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Te Whare Hera Wellington International Artist Residency
Le Sceau de Salomon
Opening 4 July
16 July - 3 August
The Engine Room
Two Rooms presents a program of residencies and projects
by leading international and New Zealand contemporary artists.
Maria Ezcurra // John Vea: 11 Mar - 22 July
Kāryn Taylor: 11 Mar - 30 April
Billy Apple®: 11 Mar – 6 May 2018
The Chartwell Collection celebrates:
The achievements of visual artists
The public art gallery functions
The contribution of the visual arts to growing the culture
Increasing understandings of the psychological and conceptual benefits available to everyone via the visual arts.
CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND
Old Public Trust Building
131-135 Lambton Quay
Tel: (04) 473 0880
Fax: (04) 471 2865
Trustees: Susan Davis and Wystan Curnow
Telephone: 649 480 7134
Jar is a small Charitable Trust for promoting strong, singular art for public consumption. We will approach artists whose work fits what we are looking for and offer the single Jar facility that exists so far, a small, single room building at 589 New North Road, Kingsland in Auckland, New Zealand. The building stands by itself and is visible to a lot of traffic. The front of the building has been removed and has been replaced by a transparent wall.
LEN LYE FOUNDATION
Private Bag 2025
New Plymouth 4310
Aotearoa New Zealand
Tel +64 (06) 759 6060
Letting Space will commission leading contemporary New Zealand artists to work outside the traditional gallery model, in vacant commercial space. By encouraging new interactions between property owners and artists it seeks to suggest creative solutions for the reinvigoration of our urban spaces, and provide greater access to some of the leading ideas in contemporary New Zealand arts practice.
THE ARTS FOUNDATION
45 Tory St
PO Box 11352
Tel: +64 4 382 9691
THE JAMES WALLACE ARTS TRUST
TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre
The Pah Homestead
75 Hillsborough Rd
Tel:+64 9 302 5271
The TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre is open
Tuesday to Friday: 11am - 4pm
Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays: 10am - 5pm
View the Arts Centre website: http://www.tsbbankwallaceartscentre.org.nz
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