Exhibitions & Shows

Sacred Bloodlines - Ephraim Russell

Gisborne artist Ephraim Russell graduated with a Master's degree in M'Auml;ori visual arts (Hons) in 2014 from Massey University, Palmerston North Read more...

Health and Holidays Exhibition

For Health and Holidays '€“ Napier swimming stories Swimming is more than a pastime in Napier - it is a way of life Read more...

Life Circles, Dreamy Botanicals & Africans

Mam's drawings are slowly created with ink and pencil , Meditative circles containing the relationship between man and nature. Influenced by the simplicity of life and quiet beauty of the people of Kenya Read more...

Tungaru: The Kiribati Project Exhibition

Tungaru: The Kiribati Project is a collaboration between two artists '€“ Chris Charteris and Jeff Smith Read more...

Artists and Pottery Group Exhibition

The Gisborne Artists Society and Pottery groups'€™ annual exhibition is a culmination of artistic indulgences, art sharing and art making Read more...

Don Wilkie Winter Collection

The new collection of work from Don Wilkie. Don Wilkie is a local NZ '& international artist and master of oil painting and pencil drawings Read more...

World War 1 Exhibition

MTG Hawke'€™s Bay's WW1 exhibition tells stories of local Hawke'€™s Bay participants in NZ and overseas Read more...

The Cake and Craft Show

If you have enjoyed all things creative in the past, now is the time to make the most of it Read more...

This Is Who We Are - Richard Rogers

Local art teacher Richard Rogers says his latest exhibition is a composite of different cultures and touches on the procedures of repatriation Read more...

Flower Power

'"Bold, sensuous and beautiful'" are a few attributes which might describe the flower paintings on show @Creative Arts Napier, by Haumoana based artist Camilla Samper this September Read more...

Gladstone Road

Gladstone Road, named after British Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, has been the main street of Gisborne (T'Aring;'laquo;ranga) since its establishment in the late 1860s Read more...

Canned Words

Do you have a poem inside you, waiting to find a wall? If so, come along to the CAN Arts Centre between Friday 21 and Thursday 27 August to help us celebrate National Poetry Day. We are dedicating the small gallery to all things wordy Read more...

Rose Weavery Exhibition

The Rose Weavery at Hohepa provides a working creative environment for people with intellectual disabilities Read more...

Poppy Making Activity

To support our exhibition commemorating the centenary of the First World War we have a poppy making table in the Century Theatre foyer where you can make your own poppies Read more...

2nd Traditional Craft Festival

All the traditional crafts-people coming to town... Demonstrations of blacksmithing, saddlery, woodcarving, tailoring, clock repair, soap making, cobblery and much more. Enjoy an olden days experience and learn about traditional crafts Read more...

Napier Secondary School's Exhibition

The Year 12 Secondary Schools Exhibition has been established to encourage students to exhibit and share their talents with the wider community Read more...

Tenei Tonu Exhibition

T'Auml;“nei Tonu can be interpreted as '€œalways here'€ and this new exhibition shares stories of those who have always been here '€“ tangata whenua Read more...

Seeds of Hope - Exhibition

Hastings District Council, the Environment Centre HB and SGI New Zealand present the free exhibition Seeds of Hope - Visions of Sustainability, Steps Toward Change Read more...

Gloriously Big Pots - Ceramics From the Collection

This exhibition features a selection of large vessels from the Museum'€™s ceramic collection by ceramicists of national and international acclaim Read more...