Requiem John Foster
Tararua Landscapes Peter Healy
Kotahitanga Adrienne Spratt
Summer Classics Frances Hodgkins, D.K.Richmond, Petrus van der Velden, Girolamo P. Nerli
Exhibitions run until Sunday 22 March 2015
Peter Healy and Adrienne Spratt
Work by Adrienne Spratt
Detail from Requiem for the Victims of War, 1992-93 John Foster
One of our wonderful helpers hard at work installing the current shows.
A suite of six paintings on loan from Avenal McKinnon and the Field Collection.
Francis Hodgkins, Goose Girl, 1905 (Courtesy Field Collection Trust)
20th December 2014 - 1st of Feburary 2015:
Lightness of Being, Michelle Backhouse
Michelle Backhouse, Sway, 2014. Photograph by Helen Fierlinger
(Somewhere) Between, Trevor Pye
Trevor Pye, Secret Geography, 2014
SPEAKING TRUTH to POWER in association with the exhibition Requiem by John Foster. Saturdays Feb 21 & 28, March 7 & 14 from 1-2pm.
A series of free Saturday afternoon forums discussing social, political, environmental and cultural issues.
21 February, with Filmmaker Gaylene Preson,Councillor K(Guru)Gurunathan, Academic Dr Jeff Sluka, Filmmaker Dr Sapna Samant.
28 February, with Filmmaker Alister Barry, Researcher & writer Giovanni Tiso, Loval Kaumatua Ani Parata, Monetary Reform Advocate Amanda Vickers.
7 March, with Ecologist & Academic Dr Mike Joy, Author Mandy Hager, Regional Councillor Nigel Wilson, Writer Tina Makareti.
14 March, with Artist & Academic Dr Huhana Smith, Green Youth MP Jack MacDonald, Academic & Activist Marian Evans, Investigative Journalist Nicky Hager.
The Imaginative Life and Times of Graham Percy
Opening Saturday 28 March at 5pm.
LIVE THEATRE - TWO SHOWS
Helen Moulder presents Gloria's Handbag, a 'modern, magical mystery'.
Thursday 9 April, starts 6.30pm
Sunday 12 April, 4pm
Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors, $15 under 25's
Tuesday - Saturday10am - 4 pm
Sunday1pm - 4pm