renowned artists Euan Macleod, David Ryan, Christine Boswijk and Craig Potton for an engaging floor talk on Fire & Ice.

Euan Macleod, all the way from Australia, will share his artistic journey alongside Craig Potton, discussing their captivating work and the remarkable collaborative project they have been crafting inspired by their adventures in the breathtaking Southern Alps.

Christine Boswijk’s contrasting super-sized bowls capture the dichotomy of fire and ice. Her journey in clay began in the late 1970s. Today, her work exploits the rich organic and textural potential of clay to reflect the fragile beauty of the natural world, and allegorically, the human condition.

David Ryan’s interests include the travels of 19th-century explorers, adventurers, and surveyor artists, such as John Gully; their map-making, topographical images and notations.

This is a non-ticketed event open to all.
Without your generous support, events like these are not possible.
A suggested koha of $5 would be appreciated.


  • Free - Koha Appreciated


  • Tue 13 Jun


  • 12:10 pm — 1:10 pm


  • 208 Bridge Street
  • Whakatū, Nelson