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 November 2018

Funeral Notice
53 artists from around the world interpret a theme

Percy Thomson Gallery in Stratford
Opening 7.30pm, Friday 16th November
Stratford Art Society Members' exhibition
Showing in Opunake until Saturday November 3rd.

Mokau Museum and Art Gallery
Until 6th December Path of the Dart by pip Guthrie
A photographic exploration of the journey of Whare Matangi, who went in search of his father.
His mother gave him a magic dart which took him from Kāwhia through to Waitara stopping at five different points along the way.
Pip has photographed these points in a beautiful and haunting way that brings this journey to life and transports the viewer to another time and place.

JD Reid Gallery in New Plymouth
Artwork by Anthea Stayt, Connor Smith, Dale Copeland, David Rogers, Donna O'Donoghue, MiSun Kim, Richard Landers
Open until 18th November.

Percy Thomson Gallery in Stratford
Taranaki Quilt Festival until November 11.

Koru on Devon New Plymouth
And also on Level 1 of the BNZ building,
The art collection of the late Rex Wooffinden.
Including works by Michael Smither, Peter mcIntyre, Louise Henderson ....
All works for sale.

Koru on Devon, New Plymouth
A new gallery, 18B Devon St. East, upstairs. (Opposite BNZ)
Opening hours Wednesday - Sunday 3.30pm - 7pm or whenever the open sign is out.
A large natural light Gallery offering two exhibition spacees
with professional hanging system & good storage for works.
Taking bookings now.
Contact Fay Looney ( faylooney@xtra.co.nz ) ph 021410030
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Koru on Koru Gallery & Garden
283 Koru Rd, Oakura
Open each weekend 10am - 4pm or by appointment.
New artists welcome to view this free space.
The historic Koru on Koru site offers garden space for sculpture exhibition at no cost to Artist.
Ph. 06 7527807 / 021410030
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Coming Soon - (a new exhibition each month)
(email Dale if you're interested in having an exhibition on the Virtual TART site)


December: Need & Necessity
A collage a day, by Dale Copeland of New Zealand.

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