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


      Josh O’Rourke’s High Pressure/Low Pressure, and Nathan Ingram’s Forces, South entrance to New Brighton Pier, Ōtautahi Christchurch.  Photograph courtesy of the artists, Reuben Woods and SCAPE Public Art





Josh O’Rourke’s High Pressure/Low Pressure, and Nathan Ingram’s Forces, commissioned as part of SCAPE’s Re-Activate New Brighton project in association with DCL [Development Christchurch Ltd]

"Entangled with the specifics of the surrounding environment, the functionality, the play of surfaces and textures, and the connection to the roaring winds and ocean, ensure these works serve as fitting additions to a setting where many facets of art have already provided a point of difference." 

Reuben Woods on the presence and context of O'Rourke's and Ingram's new public artworks in New Brighton







Amanda Brooking and Della Goodinson – Pot, Paper and Print

Ceramicist and printmaker Amanda Brooking and potter/ceramicist Della Goodinson have known one another for more than 25 years and are currently exhibiting and collaborating on ceramic works at Fo Guang Yuan Gallery. Keep Reading


Studio125 Gallery Opens Exhibition for SCAPE Public Art

Sponsorship from Heather and Neville Brown supports SCAPE Public Art with a gallery space to exhibit and the work of artists from SCAPE's programme with commissions from sales going towards its public art commissions and events. Keep Reading


The Nadene Milne Gallery has Relocated to the Central City

The Nadene Milne Gallery is opening in a new gallery space on the ground floor of the Wynn Williams building at 47 Hereford Street. Keep Reading


Te Whare Maire O Nga Punawerewere at Eastside Gallery, Linwood

A Matariki exhibition and a new contemporary Māori art award for young artists. Keep Reading


Soul Sistas- Nine Māori Women Artists

Arts in Oxford is excited to present our show for Matariki the Māori New Year and the winter season of Takarua with the exhibition: Soul Sistas: Nine Māori Women Artists. An exhibition of customary and contemporary art forms such as rāranga weaving, painting and object art. Keep Reading


A Country Tale - Michelle Aplin Sculptures

Our June exhibition will be the delightful wire sculptures of Michelle Aplin. Keep Reading



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