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Lee Robinson beach artwork exhibition

Please join Lee Robinson for the opening of her exhibition at Otaki Museum on Saturday 25th May. The exhibition starts 26 May 2019 and features paintings inspired by life at her new hometown of Otaki Beach. Lee is an established painter who has moved recently from Wellington to live at Ōtaki Beach, after holidaying here with her family for... Keep Reading


Topp Twins Go Country at Staglands

Monday 3rd June, Queen’s Birthday Weekend will see NZ icons, The Topp Twins, Go Country at Staglands Wildlife Reserve as part of the Expressions exhibition they are proudly supporting! Come to The Barn from 12-2pm for a meet & greet, fabulous photo opportunity and some general shenanigans! Normal admission charges to The Reserve apply. Keep Reading


Press Any Key* at Mapura Studios

Māpura Studios presents Press Any Key* an exhibition of new work made collaboratively by artists across our studio programme. Reflecting the plurality of artistic worlds fashioned day to day at Māpura, in this show our artists utilise a range of digital technologies alongside traditional media to construct an immersive, group-developed... Keep Reading


rauropi [I II III] - Jason Wright

Rauropi [ I II III ] is an installation by Jason Wright, made up of a series of object integrated sound sculptures. This new work builds upon Wellington-based sound artist Jason Wright’s interest in object-integrated sound sculpture and multichannel audio. Wright works with found wood and organic matter, manipulating Keep Reading


Greywacke Love Poems - Raewyn Martyn

An exhibition of new works by Raewyn Martyn that explore the south coast of Wellington. Greywacke Love Poems  have developed through experimentation with mineral pigments, plant-based polymers and photography, Re-positioning Wellington’s South Coast in the city’s urban centre. Keep Reading


Sense Art: audio described and tactile tour

Join a Govett-Brewster team member for a free touch and audio described tour of our current exhibitions. No knowledge of art is needed. Guide dogs are welcome. Keep Reading


German Fair- Playgroup Fundraiser

Come along to the annual German Fair and support the annual German playgroup. For preloved children’s toys, books, clothes and delicious food and more! Keep Reading


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