Exhibition events

 

 
 

Te Kupenga for visually impaired audiences

This summer Te Kupenga Stone Sculpture Symposium returns to New Plymouth’s Coastal Walkway, showcasing the talent of local, national and international stone sculptors. Take a touch and an audio described tour of the sculpture symposium and meet the artists Keep Reading

 

Las Krassel Exhibition

Vincents Gallery presents an exhibition of new artworks by Las Krassel. Las' paintings mostly depict Wellington city scenes, and his fantastical ceramic mugs are unique works of art.... Keep Reading

 

The Mechanical Circus: low sensory evenings

Experience The Mechanical Circus exhibition at Puke Ariki Museum without the noise and bright lights. Keep Reading

 

Why is matter so intelligent, though? - Amy Jean Barnett

An exhibition of new sound works by Amy Jean Barnett, the Toi Pōneke NZSM Te Kōki Sound Artist in Residence 2019-20. Keep Reading

 

Beautiful Balloons

Have an immersive inflatable experience wandering through Periphery by Seung Yul Oh. Come and see Nigel Kennedy perform magic, sculpting balloons, and learn how to make your own classic balloon dog. Keep Reading

 

A Regency Tea Party

Step back in time and experience a Jane Austen themed tea party. Hear stories and secrets from the curators of Be Persuaded. Keep Reading

 

Begonia and Fuchsia Show

Stunning display of seasonal blooms and other plants. Keep Reading

 

Please Do Touch exhibition in Hamilton

Yaniv Janson's Please Do Touch exhibition will open on 9 January at ArtsPost, the gallery of the Waikato Museum in Hamilton. The exhibition features a series of paintings that explore United Nations Sustainable Development Goals such as climate change, water quality, oceanic ecological systems, poverty and sustainable cities. Keep Reading

 

Roar Mince Pies Christmas Show

Roar Gallery has their annual Roar Mince Pies show on now through to 25 January 2020. Keep Reading

 

If these walls could talk, they'd tell you my name - Jasmine Togo-Brisby

An exhibition of new public art works by Jasmine Togo-Brisby Keep Reading

 

Our Moon- Then, Now & Beyond

Our Moon presents the story of our people’s long relationship with the Moon, our present understanding and our visions of the future. Keep Reading

 

Ngā Hau Ngākau

Luminous paintings, intricately carved taong pūoro and beautiful music are woven together to form the extraordinary exhibition Ngā Hau Ngākau (Breath of Mine). Keep Reading

 

Be Persuaded

To mark the 200th anniversary of her passing, Dressing Austrailia Museum of Costume has designed a rare and wonderful exhibition bringing Jane Austen to life in original fashion of the era. Keep Reading

 

Periphery

Seung Yul Oh's interactive sculpture Periphery, brings his playfulness to the gallery. Keep Reading

 
 
 
 

 

 
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