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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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    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

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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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

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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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

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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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island).

    With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island).

    With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island). With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island).

    With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.

    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 a vibrant and growing cultural facility in the heart of Te Waipounamu (the South Island).

    With over 20 years of operating history, the AAG is devoted to experimentation, innovation and engagement in art.  Located on the first floor of the Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre on State Highway 1, the AAG is a place for everyone to enjoy and discover art. The AGG is an independent charitable entity and is generously funded by the Ashburton District Council.  It is run by a small team of 5 staff and 22 volunteers.                

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Feature
Exhibitions

21 January - 22 February 2019

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Fluid Scapes

SANDRA HUSSEY

ARTIST TALK AND OPENING
SUNDAY 20TH JANUARY AT 2PM
For this exhibition Sandra Hussey has been drawn to a palette inspired by the New Zealand landscape and waterways. She experiments with the physical qualities of paint, with her works being constructed like a collage, working both directly on the canvas and also layering skins of paint onto the surface of the canvas.

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Until March 2019

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Croactus

Tony Bond

Christchurch-based artist Tony Bond has brought some playfulness to our foyer space with his wall installation Croactus comprised of 51 colourful ceramic sculptures.

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5 November- 10 February 2019

Snark

Snark: A Victorian Odyssey

David Elliot

We welcome the imagination of David Elliot to the Gallery with his exhibition Snark: A Victorian Odyssey which explores the mystery behind his award-winning book Snark. Through the “evidence” presented in this curious collection of illustrations and artifacts Elliot invites us to investigate what really happened on the Snark expedition.

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19 November 2018- 17 February 2019

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The Process of Place

Clive Humphreys

This exhibition of large charcoal and watercolour works explore sites of forest remants and bush on Waiheke Island. Clive Humphreys has spent years studying and learning from the British watercolourists and this is evident in the works in this solo show.

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Events

16 | March | 2019

Emma Fitts Artist Talk & Afternoon Tea

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17 | February | 2019

Jub Jub Club – Colour + Paint

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3 | March | 2019

Children’s Day

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17 | March | 2019

Jub Jub – Tie Dying

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Jub Jub – Artistic Response

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| 1st January 2019 - 10 February 2019 | Daily 10am - 4pm

Crews Clues – A Summer Art Gallery Trail

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| January - February | 2019

David Elliot Literary Invite

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| 10 december 2018- 10 February 2019 | Daily 10am- 4pm

Hunting For the Snark | Drawing Competition

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11 | February | 2019

Guided Tour of Clive Humphreys

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8 | February | 2019

David Elliot Talk

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| Wednesdays |

Art addicts

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Monthly | 2nd Friday |

In Colour | Art and Craft Club

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09 | 12 | 18

Summer Workshop | Jub Jub Club

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| school holiday periods | Daily 10am-4pm

School Holidays | Hands-on Activities

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| 10 December 2018 - 14 January 2019 | Daily 10am-4pm

Colour Play | Look and respond

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