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January 2022

Free
Moana Currents

Moana Currents

Moana Currents: Dressing Aotearoa Now Looking through the lens of fashion, the exhibition ‘Moana Currents’ considers the history of migration and cultural exchange, adaption, and adoption in the Pacific, Te Moana nui a Kiwa. The exhibitions document how these histories are visible in what...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 6 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Moana Currents


Free
For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay

For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay

This exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of a New Zealand Women’s Institute (WI) at Rissington, Hawke’s Bay, on 27 February 1921. The founder was Anna Elizabeth Jerome Spencer (1872–1955), who lived and worked in Hawke’s Bay for most of her life. The aim of...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Thursday 31 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay


Free
Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition

Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition

Waka kōrero Māori: waka carrying the taonga, te reo The Waka Kōrero Māori exhibition encourages learning the Māori alphabet by pronouncing the names of the kaharehe animal treasures on display. Bring your whanau to MTG – it’s free! Kō Waka Kōrero Māori hei whakaaturanga kia...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Thursday 31 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition


Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - A Bloody Business


Free
Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

This exhibition shows a history of people and places of Ngāti Kahungunu, telling stories of their time and the events that shaped Te Matau-a-Māui into the region of Hawke’s Bay, events that also helped to shape Aotearoa into New Zealand. Kahungunu was a peaceful man, a producer, provider,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Wednesday 1 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu


Free
Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver, valued for its rarity and attractive lustre, has for centuries been mined and formed into an extensive range of domestic, personal, religious, and ceremonial objects. Silver is one of the most versatile and singular precious metals: it is malleable and ductile and has a relatively low...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 2 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition


Free
1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

“The outline of the hill turned into a giant serpent as it heaved up and down. The shock wave swept across it, creating a monster crossing the skyline.” - NG Bailey At 10:47am on 3 February 1931, a devastating earthquake struck Hawke’s Bay. In that moment it seemed the end of the world had...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Tuesday 3 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition


Free
Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Georgina Burne Hetley, an early botanical artist used her talent to capture both the beauty and scientific details of New Zealand’s flora. Ever adventurous, Georgina was able to travel throughout New Zealand revelling, not only in the wonderfully diverse botanical treasures discovered, but in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 12 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley


Free
Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Hard Edged paintings with startling precision and dramatic shapes, is how Hawke’s Bay artist Leanne Morrison’s art works have been described. Commissioned by MTG Hawke’s Bay, Leanne will create a large-scale painting directly on MTG’s foyer wall. Since graduating with a Masters in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 1 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison


Something Old, Something New, Something Different

Something Old, Something New, Something Different

Enjoy a new exhibition by Kim Cleverton for the New Year at CAN! Kim is a Hawkes Bay artist, originally from Melbourne, having moved to Napier in 1977. Kim started painting in acrylics in 2019. Painting has become a passion and Kim is fortunate to have work in private collections in Canada,...

Date: Thursday 20 January
Where:
Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Something Old, Something New, Something Different


Free
Summer Exhibition - Gow Langsford & Ahuriri Contemporary

Summer Exhibition - Gow Langsford & Ahuriri Contemporary

Ahuriri Contemporary is pleased to be partnering with Gow Langsford Gallery to present a Summer Exhibition to run from the 11th of January to the 28th of February 2022. The exhibition brings together a collection of works from the Gow Langsford Gallery stable. It encompasses a diverse range of...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 28 February
Where:
Ahuriri Contemporary, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Summer Exhibition - Gow Langsford & Ahuriri Contemporary


Free
Made You Look: Kaye McGarva

Made You Look: Kaye McGarva

Kaye McGarva plays with shadows creating trompe-l’oeil paintings of creases and folds with the intention of challenging the spectator’s perception. Her work is about the act of looking, creating uncertainty and provoking a physical sensation associated with seeing something familiar but...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 30 January
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Made You Look: Kaye McGarva


Free
The Path

The Path

The Path 18 December 2021 – 13 March 2022 | Main Gallery This exhibition features visual artists, a writer and a documentary producer for whom surfing has been part of their life journey. Although connected by surfing, they haven’t been asked to create or exhibit ‘Surf Art’, but...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 13 March
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - The Path


Free
Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful

Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful

Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful 4 December 2021 – 20 March 2022 | Holt Gallery In late 1846 surveyor Thomas Brunner employed Māori guides Kehu and Pikiwati to travel with him from Nelson to Te Tai Poutini (the West Coast) and back again, searching for land suitable...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 27 March
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful


For Home and Country - Women's Institutes in CHB

For Home and Country - Women's Institutes in CHB

Celebrating 100 years of Women's Institute in New Zealand. In 1921 Anna Elizabeth Jerome Spencer came with the idea of setting up a women's organisation based on the principles of the English Women's Institute. Seventeen institutes were established in the early days in Central Hawke's Bay area,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Friday 25 February
Where:
Central Hawke's Bay Settlers Museum, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay

Read more » - For Home and Country - Women's Institutes in CHB


Free
3D 2D - an exhibition by Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk

3D 2D - an exhibition by Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk

3D 2D is a collaborative exhibition between Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk. On show in the beautiful main gallery of Creative Arts Napier, this exhibition will explore the 3D works of Loek Hasselman, and the 2D paintings of Marilyn Lusk. 3D 2D will have an opening on Friday the 21st of January,...

Date: Friday 21 January to Thursday 3 February
Where:
Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 3D 2D - an exhibition by Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk


February 2022

Free
Moana Currents

Moana Currents

Moana Currents: Dressing Aotearoa Now Looking through the lens of fashion, the exhibition ‘Moana Currents’ considers the history of migration and cultural exchange, adaption, and adoption in the Pacific, Te Moana nui a Kiwa. The exhibitions document how these histories are visible in what...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 6 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Moana Currents


Free
For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay

For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay

This exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of a New Zealand Women’s Institute (WI) at Rissington, Hawke’s Bay, on 27 February 1921. The founder was Anna Elizabeth Jerome Spencer (1872–1955), who lived and worked in Hawke’s Bay for most of her life. The aim of...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Thursday 31 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay


Free
Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition

Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition

Waka kōrero Māori: waka carrying the taonga, te reo The Waka Kōrero Māori exhibition encourages learning the Māori alphabet by pronouncing the names of the kaharehe animal treasures on display. Bring your whanau to MTG – it’s free! Kō Waka Kōrero Māori hei whakaaturanga kia...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Thursday 31 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition


Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - A Bloody Business


Free
Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

This exhibition shows a history of people and places of Ngāti Kahungunu, telling stories of their time and the events that shaped Te Matau-a-Māui into the region of Hawke’s Bay, events that also helped to shape Aotearoa into New Zealand. Kahungunu was a peaceful man, a producer, provider,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Wednesday 1 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu


Free
Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver, valued for its rarity and attractive lustre, has for centuries been mined and formed into an extensive range of domestic, personal, religious, and ceremonial objects. Silver is one of the most versatile and singular precious metals: it is malleable and ductile and has a relatively low...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 2 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition


Free
1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

“The outline of the hill turned into a giant serpent as it heaved up and down. The shock wave swept across it, creating a monster crossing the skyline.” - NG Bailey At 10:47am on 3 February 1931, a devastating earthquake struck Hawke’s Bay. In that moment it seemed the end of the world had...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Tuesday 3 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition


Free
Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Georgina Burne Hetley, an early botanical artist used her talent to capture both the beauty and scientific details of New Zealand’s flora. Ever adventurous, Georgina was able to travel throughout New Zealand revelling, not only in the wonderfully diverse botanical treasures discovered, but in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 12 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley


Free
Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Hard Edged paintings with startling precision and dramatic shapes, is how Hawke’s Bay artist Leanne Morrison’s art works have been described. Commissioned by MTG Hawke’s Bay, Leanne will create a large-scale painting directly on MTG’s foyer wall. Since graduating with a Masters in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 1 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison


Free
Summer Exhibition - Gow Langsford & Ahuriri Contemporary

Summer Exhibition - Gow Langsford & Ahuriri Contemporary

Ahuriri Contemporary is pleased to be partnering with Gow Langsford Gallery to present a Summer Exhibition to run from the 11th of January to the 28th of February 2022. The exhibition brings together a collection of works from the Gow Langsford Gallery stable. It encompasses a diverse range of...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 28 February
Where:
Ahuriri Contemporary, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Summer Exhibition - Gow Langsford & Ahuriri Contemporary


Free
3D 2D - an exhibition by Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk

3D 2D - an exhibition by Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk

3D 2D is a collaborative exhibition between Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk. On show in the beautiful main gallery of Creative Arts Napier, this exhibition will explore the 3D works of Loek Hasselman, and the 2D paintings of Marilyn Lusk. 3D 2D will have an opening on Friday the 21st of January,...

Date: Friday 21 January to Thursday 3 February
Where:
Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 3D 2D - an exhibition by Loek Hasselman & Marilyn Lusk


Free
The Path

The Path

The Path 18 December 2021 – 13 March 2022 | Main Gallery This exhibition features visual artists, a writer and a documentary producer for whom surfing has been part of their life journey. Although connected by surfing, they haven’t been asked to create or exhibit ‘Surf Art’, but...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 13 March
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - The Path


Free
Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful

Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful

Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful 4 December 2021 – 20 March 2022 | Holt Gallery In late 1846 surveyor Thomas Brunner employed Māori guides Kehu and Pikiwati to travel with him from Nelson to Te Tai Poutini (the West Coast) and back again, searching for land suitable...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 27 March
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful


For Home and Country - Women's Institutes in CHB

For Home and Country - Women's Institutes in CHB

Celebrating 100 years of Women's Institute in New Zealand. In 1921 Anna Elizabeth Jerome Spencer came with the idea of setting up a women's organisation based on the principles of the English Women's Institute. Seventeen institutes were established in the early days in Central Hawke's Bay area,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Friday 25 February
Where:
Central Hawke's Bay Settlers Museum, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay

Read more » - For Home and Country - Women's Institutes in CHB


Free
Glen Colechin: Last Supper

Glen Colechin: Last Supper

Taradale artist Glen Colechin has created an installation piece for the Foyer Gallery entitled Last Supper. Using copper and other recycled materials he’s formed a large boil up and feeding frenzy of fish the like that is often seen while walking along the sand at local beaches. The Last...

Date: Thursday 3 February to Sunday 3 April
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Glen Colechin: Last Supper


Free
2022 Earthquake Commemoration

2022 Earthquake Commemoration

Hastings District Council will be holding the Earthquake Commemoration Ceremony on Thursday 3 February. This special ceremony is open to the general public and held at the Hastings City Centre Mall to remember the day that changed lives in Hastings and wider Hawke's Bay, and to celebrate the city...

Date: Thursday 3 February
Where:
Hastings Clock Tower, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 2022 Earthquake Commemoration


CAN Relief Printmaking Evening Class

CAN Relief Printmaking Evening Class

Have your ever admired the bold prints of Pablo Picasso or the pop art of Andy Warhol? Do you want to make limited edition prints as gifts for family and friends, or build a top-notch artist’s portfolio? Beginner or intermediate, this printmaking course might be just what you are looking...

Date: Thursday 10 February to Thursday 17 March
Where:
Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - CAN Relief Printmaking Evening Class


Behind The Scenes: Art Deco Collection Tour

Behind The Scenes: Art Deco Collection Tour

From Paris and London to Napier, Art Deco style quickly swept across the world, bringing a new and modern aesthetic to all forms of design. Explore art deco design from the museum collection and enjoy fabulous art deco frocks to inspire you for the art deco weekend. These exclusive tours are 1 hour...

Date: Friday 18 February to Sunday 20 February
Where:
Offsite Storage Ahuriri, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Behind The Scenes: Art Deco Collection Tour


CAN Do Deco! Calling Young Artists

CAN Do Deco! Calling Young Artists

Enter this exciting Art Deco competition with your Deco themed artwork, and see it on display in our gallery for the second annual official CAN-Do Deco Exhibition! There are six ‘Best in Show’ Awards to be won, in three age categories, so spark up your imagination, put together some ideas...

Date: Friday 18 February
Where:
Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - CAN Do Deco! Calling Young Artists


March 2022

Free
Moana Currents

Moana Currents

Moana Currents: Dressing Aotearoa Now Looking through the lens of fashion, the exhibition ‘Moana Currents’ considers the history of migration and cultural exchange, adaption, and adoption in the Pacific, Te Moana nui a Kiwa. The exhibitions document how these histories are visible in what...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 6 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Moana Currents


Free
For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay

For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay

This exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of a New Zealand Women’s Institute (WI) at Rissington, Hawke’s Bay, on 27 February 1921. The founder was Anna Elizabeth Jerome Spencer (1872–1955), who lived and worked in Hawke’s Bay for most of her life. The aim of...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Thursday 31 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - For Home and Country, Women's Institutes of Hawkes Bay


Free
Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition

Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition

Waka kōrero Māori: waka carrying the taonga, te reo The Waka Kōrero Māori exhibition encourages learning the Māori alphabet by pronouncing the names of the kaharehe animal treasures on display. Bring your whanau to MTG – it’s free! Kō Waka Kōrero Māori hei whakaaturanga kia...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Thursday 31 March
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Waka kōrero Māori Exhibition


Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - A Bloody Business


Free
Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

This exhibition shows a history of people and places of Ngāti Kahungunu, telling stories of their time and the events that shaped Te Matau-a-Māui into the region of Hawke’s Bay, events that also helped to shape Aotearoa into New Zealand. Kahungunu was a peaceful man, a producer, provider,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Wednesday 1 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu


Free
Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver, valued for its rarity and attractive lustre, has for centuries been mined and formed into an extensive range of domestic, personal, religious, and ceremonial objects. Silver is one of the most versatile and singular precious metals: it is malleable and ductile and has a relatively low...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 2 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition


Free
1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

“The outline of the hill turned into a giant serpent as it heaved up and down. The shock wave swept across it, creating a monster crossing the skyline.” - NG Bailey At 10:47am on 3 February 1931, a devastating earthquake struck Hawke’s Bay. In that moment it seemed the end of the world had...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Tuesday 3 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition


Free
Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Georgina Burne Hetley, an early botanical artist used her talent to capture both the beauty and scientific details of New Zealand’s flora. Ever adventurous, Georgina was able to travel throughout New Zealand revelling, not only in the wonderfully diverse botanical treasures discovered, but in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 12 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley


Free
Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Hard Edged paintings with startling precision and dramatic shapes, is how Hawke’s Bay artist Leanne Morrison’s art works have been described. Commissioned by MTG Hawke’s Bay, Leanne will create a large-scale painting directly on MTG’s foyer wall. Since graduating with a Masters in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 1 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison


Free
The Path

The Path

The Path 18 December 2021 – 13 March 2022 | Main Gallery This exhibition features visual artists, a writer and a documentary producer for whom surfing has been part of their life journey. Although connected by surfing, they haven’t been asked to create or exhibit ‘Surf Art’, but...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 13 March
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - The Path


Free
Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful

Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful

Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful 4 December 2021 – 20 March 2022 | Holt Gallery In late 1846 surveyor Thomas Brunner employed Māori guides Kehu and Pikiwati to travel with him from Nelson to Te Tai Poutini (the West Coast) and back again, searching for land suitable...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 27 March
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Caroline McQuarrie and Shaun Matthews: Prospects Fearful


Free
Glen Colechin: Last Supper

Glen Colechin: Last Supper

Taradale artist Glen Colechin has created an installation piece for the Foyer Gallery entitled Last Supper. Using copper and other recycled materials he’s formed a large boil up and feeding frenzy of fish the like that is often seen while walking along the sand at local beaches. The Last...

Date: Thursday 3 February to Sunday 3 April
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Glen Colechin: Last Supper


CAN Relief Printmaking Evening Class

CAN Relief Printmaking Evening Class

Have your ever admired the bold prints of Pablo Picasso or the pop art of Andy Warhol? Do you want to make limited edition prints as gifts for family and friends, or build a top-notch artist’s portfolio? Beginner or intermediate, this printmaking course might be just what you are looking...

Date: Thursday 10 February to Thursday 17 March
Where:
Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - CAN Relief Printmaking Evening Class


Free
Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

We live in a time of anxiety; trouble lurks at every turn. Under the ongoing shadow of biological insecurity, we are constantly brought face-to-face with the real or speculative extinction of humankind. Inga Fillary’s installation, What’s the Matter, plays with psychic discomfort and damaged...

Date: Saturday 12 March to Monday 6 June
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Inga Fillary: What's the Matter


Hawke’s Bay Antique Arms & Militaria Show

Hawke’s Bay Antique Arms & Militaria Show

Hawke’s Bay Antique Arms & Militaria Show Medals, Badges, Uniforms and Vehicles Antique Military and Sporting Arms Books, Toys and Models Displays and Sales Tables Enquiries - Paul - 06 8447321 - 0211739018 jo.paul.shoebridge@gmail.com Robin - 06 8798257 -...

Date: Saturday 19 March
Where:
Army Drill Hall, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Hawke’s Bay Antique Arms & Militaria Show


R18
NGHS Tremains Affordable Art Exhibition 2022

NGHS Tremains Affordable Art Exhibition 2022

Join us for the Tremains Affordable Art Exhibition 2022, an annual fundraiser for Napier Girls High School. The exhibition features over 300 artworks by more than 80 professional artists from around New Zealand. Please see our website profiling the event, the artists and our wonderful fleet...

Date: Friday 25 March
Where:
Napier Girls' High School, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - NGHS Tremains Affordable Art Exhibition 2022


Star Waka

Star Waka

Star Waka acknowledges past, present and future voyaging to and from Aotearoa in all directions, with the stars reflecting navigation patterns over time and space. Together, the waka and the stars symbolise the universe and the binding together of ira atua (the realm of the gods) and iratangata...

Date: Saturday 26 March to Sunday 15 May
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Star Waka


Free
Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai

Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai

A journey in understanding Maramataka and traditional celestial navigation practices through the revitalisation of aute, Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai is a major solo exhibition by artist Nikau Hindin (Ngai Tūpoto, Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi). Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai showcases Nikau’s knowledge and...

Date: Saturday 26 March to Sunday 22 May
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai


April 2022

Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - A Bloody Business


Free
Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

This exhibition shows a history of people and places of Ngāti Kahungunu, telling stories of their time and the events that shaped Te Matau-a-Māui into the region of Hawke’s Bay, events that also helped to shape Aotearoa into New Zealand. Kahungunu was a peaceful man, a producer, provider,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Wednesday 1 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu


Free
Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver, valued for its rarity and attractive lustre, has for centuries been mined and formed into an extensive range of domestic, personal, religious, and ceremonial objects. Silver is one of the most versatile and singular precious metals: it is malleable and ductile and has a relatively low...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 2 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

“The outline of the hill turned into a giant serpent as it heaved up and down. The shock wave swept across it, creating a monster crossing the skyline.” - NG Bailey At 10:47am on 3 February 1931, a devastating earthquake struck Hawke’s Bay. In that moment it seemed the end of the world had...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Tuesday 3 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Georgina Burne Hetley, an early botanical artist used her talent to capture both the beauty and scientific details of New Zealand’s flora. Ever adventurous, Georgina was able to travel throughout New Zealand revelling, not only in the wonderfully diverse botanical treasures discovered, but in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 12 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Hard Edged paintings with startling precision and dramatic shapes, is how Hawke’s Bay artist Leanne Morrison’s art works have been described. Commissioned by MTG Hawke’s Bay, Leanne will create a large-scale painting directly on MTG’s foyer wall. Since graduating with a Masters in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 1 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Glen Colechin: Last Supper

Glen Colechin: Last Supper

Taradale artist Glen Colechin has created an installation piece for the Foyer Gallery entitled Last Supper. Using copper and other recycled materials he’s formed a large boil up and feeding frenzy of fish the like that is often seen while walking along the sand at local beaches. The Last...

Date: Thursday 3 February to Sunday 3 April
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

We live in a time of anxiety; trouble lurks at every turn. Under the ongoing shadow of biological insecurity, we are constantly brought face-to-face with the real or speculative extinction of humankind. Inga Fillary’s installation, What’s the Matter, plays with psychic discomfort and damaged...

Date: Saturday 12 March to Monday 6 June
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Star Waka

Star Waka

Star Waka acknowledges past, present and future voyaging to and from Aotearoa in all directions, with the stars reflecting navigation patterns over time and space. Together, the waka and the stars symbolise the universe and the binding together of ira atua (the realm of the gods) and iratangata...

Date: Saturday 26 March to Sunday 15 May
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai

Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai

A journey in understanding Maramataka and traditional celestial navigation practices through the revitalisation of aute, Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai is a major solo exhibition by artist Nikau Hindin (Ngai Tūpoto, Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi). Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai showcases Nikau’s knowledge and...

Date: Saturday 26 March to Sunday 22 May
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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May 2022

Free
Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

We live in a time of anxiety; trouble lurks at every turn. Under the ongoing shadow of biological insecurity, we are constantly brought face-to-face with the real or speculative extinction of humankind. Inga Fillary’s installation, What’s the Matter, plays with psychic discomfort and damaged...

Date: Saturday 12 March to Monday 6 June
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Inga Fillary: What's the Matter


Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

This exhibition shows a history of people and places of Ngāti Kahungunu, telling stories of their time and the events that shaped Te Matau-a-Māui into the region of Hawke’s Bay, events that also helped to shape Aotearoa into New Zealand. Kahungunu was a peaceful man, a producer, provider,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Wednesday 1 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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Free
Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition

Silver, valued for its rarity and attractive lustre, has for centuries been mined and formed into an extensive range of domestic, personal, religious, and ceremonial objects. Silver is one of the most versatile and singular precious metals: it is malleable and ductile and has a relatively low...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Monday 2 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Silver: Heirlooms From the Collection Exhibition


Free
1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition

“The outline of the hill turned into a giant serpent as it heaved up and down. The shock wave swept across it, creating a monster crossing the skyline.” - NG Bailey At 10:47am on 3 February 1931, a devastating earthquake struck Hawke’s Bay. In that moment it seemed the end of the world had...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Tuesday 3 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - 1931 Hawke’s Bay Earthquake Exhibition


Free
Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Georgina Burne Hetley, an early botanical artist used her talent to capture both the beauty and scientific details of New Zealand’s flora. Ever adventurous, Georgina was able to travel throughout New Zealand revelling, not only in the wonderfully diverse botanical treasures discovered, but in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 12 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley


Free
Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison

Hard Edged paintings with startling precision and dramatic shapes, is how Hawke’s Bay artist Leanne Morrison’s art works have been described. Commissioned by MTG Hawke’s Bay, Leanne will create a large-scale painting directly on MTG’s foyer wall. Since graduating with a Masters in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 1 May
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Breaking the frame: New lines of enquiry by Leanne Morrison


Star Waka

Star Waka

Star Waka acknowledges past, present and future voyaging to and from Aotearoa in all directions, with the stars reflecting navigation patterns over time and space. Together, the waka and the stars symbolise the universe and the binding together of ira atua (the realm of the gods) and iratangata...

Date: Saturday 26 March to Sunday 15 May
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Star Waka


Free
Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai

Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai

A journey in understanding Maramataka and traditional celestial navigation practices through the revitalisation of aute, Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai is a major solo exhibition by artist Nikau Hindin (Ngai Tūpoto, Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi). Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai showcases Nikau’s knowledge and...

Date: Saturday 26 March to Sunday 22 May
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Nikau Hindin: Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai


June 2022

Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - A Bloody Business


Free
Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu

This exhibition shows a history of people and places of Ngāti Kahungunu, telling stories of their time and the events that shaped Te Matau-a-Māui into the region of Hawke’s Bay, events that also helped to shape Aotearoa into New Zealand. Kahungunu was a peaceful man, a producer, provider,...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Wednesday 1 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu


Free
Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley

Georgina Burne Hetley, an early botanical artist used her talent to capture both the beauty and scientific details of New Zealand’s flora. Ever adventurous, Georgina was able to travel throughout New Zealand revelling, not only in the wonderfully diverse botanical treasures discovered, but in...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 12 June
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Native Flowers of New Zealand by Georgina Hetley


Free
Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

Inga Fillary: What's the Matter

We live in a time of anxiety; trouble lurks at every turn. Under the ongoing shadow of biological insecurity, we are constantly brought face-to-face with the real or speculative extinction of humankind. Inga Fillary’s installation, What’s the Matter, plays with psychic discomfort and damaged...

Date: Saturday 12 March to Monday 6 June
Where:
Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - Inga Fillary: What's the Matter


July 2022

Free
A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business

A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas...

Date: Thursday 20 January to Sunday 24 July
Where:
MTG Hawke's Bay, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Read more » - A Bloody Business


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