Whangarei Art Museum

The Whangarei Art Museum opened in June 1996. The museum is the public gallery of the district and the only public gallery in Northland.

The art museum is the permanent home of the city art collection which embraces both heritage and contemporary art work. The art museum is also the venue for internally curated and national touring exhibitions – designed to showcase the full diversity of creative art practice in New Zealand, Northland and the Pacific Rim.

 Visit the website of the Whangarei Art Museum.

Project 2012
Diversity Exhibitions

10April – 3 June

Opela na Nupela- Art and Ancestry from Papua New Guinea

Artefacts and Music from the WAM Iseke Collection and Contemporary PNG Art from the McNicholl Art Collection Trust, the Kairos Oceania Trust and Private Collection

ISRAEL TANGAROA BIRCH: ARA-I-TE-URU

A City gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi touring exhibition. City Gallery Wellington is managed by the Wellington Museums Trust with major funding support from the Wellington City Gallery.

4June – 29July

Hone Papita Raukura (Ralph) Hotere ONZ -  Te Aupouri

Reflecting Mana – daguerreotype portraits by Alan Bekhuis.

10August- 1October

Titokowaru’s Dilemma Marian Maguire

October – 2 December

Dragon Ascendant- Chinese Korean Art in NZ

 Contact: Maree Saunders, whangareiartmuseum@wdc.govt.nz

 

 

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