An exploration of the creativity and career of one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most iconic sculptors, Paul Dibble. Manawatū has been home to Paul and his family since the late 70’s, with the Dibbles establishing their foundry and sculpture studio. With a career spanning more than 50 years, Paul’s works reside in many private and public collections, both in Aotearoa New Zealand and overseas, including the tribute Southern Stand, the 2006 New Zealand War Memorial in London dedicated to the war dead of NZ in the First and Second World Wars.
The annual show where students graduating from the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts at Toioho ki Āpiti, Massey University, exhibit their finished works. See sculpture, painting and other media from the cutting edge of Māori artistic practice.
25 NOV - 7 APRBCM: Sweet & Sour
Enjoy a little something to chew over with Sweet & Sour, an exhibition by UCOL Te Pūkenga's 3rd Year Bachelor of Creative Media students. With a title like that, you're in for the unexpected...
Rita Angus is one of New Zealand’s most important 20th-century artists. She was fundamental to the establishment of a distinctive, modern school of art in New Zealand. Over a period of 40 years, Angus produced a remarkable body of work. This exhibition brings together a selection of 20 of her oil paintings, including many of her most important works.