Exhibitions & Shows

The Album

F4 is an artistic collective comprising of artists Susan Jowsey and Marcus Williams, and their children Jesse Williams and Mercy Williams Read more...

Transmogrifier Machine - Katy Wallace

Turning the ordinary into the extraordinary. As part of the MTG Autumn Season, The Transmogrifier Machine presents its inaugural public viewing of extraordinary living objects Read more...

Atahira - The Day After Tomorrow

This exhibition encompasses Matariki, which is a time for reflection Read more...

They Answered the Call - Official Opening of WWI Exhibition

The CHB Settlers Museum wishes to invite you to attend the Official Opening of the Exhibition to commemorate the 100 year Anniversary of the beginning of the First World War Read more...

Jack C Richards Decorative Arts Gallery

One of the major attractions at the long awaited grand opening of the museum extensions will be the purpose built and specifically designed gallery displaying Dr Jack C Richard'€™s eclectic collection Read more...

Take A Long View

View life through a wide angle and see your horizons broaden. From the photographic collection comes a selection of panoramic images. These wide photographs offer a field of view greater than the human eye can see at any one instant Read more...

All Woman - Bev Short

Self-taught Wellington-based photographer Bev Short grew up in the south of England, in Edinburgh. As soon as she was old enough she acquired her own camera and began photographing and developing her skills. She immigrated to New Zealand in 2002 Read more...

MTG Pop-ups

For a limited time only. Pop into MTG, explore the tunnel and admire the jewels Read more...

A Glorious Uncertainty â Elizabeth Mathesonâs Life In Craft

A Glorious Uncertainty explores the life and work of pioneering studio potter Elizabeth Matheson (1890 - 1978). An independent spirit with an enquiring mind, Matheson remains one of the unsung heroes of New Zealand art history Read more...

Model Expo

A Model and Hobbies Expo featuring miniatures, model cars, trucks, boats, railways and buildings. Another aspect to the show is the featured hobbies such as bonsai, scrapbooking, gemstone and lapidary displays Read more...

Secrets and Treasures - An Extremely Small Exhibition

Now in it's third year, the Secrets and Treasures Exhibition, or Matchbox Exhibition, is as popular as ever with those artists who find inspiration in the exhibition's demanding criteria Read more...

Victory Medal - Helen Pollock

'"The sculptural work '€˜Victory Medal'€™ is a memorial to the grievous losses of World War 1 and a reflection on the idea of '€˜victory'€™ in war Read more...

Unhinged

Unhinged: a David Fine Scholarship Exhibition brought to you by the Hastings Community Art Centre Read more...

Lollygag

James R Ford in conjunction with Paulnache, Gisborne, NZ presents.. Read more...

Baypex 2014 Stamp Exhibition

The Baypex 2014 National Stamp Exhibition is being run by the Hastings Stamp Club and the Hawke's Bay Philatelic Society and will be held in the Pettigrew Green Arena - Taradale Read more...

Repeat

NZ-born artist Valerie Bos will open her 5th solo show with Gisborne dealer Paulnache on Friday 4 July at 6pm. The artist will be in attendance for the opening. There is long tradition of erotica in both western and eastern art Read more...

Mudlark: Bronwynne Cornish, Ceramics 1982 â 2013

The lense through which I view my life is reflected by clay '€“ we are one. Bronwynne Cornish Bronwynne Cornish (b.1945) discovered clay in the 1960s and has been in the thrall of the material ever since Read more...

The Fantastic Art of Ricc Buttle

'"My artistic background is reasonably complex; I have hardly followed one path! As a teenager I was hugely influenced by the art on vinyl album covers Read more...

Land Marks - Andrew Drummond / Adrienne Martyn

This exhibition showcases two large-scale works by well-known New Zealand artists, Andrew Drummond and Adrienne Martyn Read more...

Live Jukebox

Exhibiting Artist Bridget Reweti and artist Terri Te Tau present 'The Live Jukebox' Read more...

Watersheds | Ngâ Wai Pupû

Watersheds | Ng'Atilde;'cent; Wai Pup'Atilde;'raquo; is the Tairawhiti Museum's latest semi-permanent exhibition. Opened in early 2009 it gives the visitor a snapshot of the history of the Gisborne/East Coast region Read more...

Star of Canada

The Te Moana Maritime Gallery offers a glimpse into 1000 years of maritime myths, legends, stories and development of the Tairawhiti East Coast region Read more...

Reuben Paterson: At the Edge of a Mirror

Renowned New Zealand contemporary artist Reuben Paterson has developed a wide following in recent years for his large-scale creations in glitter and diamond dust Read more...

Momo Kauae: Moko Kauae in Contemporary Art

'"Momo kauae: Moko kauae in contemporary art'" draws together the work of twelve contemporary New Zealand artists and two poets Read more...

Who Am I?

This exhibition of portraits from the Dowse collection includes work by many household names including Rita Angus, Frances Hodgkins and Toss Woollaston. Elements of their works, like pose, gaze, style and setting are examined Read more...

Wildflower Sculpture Exhibition

Featuring the work of around 70 New Zealand artists and set in the stunning Round Pond Garden just south of Hastings, the biennial Wildflower Sculpture Exhibition returns for a fourth time Read more...

Flowers In Praise

Beautiful Floral displays throughout the Church during Blossom Festival weekend.An event which began in 1999 with the collaboration from the regions Churches each creating a different display according to a theme Read more...

KÅhanga Reo and Early Childhood Centre Visits

Until 17 August Book your K'Aring;hanga Reo or Early Childhood Centre in at Hastings City Art Gallery to see the exhibition Momo kauae: Moko kauae in contemporary art Read more...

Gisborne Photo News

This exhibition supports the recent launch of the Gisborne Photo News website: http://photonews.org.nz/gisborne/index Read more...

Decorate â Design Stories From The HBMT Collection

The way New Zealanders think about style and design has changed radically over the past century. New international ideas about decoration and design were brought to New Zealand with 19th century migrants and soon adapted to the local context Read more...

Antique and Collectors Fair

Quality antique fair presented by The Antique Fair Charitable Trust, TACT (proudly supporting cranford hospice) Read more...

Ukaipo â O Tatou Whakapapa

'Aring;'ordf;kaip'Aring; is our identity, our home ground, our upbringing, our mothers. Its literal meaning is '€˜being fed at the breast at night'€™ Read more...

Uku Rere: NgÄ Kaihanga Uku and Beyond

This exhibition showcases the work of Baye Riddell, Manos Nathan, Colleen Urlich, Wi Taepa and Paerau Corneal all preeminent members of Ng'Auml; Kaihanga Uku: an organisation of M'Auml;ori clay workers formed in 1986 Read more...

Te AhikÄroa - Home Fires Burning

Te Ahik'Auml;roa - Home Fires Burning merges photographs from two series created over the past 4 years Read more...

1931 Hawkeâs Bay Earthquake

'€œThe 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 Read more...