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Exhibitions – Galleries – Studios – Street Art – Art in Public Places – Ōtautahi Christchurch and Canterbury




  1. William Wegman, Constructivism, 2014, pigment print, credit @William Wegman, courtesy of the artist





William Wegman:  His First Dog was a Genuis

An interview with Renowned American Artist William Wegman


William Wegman's, Being Human is an international touring

exhibition of his photographs of his  Weimaraner Dogs. 

Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu

Cnr Worcester Boulevard and Montreal Street,
Christchurch 8140

6 April – 28 July





An Invitation to local Ōtautahi artists to contribute to Love Lives Here

Love Lives Here CoCA opens its gallery walls for people to write their own words in response to the attacks of March 15th and invites local artists to raise their response high in the Mair Gallery - ladders and scaffolding provided Keep Reading


Roy Good

Roy Good Parallel Lines is a survey exhibition of 5 decades of work by the artist toured by Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery, Auckland. Keep Reading


Sculpture on the Peninsula 2019 - A Call to Artists for Submissions

Submissions from artists for Sculpture on the Peninsula are requested now. For conditions and details of entry go to: Artists are requested to supply photographs and or working drawing with their submission no later than 5th July 2019. Please post or email to: Gill Hay, 47... Keep Reading


Support the Permanent Installation of David McCracken's Diminish and Ascend in Kiosk Lake, Botanic Gardens

Christchurch City Council announced in 2018 that David McCracken's "Diminish and Ascend" is to become a permanent public artwork for Christchurch - SCAPE is seeking support for the necessary funds to secure its permanent foundation in Kiosk Lake. Keep Reading


Joel Hart exploring Materials and Processes in New Works at Fiksate Gallery

Dopamine - An exhibition of new works by Joel Hart that suggest new directions. Keep Reading


One 1ndividual - Jewellery by Koji Miyazaki, Sophie Divett and Ryan Dewsbury

The three artists of Workshop@468 behind Form Gallery are bringing their individual contemporary jewellery styles together for an exhibition throughout April. Keep Reading


Summer blockbuster put together by Te Papa and Ngāi Tahu- Kura Pounamu

A touring exhibition curated by Te Papa and Ngāi Tahu opens at the Canterbury Museum. Kura Pounamu: Our Treasured Stone featured over 800 years of the art of pounamu. Keep Reading


Putting Ngāi Tahu’s Footprint back on Te Waipounamu - Kā Huru Manu Ngāi Tahu Cultural Mapping Project

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Archives Manager, Takerei Norton describes the 40 years of progress that have led to Ngāi Tahu's map of Te Waipounamu (the South Island) and the placement of 5,000 Māori names of sites, river, mountains and streams Keep Reading



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