The Resene New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architecture Awards 2019 dinner will be held on Friday 8th November 2019 at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.
The Awards dinner is made possible through the generous sponsorship of Resene (naming rights sponsor) and Playground Centre (dinner sponsor).
The evening is a 'black tie', will start at 6.30pm and is a mix and mingle style event open to all conference delegates with everyone seated during the Awards presentations.
Awards dinner ticket: $135 + gst each
Student Awards dinner ticket $80 + gst each
Reserved Table of Ten: $1500 + gst per table
Individual tickets and Student tickets - a seating plan will be on display at the dinner showing which table you have been allocated to sit at.
Reserved tables will have a premium position close to the stage and branded with your company logo.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- Once booked and invoiced, tickets for the NZILA Awards Dinner are non-refundable.
- Payment must be received by 20th of the month following receipt of invoice, or at the very latest, by 31st October 2019. No attendance for unpaid tickets.
- Tickets may be assigned to a person other than the purchaser, however, NZILA must be notified of the change prior to Friday 1 November 2019.
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū is a landmark building for the city.
Featuring a spectacular flowing glass and metal façade that evokes the sinuous form of the koru and Christchurch's River Avon, the building houses nine exhibition areas, a reference library, auditorium, education workrooms, restaurant, shops and extensive collection storage. Exhibition spaces are arranged across two floors, connected by a dramatic marble staircase rising from the NZI foyer.
Visitors are welcomed by a large gateway sculpture, Reasons for voyaging, a collaboration between Canterbury sculptor Graham Bennett and architect, David Cole. The Gallery forecourt incorporates plantings, seating areas and sculptural works. Work No. 2314 by Martin Creed spans the south facing wall of the Gallery.
The Māori name, Te Puna o Waiwhetū, relates to the life-giving properties of the artesian spring on which the Gallery is built and our role in contributing to the cultural wellbeing of the community.