The People’s Gallery at the Historic Village is curated by the Incubator Collective. It’s housed in the restored Forrester’s Hall. Here’s a look at the just-closed exhibition of still life-line drawing in a variety of media. Just a warning that the images are of naked human beings and if you find this offensive, please don’t look at the video.
Exhibitions at the People’s Gallery change regularly. There is also a smaller gallery and performance space within the Incubator building itself. If you are visiting the Bay of Plenty and Tauranga take a trip to the Historic Village. There are clean toilets and a great cafe “The Whipped Baker” The Historic Village is open Monday-Sunday 10am to 3pm – even if we didn’t know that when we were taking the video! Enjoy – details of the next exhibition are below the video.
Calling registrations now
matter consisting of elementary particles which are the antiparticles of those making up normal matter.
Open submissions now to Antimatter 2018
March is NZ’s sustainable month, and the Incubator Creative Hub is calling for submissions to a group exhibition. The exhibition will be featured in the People’s Gallery -Toi ka rere .
Opening event 2nd March Exhibition runs until 20th March
Brief : The brief is diverse and broad – Art from re-cycled and upcycled materials or a piece that represents an environmental statement that is close to your heart.
This will be an eclectic show with the opportunity for loads of free expression.
2 dimensional,photography, sculptural, conceptual accepted.
All works must be delivered to the People’s Gallery on the 27th and 28th February . Registration fee $10
2 medium to large submissions per artist are permitted.
A collection of small works to be hung close together as an installation is permitted as one entry.
Please fill out the form separately for each submission then click the link to be redirected the payment facility to pay your your registration fee .
Please call us 075713232 if you are having any issues completing rego/payment forms – Thank youIF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CHECK OUT THE INCUBATOR WEBSITE
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.
AND DON’T FORGET THE AFFORDABLE ART & ARTISAN FAIR IS ON AGAIN THIS SUNDAY AT THE BLACK SHEEP BAR & GRILL, Cnr SH2 and Plummers Point Road, WHAKAMARAMA, 11am to 3pm
Check out ARTbop contributor and star Fair organiser Birgitt Shannon’s video of the January Fair!
THE AFFORDABLE ART & ARTISAN FAIR IS HELD ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH!
COMING SOON: We have a wonderful text and image article by ARTbop’s Marcus Hobson of the Nelson “Museum” – full of ideas, images and an exhibition we should bring to Tauranga. Keep reading!