'Remu-WearIt' is a Wearable Arts Trail featuring garments created by Year 8 and 9 students from Diocesan School and WOW finalist Sally Blyth. The exhibition runs until May 27th at fourteen locations throughout Remuera.
Sally Blyth facilitated a Wearable Arts Programme with 20 girls in Years 8 & 9 at Diocesan School during March 2015, part of the school’s Gifted and Talented ‘Da Vinci’ programme, coordinated by Kathryn Seagrave.
Inspired by a visit to the WOW Exhibition at Auckland Museum, the girls created five fabulous wearable arts garments over four sessions which are now part of the Remu-WearIt exhibiton. Click on a location below for more details, or scan the QR code on shop windows where the garments are displayed.