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Ashburton Art Gallery

327 West St

Ashburton | 7700

P | 03 308 1133

E | info@ashburtonartgallery.org.nz

Gallery Hours

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

Closed Good Friday, Anzac Morning and Christmas day

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    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

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    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

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    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

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  • slider-img

    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

    LEARN MORE
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    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

    LEARN MORE
  • slider-img

    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

    LEARN MORE
  • slider-img

    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

    LEARN MORE
  • slider-img

    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

    LEARN MORE
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    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.

    LEARN MORE
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    Welcome

    Nau mai haere mai, welcome to the Ashburton Art Gallery. Serving the growing population of Mid-Canterbury and New Zealand at large, the Ashburton Art Gallery is the newest cultural facility to be built in the South Island. With a nearly 20 year operating history, the AAG is one of the youngest public art galleries in the country and is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art. The new building is a place for everyone to enjoy.                

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Exhibitions

23 May 2015 - February

Chicken- main crop

The Great Bridge Brouhaha

David Elliot

Inspired by the mischievous Nor’west wind and the creation of the first Ashburton Bridge, David Elliot’s The Great Bridge Brouhaha is a temporary, site-specific drawing.

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16 January - 28 February 2016

Luke slap (1)

Bodytok Quintet

A sonicsfromscratch production

Bodytok Quintet is a compelling, interactive, five-screen portrayal of human sonic ingenuity and non-verbal expression.

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30 January - 27 March 2016

Dunsandal

ANZAC

LAURENCE ABERHART

For more than three decades, Laurence Aberhart has been photographing World War One memorials that include a single figure in New Zealand and Australia. This exhibition commemorates the centenary of WWI.

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19 May - 25 June 2016

ROSETTE-1_main

Kermadec

Lines in the ocean

In May 2011 nine artists were invited to voyage upon the HMNZS Otago from Devonport Naval Base in Auckland, northward through the Kermadec region, toward the Kingdom of Tonga. The ‘seariders’, Phil Dadson, Bruce Foster, Fiona Hall, Gregory O’Brien, Jason O’Hara, John Pule, John Reynolds, Elizabeth Thomson and Robin White, were selected because of their connection to the Pacific, through art, ancestry, upbringing and everyday life.

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Events

| Starting | 30 January 2016

Poppy Project

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| 01, 8, 15 & 22 | February 2016

Sharing Images 101, Workshop Series

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14 | 02 | 16

Performing Arts- Jub Jub Club

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16 | 02 | 15

Talk by Bill Barnes, The Origins of WW1

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18 | 02 | 16

Film Society – Jane Eyre

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23 | 02 | 16

Talk by Ian Collins, The Fortunes of War

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28 | 02 | 16

Found Object Portraits- Jub Jub Club

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03 | 03 | 16

Film Society- The Lady in the Van

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13 | 03 | 16

Drawing and Details- Jub Jub Club

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27 | 03 | 16

Practicing Photography- Jub Jub Club

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10 | 04 | 16

Making Texture- Jub Jub Club

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| Wednesdays |

Art addicts

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Monthly- 2nd Friday | 10:30am |

In Colour

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| Monthly |

Film Society

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