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Bay of Plenty Symphonia
RISING STARS COMPETITION 2015 – APPLICATIONS OPEN!
One of Bay of Plenty Symphonia’s objectives is to encourage young musicians – both in playing instruments and appreciating orchestral music. They do this by dedicating one of their concerts each year to ‘youth music’. In alternate years the Symphonia either performs a concert for Year 5-8 school children or runs a competition for secondary school students.
Towards the end of 2014 many of the younger children came along to Bethlehem College and enjoyed listening to the orchestra playing some favourite pieces. Several volunteers got to come up on stage and sit amongst the players, and some were even able to conduct the orchestra! As one happy young person said: ‘I thought that the show was amazing and very busy, so there was always a different instrument to look at.’
Next year it will be the turn of the older students, and applications are now open for the Symphonia’s fourth Rising Stars Competition. The competition is designed to give young musicians from the Bay of Plenty a platform to exhibit their talent, and to introduce them to the New Zealand public.
This year there will be two classes: the usual concerto competition for instrumentalists and, for the first time, a class for young composers. Concerto finalists will perform with the orchestra at a concert in September 2015 and the winner will be selected by a panel of nationally recognised judges. The winning composition will also be performed by Bay of Plenty Symphonia. Winners of both competitions and all concerto finalists will receive a cash prize.
AND NOW FORMING IN TAURANGA: THEATRE OF WOMEN “providing a stage for women in performance” The opening project/first performance of Theatre of Women is planned for International Women’s Day, 8th March 2015 “SUITCASES: WHAT WE CARRY WITH US AND WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND”
If you are a woman who wants to be seen and heard get in touch with Rupal Mehta on 021 0325 962 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
VINTAGE, RETRO & COLLECTABLE
The Brand New Monty Python Papperbok, reasonable condition for age (one page has small cut out) Amaze someone with this as a unique Christmas Gift! Offers to email@example.com + 64 7 571 8722
NZ v South Africa EP of commentary of 3rd test 1960 by Ian Balfour with introduction and commentary by Winston McCarthy If there’s a New Zealand Rugby Historian or Memorabilia Collector in your extended family, this is for them! Offers to firstname.lastname@example.org + 64 7 571 8722
All Blacks Tour 1963-4 A Complete Records of the Tour, Great Britain, France, Ireland by
Andrew Mulligan For the Rugby follower who has everything; a summer holiday read with a difference! Offers to email@example.com + 64 7 571 8722
Denby Greenwheat casserole dish (minus lid) an example of highly collectable English Denby pottery produced between 1955 and 1976. $20. firstname.lastname@example.org + 64 7 571 8722
Chrome leg/vinyl covered dining chairs (two) Highly sort after collectable furniture. $40. each email@example.com +64 7 571 8722
Vintage oak dining chairs for restoration (four) Sought after to restore, repaint, repurpose, redecorate $20. each firstname.lastname@example.org + 64 7 571 8722
BAY COURT COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE – where the arts come alive!
Durham Street, Tauranga www.baycourt.co.nz For more information Phone 07 577 7188
THE TAURANGA THEATRE ORGAN SOCIETY
was formed in 1987 to provide ongoing financial support and maintenance to the Mighty Wurli (Wurlitzer) Organ. The Society works closely with Baycourt Community and Arts Centre and the Friends of Baycourt to promote and share knowledge about the organ. Monthly meetings are held for members and friends to play and listen to the Mighty Wurli. We welcvome anyone who is interested in theatre organ music to join us, all ages are welcome. More information:
YOUNG FRIENDS OF THE GALLERY want to join a group of Young Friends of the Gallery for Year 9 to Year 13 students. Meet twice a term to discuss current exhibitions, plan events and competitions and socialise over afternoon tea. Attendance by gold coin donation. Contact and more information email@example.com Phone 07 578 7933
GALLERIE Fine Art
Bay Central Shoppng Centre 3/65 Chapel Street, Tauranga (Between The Raft Cafe and Financial Independence and opposite Rebel Sports)
Claccical, abstract & contemporary original oil, acrylic, gouache, watercolour and mixed media paintings, sculpture and limited edition prints from some of New Zealand’s finest artists. We can help you find that something special for your home or office.
THE ELMS MISSION HOUSE 15 Mission Street, Tauranga. Early European history. Historic House and Museum. The oldest European heritage site in the Bay of Plenty. Free entry to beautiful mature gardens. Walk around the trees, gardens and buildings. Guided tours of the interior (there is a fee) Open 9am – 4pm seven days during the summer season. For information about The Elms www.theelms.org.nz (and read The Elms Mission House and Gardens in Been & Seen, ARTbop November 2014)
TAURANGA HISTORIC HERITAGE WALK take a stroll down memory lane. Copies of this brochure for a walk around downtown Tauranga available from the Tauranga i-site and Ceative Tauranga.
ARTS MARKET @ THE CARGO SHED 5 Dive Crescent, Tauranga Waterfront, Winter hours Sat and Sun 10am 0- 4pm Art and Exhibitions.
THE TRADE AID SHOP has moved to Mount Maunganui
not just a shop a creative arts boutique.
BOOKS A PLENTY Grey Street, Tauranga. An interesting independent bookseller.
TAURANGA MUSICA Classical Music After a very successful 2014 season; Keep alert for information about the 2015 series of concerts. For information: www.taurangamusica.co.nz Phone 07 576 6774
BAY OF PLENTY SYMPHONIA The Bay of Plenty’s Community Orchestra
Bay of Plenty Symphonia is a local community orchestra based in Tauranga but also with members from the wider Bay of Plenty including Katikati, Rotorua and Te Puke. The players are enthusiastic amateur musicians of all ages who come together for weekly rehearsals and generally perform four concert programmes each year. Usually two of these concerts comprise relatively serious classical music, and one has a lighter programme with wider audience appeal. The remaining performance is dedicated to encouraging young people to enjoy and participate in orchestral music. On alternate years we present either a Kids’ Concert for years 5-8 school students, with plenty of fun and audience participation, or a Rising Stars competition for aspiring young soloists and composers.
Bay of Plenty Symphonia’s Music Director is Justus Rozemond, who is also principal conductor. Under his direction the orchestra has a policy of inviting top soloists to perform with the orchestra.
TAURANGA SOCIETY OF ARTISTS 71A Elizabeth Street, Tauranga Tauranga Society of Artists Inc. is a busy Society with nearly 200 members and plenty of opportunities for new or experienced artists to get together and to grow in confidence and skill.New members are welcome and may attend up to one month before officially joining. The Society programme operates from February to December and includes open studio opportunities where the artists paint together in the Society rooms, weekend workshops, competitions, critiques, social days, Society picnics, tutorials, exhibitions, help sessions, and more
ART IN THE PARK Original work for sale by members of the Tauranga Society of Artists Inc. Coronation Park, Mt Maunganui between 8.30am and 5pm (weather permitting) 2014: November 1 and 15; December 6 and 20; 2015: January 3 and 24; February 7, 14 and 28; March 14 and 28′ April 4 and 18; May 2; June 6.
TAURANGA CREATIVE FIBRE Tauranga Arts and Crafts Centre, Elizabeth Street, Tauranga for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TAURANGA WRITERS Alzheimer’s Society House, 116 13th Avenue, Tauranga First Thursday of every month at 7pm is a self help group for writers established in 1967
TAURANGA STORYTELLERS’ GROUP Last Thursday of month. Learn how to develop your storytelling skills.Phone Claire on + 64 7 577 7220
COPYCORNER Willow Street, Tauranga design copy create prints the occasional cafe edition of ARTbop email@example.com Phone 07 571 8006
ALIMENTO First Avenue, Tauranga Where ARTbop meets. Good food and good times. Free weekend parking and weekday metered parking out front. Check out the chalk mural and the art in the Rosalie Room.
FLUX Boutique & Espresso Bar Homewares and gifts, restored furniture, vintage and contemporary homewares, Allpress Espresso www.fluxboutique.co.nz Phone or text your orders to 027 304 5544 has moved to Mount Maunganui
MID-TOWN TAURANGA & SUBURBS
GB GUTHRIE BOWRON
325 Cameron Road, PO Box 73, Tauranga
THE ENTERTAINERS CLUB Citizens Club, 13th Avenue, Tauranga Every second Sunday 5-8pm Good music $10. To join the email list email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Bruce Lannam 027 473 5644
TAURANGA MONTHLY FILM NIGHT Citizens Wesley Centre, 13th Avenue, Tauranga Informative and interesting environmentally focussed films and discussion. Most often held at the Wesley Centre (13th Avenue) – The voluntary work of two dedicated couples. Supper is always served – delicious homemade biscuits. Facebook: Tauranga Monthly Film Night
HISTORIC VILLAGE, 155 , 17TH AVENUE, TAURANGA SOUTH A collection of resited early Tauranga buildings housing a variety of art, artcraft, unique retail, arts organisations and social services offices.
GARDEN AND ART FESTIVAL Offices at the Historic Village on 17th Avenue, Director’s Office Every two years the wider Tauranga region showcases garden and art and November 2014 was no exception. Don’t miss the next wonderful festival showcasing Tauranga’s art and gardens www.gardenandart.org.nz Phone 07 570 2525
MICHELLE MCDONNELL LANDSCAPE DESIGN LIMITED
Phone 07 577 1118 Mobile 021 717 596
THE INCUBATOR Historic Village on 17th Avenue , Tauranga Artist collective studios and project space in the Historic Village Tauranga. Empowering and collaborative gallery and workspace for art projects.exhibitions. Check out the body painting pageant happening in November “Dia de Los Muertos” detail on the incubator facebook site www.theincubator.co.nz email email@example.com
THE ARTERY AFTER SCHOOL ART Where art is in the Heart – kids create art
CLAY ART STUDIO Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga art, clay silver, ceramic painting and mosaics art, classes and supplies PO Box 15058 Tauranga email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 07 571 3726
YOUNG AT ART DOWN UNDER Historic Village, 17th Avenue Tauranga Joyce van der Lely, Mixed Media Artist and Designer, including tutorials in arts and crafts and on-line art class videos www.facebook.com/youngatartdownunder
VINTAGE COLLECTABLES and Woolcraft
Historic Village, 17th Avenue Tauranga. An ecclectic variety of traditional crafts and vintage clothing and collectables. Open Tues 1pm-3pm and Thu-Sat 10am-3pm (Cash Sales Only)
Beauty and Massage Therapy/ Preloved & Recycled Clothing
Historic Village, 17th Avenue Tauranga
THE TREE HOUSE GALLERY 1149 Cameron Rd, Gate Pa
Open Wed-Fri 10.am -5.pm and Sats 10am-3pm Original handmade art at affordable prices
Phone 571 1440
CHESS Tauranga RSA Greerton, Tauranga For the whole family Meets very Friday from 6pm onwards Phone Noel 07 579 5412
TAURANGA ACOUSTIC MUSIC CLUB McSwiggans Irish Pub 7.30pm For more information, Phone Paul 07 579 2346
OTUMOETAI TOY LIBRARY for quality toys for under fives!
Behind St Joh’s Church 94 Bureta Road, Otumoetai, Tauranga.
Become a member and hire toys for $1 – $5.
Open Tue 9.30am- 11.30am, Thu 9.30am-11.30am Sat 9.30am-11.30am
Phone 027 857 7452 email email@example.com
and find us on facebook A service of the St John’s Anglican Parish, Otumoetai
(fostering creativity through play!)
LIGHTWAVE GALLERY a virtual (online) gallery featuring the unique narrative and visual work “The early years of Nikolai Eaglestone AKA RayGun Rex” (a new section of this series is scheduled for release) and the exhibition and work of associated gallery artists and gallery director and artist Ken Wright.
For more information phone the Director Ken Wright on 021 995 092 or 07 929 7573
OD GALLERY Totara Street, Mount Maunganui, the identifiable art style of wellknown and internationally acknowledged street artist Owen Dippie www.owendippie.com
ART + BODY GALLERY 229A Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui 3116 a creative studio, espresso bar and art gallery space. Take a look at their facebook pages:-
email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 07 213 2213 or mobile 021 331 072
OLD GRUMPY’S GALLERY 276 Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui for and eclectic collection of curios, art and books www.oldgrumpys.co.nz
Ph 07 07 281 1256 or 022 0430 862
THE TRADE AID SHOP now in the main Mount shopping area, Maunganui Road,
not just a shop a creative arts boutique.
ZOHAR GALLERY 104 Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui New Zealand flavoured art and art craft boutique and individual artist exhibitions Phone 07 574 7428
WHITE LION & CO
Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui Downtown shopping street for beautiful clothing, accessories and unique repurposed and painted furniture Email email@example.com Ph 07 579 5722
FLUX Boutique & Espresso Bar Homewares and gifts, restored furniture, vintage and contemporary homewares, Allpress Espresso www.fluxboutique.co.nz Phone or text your orders to 027 304 5544
THE LITTLE BIG MARKETS take a look in Coming Up (and going on) for Papamoa and Mount Maunganui Little Big Market details www.littlebigmarkets/nightowl.co.nz
THE LITTLE VINTAGE MARKET Mount Citizens Club 9am – 2pm 3rd Saturday of every month
NIGHTOWL CINEMA Summer outdoor cinema at Mount Drury Mount Maunganui – take a look at Coming Up (and going on) for current and future showing times www.littlebigmarkets/nightowl.co.nz
MOUNT MAUNGANUI CREATIVE FIBRE
Arataki Community Centre, every Thursday at 9am-1pm.
Share & learn spinning, weaving, crochet, knitting, felting and other creative crafts.
Phone Jan 07 574 1265.
MOUNT MAUNGANUI ART GROUP
St Peter’s Church, 11 Victoria Road, Mt Maunganui Every Thursday 9am-1pm.
Visitors welcome Phone Merilyn 07 575 6777
HEART OF JOY
Creative fabric crafts for all ages and stages. Check them out on facebook Phone 07 544 9030
MAUAO PUBLISHING the latest publication for children from talented author Debbie McCauley. Contact Debbie to purchase copies of the bi-linqual edition of “Motiti Blue” the story of the little blue penguin, Motiti Island and the wreck of the Rena https://www.facebook.com/mauaopublishing
MAUAO AREA WILDLIFE TRUST
Ollie Milliner Bay of Plenty Co-Ordinator
Hospitality waste management and sustainable practice
Phone 022 085 4817
TAURANGA RURAL FRINGE
THE BETHLEHEM POTTERY CLUB 13 Bethlehem Road, Tauranga 3110
POTTERY TUITION: Liz Clark 07 544 9281 and Dennis De Witt 07 544 5476
the UP market (the Cambodia Charitable Trust) Bethlehem Town Centre store selling products purchased from Cambodia. Supporting Cambodian artisans and sponsorship. Breaking the poverty trap -one step at a time.
The Up market needs volunteers to work either between 9.30am and 1.00pm or 1.00pm to 4.30pm either once a week, once a fortnight or once a month. If you an help Phon Brian or Fiona on 07 576 7244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
AVALON COUNTRY STORE Cnr Gill Lane & SH2 Te Puna RD4 Tauranga 3174 unique ability through disability – art, art craft, original clothing and homewares in a country boutique setting www.avalon.org.nz email email@example.com Phone 07 552 4904 ext 112
VILLAGE@ 7 Corner of SH2 and Clarke Road (7 Clarke Road) Te Puna . A collection of look at me little retail spaces in a rural garden setting. Original art with local and tourist focused flavour at the Turner Gallery, an artists’ collective which smells divine from its handmade soaps section, possum/merino garments, quilting, vintage and collecatables, pots and garden features and the Cafe Paradiso. Phone 07 552 6693
SHAKESPEARE @ TE PUNA QUARRY PARK
“A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM” on the DRAGON LAWN
Series commences 11th February 2015 (See the information in ARTbop Coming Up and Going on Featured February 2015) The production is directed by Suzy Sampson of Twiceasgood Productions.Tickets available at www.ticketek.co.nz or at Baycourt Box Office, Durham Street, Downton Tauranga.
PAHOIA CREATIVE FIBRE GROUP
Meets the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays of the month at the Settlers Hall at 10am. They also organise Spin in Public at a cafe every 4th Tuesday of the month Evening meetings every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm For more informatin Phone Barbaarea on 552 5554 or Essie 548 0843
at the Omokoroa Settlers’ Hall 9am – 3pm each week. The 4th Thursday of the month we sketch on location or start from the Hall 10.30am – 3.00pm. Come for whatever time you have available. Bring your lunch or whatever suits you. Tea and Coffee are provided.
For more information please telephone Karen 548 1454 or Pat 548 2699
OMOKOROA HISTORY GROUP
ornerMeets every two months to exlore and preserve the history of the Omokoroa area. Newcomers are welcome. If you are interested in learning more about the history of your area or wish to support this history focused group please telephone Jocelyn 548 0110 or Coling 548 1485
TARNZART Mirror Garden Art Tania Minnell, Artist, Whakamarama unique outdoor garden art. firstname.lastname@example.org tarnzart.kiwi.nz Phone (07) 55 4492 027 329 4628
KATIKATI CRAFT & MURAL CENTRE main road, Katikati Village. Longstanding art and artcraft collective of local creatives and artists email@example.com
LITTLE BLUE HOUSE Art and exhibition space, centrally located in Katikati Township, just moments off the main town road. Well signposted and flagged.
THE VILLAGE ARTS & CRAFTS immediately in front of The Little Blue House, an arts and craft collective exhibition and selling primarily locally created art, artcraft, merino knitwear, New Zealand jade (pounamu) jewellery and artefacts.
KATIKATI ART GALLERY
Memorial Hall, Main Road, Katikati Gallery and Art Group
Regularly meeting artist’s working groups. Regularly changing exhibitions.
Phone Molly 07 549 3377
JENNY’S CAFE Katikati Village, Main Road – good people – yummy food!
ROTORUA MUSEUM TE WHARE TAONGA O TE ARAWA Oruawhata Drive, Government Gardens, Rotorua Open Daily March-Nov 9am-5pm and Dec-Feb 9am-6pm Art+Culture+Heritage
For specific event information, prices and bookings contact Naiomi Murgatroyd firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 07 351 8055
BLUE BATHS Queens Drive, Government Gardens, Rotorua Historic swimming pool complex
THE ROTORUA ARTS VILLAGE & ROTORUA ARTS VILLAGE ART/CRAFT SHOP
1240 Hinemaru Street, Rotorua www.artsvillage.org.nz Phone 07 348 9008
ROTORUA ELIM GALLERY
1149 Eruera Street, Rotorua Open daily 9am – 5pm and Sundays 10 – 12 noon
New Zealand art and sculpture
1155 Pukuatua Street, Rotorua
Custom Framing Specialist & artcraft boutique
TE MANUKA TUTAHI MARAE & MATAATUA WHARENUI THE HOUSE THAT CAME HOME
Muriwai Drive, Whakatane Architectural and cultural history and the inherent story of a people.
WHAKATANE LIBRARY & EXHIBITION CENTRE – TE KOPUTU A TE WHANGA A TOI
Esplanade Mall, Kakahoroa Dr, Whakatane. A library, a community space, a gallery and an museum in the centre of a traditional New Zealand coastal, rural town
COROMANDEL WATCHDOG OF HAURAKI
protecting the Coromandel Peninsual from mining
BREAD & BUTTER GALLERY
25A Albert Street, Whitianga
Contemporary New Zealand Fine Art
www.breadandbutter.co.nz Phone 07 866 4927
WAIKATO & SOUTH WAIKATO
SOUTH WAIKATO ARTS TRUST – THE PLAZA
large flexible venue that accommodates an audience of 5 to 500.
ART ON MAIN Tirau on The Hill 17F Main Street Tirau a collective gallery of New Zealand artists displaying new and original work of paintings, pottery, craft and photography. Contributing Artists include:
Raewyn Constable email@example.com
Fiona Tunnicliffe firstname.lastname@example.org
Art on Main Tirau is open 7 days from 10am to 4pm www.facebook.com/ArtOnMainTirau
ARTS SERVICES & SUPPLIES:
THE TAURANGA CITY LIBRARY Business@theLibrary
tclbusinessblog.wordpress.com Michelle Sims Business Information Librarian
Casual and comfortable information forums for local business owners and operators.
LIGHTHOUSE BOOK PUBLICITY & PROMOTION Bay of Plenty, Lorraine Steele. Professional assistance with book publication and promotion www.lighthousepr.co.nz
helping writers to self publish and achieve success
ARGANTE LITERARY SERVICES
bringing out the book in you
Phone Jenny Argante (07) 576 9212
40 Wharf Street, Central Tauranga
Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sats 10am-2pm Closed Sunday and Public Holidays.
Tauranga’s largest art supply store with a comprehensive range of luscious art supplies and brands such as Monmatre, Winsor & Newton; Atelier; Art Spectrum; Prismacolour, Copic and more
TAKE TIME PAINTING WORKSHOPS Tutor: Lois Isaacs
Acrylic Mixed Media Watercolour one day workshops held at the Welcome Bay, Tauranga studio of artist Lois Isaacs. An experienced and qualified art tutor with over twenty years experience Lois offers workshops on an “on demand” basis run with the dates to suit individual participant needs. Class size is limited to a maximum of 4 students. Beginners and advanced. Workshops cost $130. including morning and afternoon tea. 9.15am to 4.30pm.
Phone 07 544 6510
BAZ MANTIS PHOTOGRAPHY
ANNETTE M MCLACHLAN
email email@example.com (07) 571 3188
Oropi RD3 Tauranga 3173 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 07 578 9743
JIMMY JAMES KOURATORAS
Phone + 64 09 624 3903 Mobile + 64 27 450 9922
PAREWHATI TAIKATO MsocSc
Flax Fibre Arts, Exhibition Co-Ordinator
Email email@example.com Phone 022 394 1217
www.gibsonsstudio.co.nz Phone 021 885 839 and
TULT DESIGN LIMITED
www.whyaye.co.nz Phone 021 885 839
Writer Producer Director
www.jimicolzato.wix.com/portfolio Phone +64 7 571 1090 Mobile +0064 21 158 4809
DECIMAL add value
Wide ranging services including people planning, NZQA assessment & moderation, instructional design, business analyst services, quality management services, company publishing, print & digital design, provider project management, online learning design, IT and database services, corporate training, NZQA qualification scoping
Upholstery & Design Furniture
THE BIG SMOKE BBQ CO.
Gourmet Barbecue catering
THE CONFECTIONERY COLLECTION
Sarah Walton, Chocolatier at the Tauranga Farmers Market
Chocolates that are good encough to frame!
ALICE & CO SHOP
THE GOOD JEWELLERY CO
Shop on line
Makers of One of a kind Windchimes and garden Ornaments
Artist/Creator Tank Mgill
Phone 07 827 3921 Cellular 027 753 0168
KITSCHIKOO stylish indoor plants!
Indoor plants in interesting and/or vintage containers to enhance the interior of your home, your covered outdoor area, your beach house, your office! Yes, you could do it yourself: but would you ever get around to it! Look for them at the Papamoa market and other local markets or email firstname.lastname@example.org +64 7 571 8722
SPCA, Tauranga is looking for assistants in their retail shop in Greerton. This is something you could do to support the work of this worthwhile organisation. Application forms downloadable from www.taurangaspca.co.nz or all into the shop at 193 Chadwick Road, Greerton.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore 2nd Avenue, Tauranga is looking for volunteers to help in their recycle (second hand) store. If you have a spare three hours a week, a fortnight or a month give us a call on 07 571 5052 or come in and talk to one of our staff or volunteers about working to support the work of Habitat for Humanity through the ReStore shop.
Telephone 571 5052
Tauranga Historical Society Inc. Is looking for people interested in being information guides for the historic Brain Watkins House (corner of Elizabeth St & Cameron Rds).
Please email email@example.com
The UP Market (the Cambodia Charitable Trust) needs volunteers to work either between 9.30am to 1.00pm or 1.00pm to 4.30pm either once a week, once a fortnight or once a month. If you can help Phone Brian or Fiona on 07 576 7244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org