Sustaining the Local


18 June – 19 July

Times: Various

  • Wednesday

    10.00AM – 4.00PM

  • Thursday

    10.00AM – 4.00PM

  • Friday

    10.00AM – 4.00PM

  • Saturday

    10.00AM – 4.00PM

  • Sunday

    10.00AM – 4.00PM

Venue: The Central Art Gallery

Due to unprecedented and unforeseen circumstances of a countrywide lockdown, Aotearoa New Zealand has turned to Sustaining the Local, our local. The Central’s annual group show welcomes an array of new and familiar faces, delivering a high calibre of work. 

You will find a new painting by Michael Hight, symbolising the Ashburton River / Hakatere region, delicate renditions of Bing Dawe’s family galaxiidae and Ōhinehou Lyttelton local, Asher Newbery, who’s works consider notions of life, astronomy and the earth. 

Exhibiting artists include, Michael HightAsher NewberyBing Dawe, David Murray, Jon JeetKulimoe’anga Stone MakaNeil Dawson, Fiona Van OyenPete WheelerEmma Camden, Larisse Hall, Charrette Van Eekelen and Simon Edwards. 

Artwork: David Murray, Territory.  

Location map

Library,
Worcester Boulevard

Market Square South Quad North Quad Registry Student Union The Gym Engineering Common Room Library Biology, Observatory and Physics Chemistry School of Art West Lecture Classics Rutherford's Den Clock Tower Boy's High Workshop Great Hall
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