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EXHIBITIONS ON Monday 29 January
Start from: November 24, 2023 - 10:00 am
End at: March 3, 2024 - 4:30 pm

Portage 23Ongoing

EXHIBITIONS ON Tuesday 30 January
Start from: November 24, 2023 - 10:00 am
End at: March 3, 2024 - 4:30 pm

Portage 23Ongoing

EXHIBITIONS ON Wednesday 31 January
Start from: November 24, 2023 - 10:00 am
End at: March 3, 2024 - 4:30 pm

Portage 23Ongoing

EXHIBITIONS ON Thursday 01 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Friday 02 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Saturday 03 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Sunday 04 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Monday 05 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Tuesday 06 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Wednesday 07 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Thursday 08 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Friday 09 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Saturday 10 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Sunday 11 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Bill Culbert: Blue Cloud, Green Waterfall

a selection of works by esteemed New Zealand artist Bill Culbert made between 1974 and 2012 alongside previously unexhibited archival material dating from 1963 onwards.

09 December - 11 February  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Monday 12 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Tuesday 13 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Wednesday 14 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Thursday 15 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Friday 16 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Saturday 17 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
New Winds: Te Uru Art Auction Fundraiser

Working with the support of artists and gallerists, Te Uru is pleased to announce its first fundraiser art auction.

17 February - 17 February  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Sunday 18 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Monday 19 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Tuesday 20 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Wednesday 21 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Thursday 22 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Friday 23 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Saturday 24 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Sunday 25 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Monday 26 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Tuesday 27 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Wednesday 28 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Thursday 29 February
Alan Ibell: Exterior (with Buried Keepsakes)

Alan Ibell’s diorama-like installation in Te Uru’s window space takes its inspiration from an earlier painting by the artist, House at Night (2020). The shift to three-dimensionality allows Ibell to expand further upon themes that regularly underpin his work: enclosure, isolation, the tussle between interior versus exterior.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Hiria Anderson-Mita: kuhu mai

Since 1998, Hiria Anderson-Mita (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) has been capturing the unassuming and intimate details of everyday life in delicate paintings. kuhu mai gathers a selection of paintings that focus on spaces and scenarios unoccupied by human figures.

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Laura Williams: Settle Petal

Small to medium in scale, Williams’ ‘amuse-bouche’ paintings typically comprise colourful, fanciful and delightful arrangements of flowers. Settle Petal is a celebration of these works, and the floral imagery which threads through Williams’ paintings. 

09 December - 17 March  |  See event detail
Portage 23

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa. Established in 2001, the Portage Ceramic Awards is a hallmark event for Aotearoa’s ceramics community, showcasing some of the best work currently being made, and serving as a platform for dialogue about developments in the ceramics field.

24 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
Don Binney: Drawing the Waitākere Coast

Throughout his life, Don Binney had a strong personal connection with the Waitākere coast and surrounding areas. In 2010 Binney published Drawing the Waitakere Coast which pairs a series of 24 drawings capturing the area from Huia to Te Henga with text by the artist.

18 November - 03 March  |  See event detail
EXHIBITIONS ON Friday 01 March
Start from: November 24, 2023 - 10:00 am
End at: March 3, 2024 - 4:30 pm

Portage 23

EXHIBITIONS ON Saturday 02 March
Start from: November 24, 2023 - 10:00 am
End at: March 3, 2024 - 4:30 pm

Portage 23

EXHIBITIONS ON Sunday 03 March
Start from: November 24, 2023 - 10:00 am
End at: March 3, 2024 - 4:30 pm

Portage 23