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Post  Ev Thu 13 Jan - 9:46

BORREN, Ms Anne Marie (Anneke)
For services to ceramic art

Ms Anneke Borren has been creating ceramic artwork in New Zealand for more than 55 years.

Ms Borren has been involved with studio ceramics since migrating in 1963 and established Chez-Moi Ceramics in 1969. She was Wellington Delegate to the New Zealand Society of Potters for nine years. She was Vice President of the Society from 1994 to 1996 and President from 1997 to 2000. She was a Pottery Lecturer at Whitirea Polytechnic in Wellington from 1988 to 1993 and was a member of the Council of New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts from 1989 to 1991. Her work appears in collections nationally and internationally, including Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand Embassy collections worldwide, Australian craft museums, and private collections in countries including Denmark, Germany, Canada and Indonesia. She was a sculptor with Wellington’s bi-annual Tareitanga stone symposium from 1995 to 2003. In 1977, she was commissioned by the Ministry of Works to produce a range of ceramic furnishings for the then newly designed ‘Beehive’, the Executive Wing of New Zealand’s Parliament Buildings. She participates in the Kapiti and Porirua City Arts Trails and in 2020 she mentored at Driving Creek Pottery in the Coromandel. Ms Borren was made a Life Member of the New Zealand Society of Potters (now Ceramics New Zealand) in 2011.
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