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Current Exhibitions

Anton Forde Seven Scientists 2 credit Pete Rees 2

MĀHUTONGA - Time stands still

17 May - 30 June 2024

Anton Forde’s (Taranaki, Gaeltacht, Gaelic, English) Māhutonga - Time Stands Still presents works in kōhatu/stone, Pounamu, andesite, and basalt, carved with markings of Māhutonga/The Southern Cross, Raukura/feathers, and Roimata/teardrops. These works are a recognition of and salute to our natural world, and the hope that humanity brings whilst interacting with her.

Robert Jahnke Ikura Manawa Ma 2023 Powder coated mild steel aluminium neon mirror pane mirror electricity 1170 diameter x 210mm


17 May - 30 June 2024

A New installation from Prof. Robert Jahnke ONZM FRSNZ, Arts Foundation Laureate 2023 (Ngāi Taharoa, Te Whānau a Iritekura, Te Whānau a Rakiauroa o Ngāti Porou)

Courtesy of PAUL NACHE

Gail Barratt Ocean in Pain 1

Called to Mind - Echoes from an Empty Place

17 May - 30 June 2024

Five Waiheke ceramicists present an exhibition of new works. Gail Barratt, Beth Rose, Helen Charters, Hilary Kerrod and Sophie Perkins.
'Called to Mind — Echoes from an Empty Place' confronts the fragility of life; the tragedy of loss. Through meditations on desolation, loneliness, extinction, and grief, the voices of our forebears echo, urging us to care: to breathe, to weave, to mold and shape a robust future imbued with spirit and energy.

Upcoming Exhibitions

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The Members Show 2024

5 July - 4 August 2024

Experience a cornucopia of diverse work across a variety of mediums and practices from current Waiheke Community Art Gallery members.
This year there is a broad theme of ‘Home’.
Home is defined as a dwelling or location of culture and origin but also signifies a sense of place, belonging, relationships, memory, comfort, security and safety. We look forward to seeing your creations in response to this theme.

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