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Back to the Whenua By Virginia Were Lonnie Hutchinson spent a lot of time sitting at a desk in the corridor - she was banished from the classroom for having a bad attitude. Aged 16 she left…

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Back to the Whenua
By Virginia Were

Lonnie Hutchinson spent a lot of time sitting at a desk in the corridor - she was banished from the classroom for having a bad attitude. Aged 16 she left school and started work as an assistant pattern grader with Earlybird Fashions - thus winning a bet with her teacher that she wouldn't be able to get a job.

Go to Lonnie Hutchinson for full story.

Image: Four of the Sista7 cone-like structures made from building paper cut into patterns derived from kowhaiwhai.

ART NEWS Winter 2004 issue out now
Read more....www.artnews.co.nzBack to the Whenua
By Virginia Were

Lonnie Hutchinson spent a lot of time sitting at a desk in the corridor - she was banished from the classroom for having a bad attitude. Aged 16 she left school and started work as an assistant pattern grader with Earlybird Fashions - thus winning a bet with her teacher that she wouldn't be able to get a job.

Go to Lonnie Hutchinson for full story.

Image: Four of the Sista7 cone-like structures made from building paper cut into patterns derived from kowhaiwhai.

ART NEWS Winter 2004 issue out now
Read more....www.artnews.co.nzNew Zealands leading contemporary art magazine brings you interviews, features, articles and a calendar of upcoming arts events throughout the country.

In this issue we profile Christchurch-based artist Lonnie Hutchinson and find out what is feeding her art practice. We also visit Simon Kaan's Dunedin studio.
Features include the NZ-Asian connection profiling Luise Fong, Yuk King Tan and Jae Hoon Lee. We talk to the Three Dons, senior artists Binney, Driver and Peebles about their brilliant careers.

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Arts Work Project

18 Jun 2004

Interests Creative Industries development