The restoration of Christchurch’s city centre and the new University of Canterbury (UC) Arts Centre campus feature an acoustically designed recital room, soundproof studios, a 50-person attic lecture space, and the James Logie Memorial Collection, housed in the new Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities.
“The Teeces… say the arts inspire imagination the city will need as it regrows. They hope the collection at their namesake museum can keep that perspective front of mind. ‘It should be a reminder that greatness doesn’t last forever, that we can’t take our civilisation for granted.'”
Read more in the Christchurch Weekend Press.