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Belonging (Winter), Queenstown

Mandy’s Queenstown landscape paintings were illuminated onto the historic Post Office, highlighting how art, history, architecture and landscape can come together for the enjoyment of the community. Confirming a strong sense of identity, a connection to Queenstown’s iconic landscape and the knowledge that belonging comes in many forms.

BELONGING (QUEENIE WEEKEND), QUEENSTOWN

On October 16-17th 2020, a community art event was created by Queenstown’s artists and galleries and The Unconformity to celebrate all things Queenie. Belonging, a temporary digital light installation, was Mandy’s contribution to this spontaneous, artistic weekend.

IN CONVERSATION WITH MANDY HUNNIFORD, QUEEN VICTORIA MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY, LAUNCESTON

In conversation with Mandy Hunniford and Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre representative, Annie Reynolds and Midlands farmer and land conservationist, Julian von Bibra at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston Held in the Portrait of Colonial Tasmania gallery this conversation was in response to Mandy’s exhibition The Midlands: Whimsy and Pathos shown at the QVMAG. …

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PROJECTION OF IN MEMORIAM – MT. LYELL MINE DISASTER 1912 FOR QUEENSTOWN FESTIVAL

In Memoriam – A large scale projection of the painting In Memoriam – Mt. Lyell Mine Disaster 1912  will be projected onto the wall behind the Galley Museum on the eve of the centenary of the mine disaster. The projection will be shown on the 12th and 13th of October with the support of the Queenstown Heritage and Arts Festival, …

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PAINTING FOR FINE ART AUCTION, QUEENSTOWN

Painting donated by Mandy Hunniford for the Queenstown Heritage & Arts Festival as part of their Festival Gala Evening on Saturday 13thOctober Proceeds from the auction support the Queenstown Heritage & Arts Festival Photo: Kim Eijdenberg courtesy of Queenstown Arts and Heritage Festival