Black Sheep Buzz: an updated walk through

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So much now happens down at the Black Sheep on the Corner of Plummer’s Point Road and State Highway 2 at Whakamarama in the Bay of Plenty I thought I’d walk you through the complex again.

One or two bloopers in the video so hopefully here’s the right stuff!

  1.   The Black Sheep Bar & Grill is open Wednesday to Sunday from 11am to 9pm
  2.   The Atrium Gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday from 11am to 5pm
  3.   The Atrium Art & Artisan Fair is on every last Sunday of the month from 11am to 3pm
  4.   The Jam Sessions are held every second Sunday of the month.
  5.   And Mr Harper’s name is David Harper!  Dave Harper and the Mens Shed in the Historic Village created the excellent and useful gallery walls in the Atrium.

An enormous amount of time, work and effort has gone in to creating the physical ambiance at the Black Sheep so that it now provides a platform for many aspects of art and creativity in the local area. There are regular exhibitions of visual art, music and workshops for adults and children.  Last night (Thursday 10th October 2019 they held a guitar competition – you’ll find images and video on facebook and check out the upcoming Shirley Ryder Show. 

More information about the Black Sheep and the Atrium Gallery https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Bar—Grill/The-Black-Sheep-Bar-Grill-1521530954835376/ and https://www.facebook.com/atriumgallerynz/

If you’re a local or driving up or down from Tauranga on your travels around the Bay of Plenty, call in to the Black Sheep – you’ll find more than coffee!

 

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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Not long to the Tauranga Arts Festival

AND IF YOU ENJOY CREATIVITY, BOUTIQUE SHOPPING, VINTAGE, RECYCLE, HOME DECOR, FAIRS & MARKETS, CAKE & JUST HAVING A LOOK check out 

The Corner Shop NZ      

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Here’s a peep at the goodies that we’ll be sharing later on The Corner Shop NZ facebook page

Beautiful Andrea Biani black suede ..

Cellini tan vintage shoulder bag

Locally grown dried flowers and seedpods

Original cards from The Corner Shop NZ

VISITING NEW ZEALAND & THE BAY OF PLENTY?  ENJOY THE ARTS, CREATIVITY, BOUTIQUE SHOPPING, GARDENS, VINTAGE, A WALK IN THE BUSH AND CAKE? CHECK OUT

NZ MUST SEE

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Food, drinks and creativity at the Black Sheep, Whakamarama

Foodie treats at the Whakamarama Farmers Market at the Hall every Friday night 3pm to 6pm

Art and creativity at The Incubator at the Historic Village

The shops at 9th Avenue Downtown Tauranga

The fabulous little town of Cambridge in the Waikato

Driving through Katikati check out The Arts Junction

The Dry Dock, Downtown Tauranga (diagonally opposite the Tauranga Art Gallery)

The Tauranga Art Gallery

Tauranga Art Gallery: Better than? …everything!

Walking in Upper Whakamarama

Sourcream and berry cake from the Crazee Cow in Morrinsville, Waikato. And yes that’s an eartag as your table number!

Black Sheep cake (one of them)

Visiting the Jam Factory at the Incubator

Calling in to Katikati’s Arty Tarts art and artisan crafts

Driving down to historic Maketu

Watching a Black Sheep Jam Session

Watching the ships at Pilot Bay

And watching the locals work!

WHERE EVER YOU ARE  AROUND THE BAY OF PLENTY

BE SAFE AND HAPPY AND ENJOY!

 

 
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