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Ashburton Art Gallery

327 West St

Ashburton | 7700

P | 03 308 1133

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Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

Closed Good Friday, Anzac Morning and Christmas day

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ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

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DATES & TIMES

17 July-10 September

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Taking inspiration from the much loved children’s book The Lorax by Dr. Seuss, Christchurch artist Annabel Menzies-Joyce’s solo exhibition brings together a new body of work inspired by her ongoing investigation into our natural environment and responsibility to protect it. An avid campaigner on behalf of New Zealand landscapes and botanics, Menzies-Joyce utilises her artistic practice to give voice to concerns surrounding industrial intensification, global warming and water pollution.

DATES & TIMES

17 July-10 September

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

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Entries open | 1 August- 12 November

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Awards Exhibition

Entries are now open to the Zonta Ashburton Female Art Award 2018. This award presented by The Zonta Club of Ashburton in partnership with the Ashburton Art Gallery is open to emerging and mid-career female artists based in Canterbury.

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18 January- September 2017

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Doofus a.k.a Assemble, Disassemble, Reassemble

Mark Braunias

Contemporary artist Mark Braunias has made a work directly on the foyer wall over 10 days in Jaunary. This large painting goes by the nickname ‘Doofus’

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6 August- 24 September

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Forest Lives

Anya Sinclair

Forest Lives is a solo exhibition of newly made works by Anya Sinclair which explore the forest as a fictional environment.

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10 September- 5 November

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Young Country

Kerry Hines, photographs by William Williams

Young Country is a exhibition that brings together nineteenth-century photography and contemporary poetry to offer a new and often surprising view of New Zealand’s past. Combining the talents of poet, writer and researcher Kerry Hines and the photographic images of William Williams which have been reproduced by international recognised photographer Wayne Barrar.

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