110 at the People’s Gallery, Tauranga

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Was down at the Historic Village this afternoon.  Poked my nose into the People’s Gallery to check out the 110 exhibition.  Quick video for you to just get the flavour of this.  Do go down and have a look.  Such an eclectic collection of local art at an affordable price. 

 

Rosemary Balu. Rosemary Balu is the founding and current Managing Editor of ARTbop. Rosemary has arts and law degrees from the University of Auckland. She has been a working lawyer and has participated in a wide variety of community activities where information gathering, submission writing, community advocacy and education have been involved. Interested in all forms of the arts since childhood Rosemary is focused on further developing and expanding multi-media ARTbop as  the magazine for all the creative arts in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

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THE AFFORDABLE ART & ARTISAN FAIR AT THE BLACK SHEEP WHAKAMARAMA ON THE  LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH

(AND DECEMBER 16TH)

The next Affordable Art & Artisan Fair will be on Sunday 16th December 2018.   The Fairs are held within the Black Sheep Cafe & Restaurant complex on the last Sunday of every month 11am to 3pm.  There is heaps of parking, clean toilets and wonderful food and coffee.  There’s live music. There’s an event prize you can win.   If you would like to join us as an exhibitor/retailer of your original creativity or artisan products you can contact us at aaafair17@gmail.com

We are sign posted along SH2 with signage to the turnoff of SH2 and Plummer’s Point Road.  You won’t be able to miss us! We’re indoors over winter months and outside in the Summer.

Don’t miss the Affordable Art & Artisan Fair on the 16th of December!

All go at The Arts Junction Kati Kati – regularly changing exhibitions.  Make a point of visiting Kati Kati to see not only what’s on here but also at the wonderful boutique Western Bays Museum a short step along the road.

THE INCUBATOR CREATIVE HUB AT THE HISTORIC VILLAGE

The Artery arts learning space – check the link at the end of the images for the current programmes and courses

I’ve seen this spectacular insect before – one of the Incubator’s indicative side walls.

Beautiful restored building opposite the main Incubator – housing artists and art work

The mural on the green an Incubator Project led by artist Nick Eggleston

 

Artist Nick Eggleston seated in the Incubator “sitting room” and standing in the Incubator Gallery. Nick and his wonderfully executed and eclectic work can also be found at Imprint Gallery also within the Historic Village

The People’s Gallery at the Historic Village

A schedule of gallery events, workshops and other information can be found at The Incubator.

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