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The Auckland Festival of Photography Festival celebrates with culture identity art and participation events. A city-wide contemporary art and cultural event which takes place within Auckland's major galleries, project spaces, non-gallery venues and public sites during June each year. The programme includes a mix of emerging and established artists and comprises existing works and creation of new work. The annual Creative Exposure Festival is produced by the Auckland Festival of Photography Trust. The Trust's goals and objectives are:Supporting and encouraging local emerging photographers to develop and exhibit their work to the public in Auckland Region-wide community partnerships and participation -Partnerships with relevant arts and cultural organizations and individuals in the art education and private sectors to facilitate the presentation of photography -A wide range of photographic arts stakeholders including public and commercial galleries and mainstream and cutting edge professional, exhibiting artists -Open-access programmes include "A Bit of a Do" and "Auckland Photo Day" and "Auckland Photo Blog" (online digital participation) -Representing cultural diversity through photographic exhibitions -Strengthen regional identity and assisting the development of cultural tourism in the region. The Auckland Festival of Photography embraces photographers of every kind. The festival offers established, professional, as well as emerging, student, hobby and first-time...
The George Fraser Gallery is the public exhibiting space of Elam School of Fine Arts and a valuable teaching resource for the professional presentation of artwork in the public arena. Regular shows of edgy and innovative artwork provide focused attention on the active participation that the George Fraser Gallery and the Elam School of Fine Arts have in the wider art and design culture. Set in the grounds of Albert Park, the gallery attracts visitors from this wider community and is often the space where the work of emerging artists is first exhibited.
Chris Chateris and Alicia Courtney: FHE Galleries present individual works of excellence from New Zealand, the Pacific and other cultures.
The Artstation Gallery shows art from the diverse communities within Auckland city. There is a new exhibition in the Artstation Gallery every three weeks. The open access studios include a darkroom, cast glass facility and a print studio, these are available for hire by experienced artists. Artstation is funded by Auckland City.
Auckland Museum is one of the finest museums in the Southern Hemisphere and holds significant collections of natural social and miliary history related to New Zealand.
wanganui photographic heritage McNamara Gallery photography New Zealand Pacific Rim photographically-based art. exhibiting exhibitions promoting lens-based media modern and contemporary art: Laurence Aberhart, Mark Adams, Fiona Amundsen, Wayne Barrar, Janet Bayly, Alan Bekhuis, Peter Black, Gary Blackman, Dinah Bradley, Rhondda Bosworth, Richard Barraud, Gordon H. Brown, Joyce Campbell, Murray Cammick, Ben Cauchi, Fiona Clark, Richard Collins, Daniel Crooks, Max Coolahan Estate , Elaine Campaner Australia , Lisa Crowley, John S. Daley, Marian Drew, Dan Estabrook, Anne Ferran, Hayden Fritchley, Darren Glass, Neil Hamon, Paul Hartigan, Geoffrey Heath, Derek Henderson, John Johns, Paul Johns, Alan Knowles, Nikolai Kokx, Ian Macdolald, Robin Neate, Anne Noble, Tanja Nola, Max Oettli, Richard Orjis, Fiona Pardington, Neil Pardington, Peter Peryer, Natalie Robertson, Jono Rotman, Haruhika Sameshima, Aaron Seeto, Ann Shelton, Ross T. Smith, Hamish Tocher, David Van Royen, Christine Webster, Len Wesney, Ans Westra, Wayne Wilson-Wong, Jane Zusters
While it has been a long time coming, the Gallery s development plan can now move toward its next major phase construction following a second interim decision handed down by the Environment Court in late December. The decision supported the Auckland City Council s revised design proposal for the level 2 daylit gallery roof, which significantly reduced the roof s height and bulk while still enabling the Gallery to retain a high quality exhibition space at the top of the building, leaving the balance of the plan undisturbed. Given the decision, I can confirm that the main gallery building will close from 5.00 p.m. on Friday 29 February 2008. The building will close for approximately 2 years and throughout this period exhibitions and events will continue at the Gallery s existing New Gallery building, just across the road. With the required resource consents affecting construction in place, we propose to commence building in late March, subject to the letting of tenders. This will be a moment gripped with emotion for many people: not least for our regular visitors and for the many artists who have exhibited in or otherwise been inspired or challenged by the Gallery and its programmes; and for current and former staff who will witness the end of an era. While I encourage you to visit the main gallery building before the 29th to see it for the last time in its current form, I am hugely relieved that our development vision can now begin to be realised. Indeed, it returns the...