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



                                   Hannah Kidd, The Watchmen, 2019, found objects, fuel tanks and corrugated iron.









Sculpture on the Peninsula was established in 2000 and is the largest sculpture exhibition in Te Wai Pounamu the South Island.   


Event manager Gill Hay has been overseeing Sculpture on the Peninsula for the past nineteen years and she says that this year ‘surpassed all our expectations. The diversity and standard of submissions was outstanding.’ 

Sculpture on the Peninsula opens 8 November at the Loudon Farm in Banks Peninsula and runs over the weekend, Saturday and Sunday, 9 to 10 November.  Hay says that ‘the “farm gallery” provides a broad scope for contributing sculptors with its numerous contoured land features, sheds, farm buildings, verandahs, trees and contemporary gardens.’






Two Oceans at Once

Two Oceans at Once at The Physics Room is the second iteration of the exhibition under this title with work by Rhea Maheshwari, Skawennati, and Kahurangiariki Smith Keep Reading


SCAPE 2019 - Rock- Paper- Scissors in the Central City

SCAPE Public Art’s 2019 Season, opens in Ōtautahi Christchurch the first week in October. Works and projects by 14 New Zealand and international artists take up residence in the central city, Hagley Park, the East Frame and Ōtakaro Avon River Precinct until 16th November. Keep Reading



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