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Curatorial Panel

Meet our Curatorial Panel for the 2021/2020 exhibition.

Linda Tyler

Linda Tyler studied art history at the Universities of Canterbury and Auckland and completed her Ph.D. on nineteenth-century botanist and museum worker John Buchanan, and her MA on émigré architect Ernst Plischke. She is currently the convenor of Museums and Cultural Heritage at the University of Auckland. As a curator, her recent projects include Tākiri: an unfurling, an exhibition of contemporary Māori art at the New Zealand Maritime Museum, and a small exhibition of early works by Anne Hamblett for Michael Lett Gallery in Auckland. She has been a co-curator of the biennial event Sculpture in the Garden since 2015 and really enjoys working with the artists, the Friends of the Gardens, and the Botanic Gardens staff.
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Ioane Ioane

Catherine Hamilton is a Landscape Architect with over 33 years’ experience. Throughout her career she has delivered numerous award-winning projects both large and small across Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Catherine is passionate about the power of landscape architecture to positively impact our landscapes and communities. Whether returning laughter to the broken city through her design for Takaro-a-Poi/Margaret Mahy Family Playground in Christchurch, or re-imagining a tourism future underpinned by authentic values for Piopiotahi/Milford Sound, her work is motivated by her love of our people, our place.

Catherine’s relationship with Auckland Botanic Gardens spans almost 20 years. Her designs include the internationally awarded Threatened Native Plant Garden. She also worked in collaboration with a passionate team of artists, architects, council staff, and the Friends of the Botanic Gardens to help deliver the much loved and celebrated Huakaiwaka visitor centre.
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Catherine Hamilton

Catherine Hamilton is a Landscape Architect with over 33 years’ experience. Throughout her career she has delivered numerous award-winning projects both large and small across Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Catherine is passionate about the power of landscape architecture to positively impact our landscapes and communities. Whether returning laughter to the broken city through her design for Takaro-a-Poi/Margaret Mahy Family Playground in Christchurch, or re-imagining a tourism future underpinned by authentic values for Piopiotahi/Milford Sound, her work is motivated by her love of our people, our place.

Catherine’s relationship with Auckland Botanic Gardens spans almost 20 years. Her designs include the internationally awarded Threatened Native Plant Garden. She also worked in collaboration with a passionate team of artists, architects, council staff, and the Friends of the Botanic Gardens to help deliver the much loved and celebrated Huakaiwaka visitor centre.
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