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                                     Tyne Gordon, Double Dribble, installation image: Lucinda Webber


Tyne Gordon, Double Dribble
Ilam Campus Gallery, School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury
22 February – 22 March 2019


"’s an absurdist exercise in ambiguous relationships between the mortal flesh, the natural world, and the artifice of art..." Andrew Paul Wood.




Tyne Gordon's Double Dribble and the 'Artifice of Art.'

The recipient of the Olivia Spencer Bower Award 2018, Tyne Gordon's installation, 'Double Dribble' at the Ilam Campus Gallery closes this Friday 22 March. Make the time to visit. Keep Reading


Gareth Brighton at Chambers Gallery - More than a Necessary Distraction

Recent Paintings by Gareth Brighton at Chambers Gallery until 23 March 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


ZAFFA19 Finalists Award Exhibition

The Zonta Ashburton Female Art Award seeks to raise the status of female visual artists working in the wider Canterbury area and acknowledges excellence in emerging and mid-career female artists as well as providing a platform for female youth. Keep Reading


Book Launch- ‘Frensham- A New Zealand Garden’ by Margaret Long & Juliet Nicholas

Margaret Long tells the story of one of New Zealand’s finest gardens. Photographs by Juliet Nicholas Keep Reading


Julie Humby A Life Less Ordinary at Chamber Gallery Rangiora

An exhibition of a cabinet of curiosities from glass artist and sculptor, Julie Humby 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


Emma Fitts | Towards Another Figure

Emma Fitts’ visual arts practice blurs the boundaries of textiles, craft and sculpture and celebrates the tactility and inherent history of materials. Keep Reading


MATERIALS- HOLIDAY - Tatyanna Meharry Ceramics

Form Gallery is pleased to announce that we are hosting ceramicist Tatyanna Meharry for a solo exhibition throughout March Keep Reading


Paintings by Gavin Chai in the group exhibition- Character Study- the figure in action and inaction

A group exhibition themed around figure painting with work by Nigel Wilson, Philip Beadle, Quillian Collister and Gavin Chai opens in March at Arts in Oxford Gallery Keep Reading



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