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Rotorua Seniors – An Art Interaction

Dec 09 - Feb 14, Central

Please load to Creative Rotorua Web and facebook, and General Eventfinda. Can co-host with RLC and Creative Communities. Public dates: Monday 9 Dec 2019 – 18 Mar 2020 - however RLC closed from 20 December 2019 until 5 January 2020. Opening times: 8am – 5pm weekdays. An exhibition of artwork created by Rotorua Senior Citizens. Artists Nicola Wright and Annette Bates received funding from the Rotorua District Creative Communities Scheme to run a series of art interactions with local se

Toi 19 - Art Exhibition

Nov 15 - Dec 04, Central

This November, Nineteen Graduates of Toi Ohomai’s Bachelor of Creative Technologies and Graduate Diploma in Creative Entrepreneurship (Level 7) Will be taking the Rotorua Lakes Council building by storm for their final Art and Design exhibition. What better environment to showcase these emerging artists, as they use artistic license to speak about issues close to their hearts; many of which align with Governmental wellbeing agenda, cross cultural education, mental health, sustainable practic

The Inktober Show

Oct 01 - Oct 31, Central

The Arts Village has some fun activities planned during October to showcase the amazing work done by local artists during Inktober 2019. During the month of October Rotorua and visiting artists are invited to come share their Inktober mahi in our Cottage Gallery. Watch this space for more information on activities on offer during this month. What is Inktober? Inktober is an amazing global arts challenge started in 2009 by Jake Parker as a challenge to improve inking skills and develop po

The Seeds of Time & The Beauty of the Human Body

Aug 03 - Aug 24, Central

This Exhibition combines the work of two artists, 'The Seeds of Time' by Andrew Griffiths, and 'The Beauty of the Human Body' by Stephan Neff. From Saturday 3rd August - Saturday 24th August, in our Mosaic Gallery. Supported with funding from Civic Arts Trust and TRG imaging. View this show during The Arts Village opening hours Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm, and Saturdays 10am to 2pm.

Song Cloud

Jul 03 - Jul 21, Central

Come down to Te Manawa (corner of Tūtanekai and Hinemoa Streets) and take a journey through the long white cloud to experience the world premiere of this immersive sound and light celebration of Matariki. This free art installation will be open daily from 5pm until 10pm between Wednesday 3 July and Sunday 21 July 2019. As you enter one end of the cloud you are drawn into a transformative journey of light, sound and the stars above. Matariki, the cluster of stars also known as Pleaides, ri

Top Art 2019

Apr 02 - Apr 11, Central

Top Art is an annual exhibition featuring some of New Zealand's top secondary school Visual Art portfolios, toured by New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Hosted by Rotorua Museum, this great showcase of New Zealand’s talented youth will be open to the public at Rotorua Library, Te Aka Mauri (Level two) from Tuesday 2 April until Thursday 11 April 2019. The exhibition is available to view during Library opening hours, except when closed by appointment for school groups. Top Art

WORDS Art Exhibition

Mar 09 - Mar 30, Central

WORDS is an Art Exhibition featuring local artists of works featuring text. 64 works, by 39 local artists, across 3 galleries at The Arts Village. The WORDS exhibition will be open from March 8 2019 - March 30 2019, during our opening hours: 9.30am-4.30pm Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm Saturday. Free entry. Artwork available for sale, ranging from $20 to $1500 A big thank you to Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust, who have supported this show with funding. Artists: - Angie Belcher - Annette Bates

The Great New Zealand Quilt Show

Mar 08 - Mar 10, Central

An exhibition of quilts and textile artworks showcasing the work of Aotearoa Quilters. A number of quilts will be for sale. Lectures, & floor talks will be running throughout the weekend giving an opportunity for visitors to learn about the art of quilting and textile art. 'Pink '12 x 12, 'Art Deco' and the 'New Zealand through our Eyes' national challenge quilts will be on display. Completed quilts will be collected for Cosy Kiwi Kids, keeping New Zealand Children warm. Specialist quil

Rotorua Lake Sculpture Trail

Dec 07 - Feb 17, Central

Sixteen talented sculptors spent 10 days creating beautiful new sculptures, as part of the 2018 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The new sculptures, relating to the symposium theme Ngā Wai o Rotorua – The Waters of Rotorua, will join specially selected artworks from previous Sculpture Symposiums to become part of the Sulphur Lake Sculpture Trail in Government Gardens, Rotorua. Have your say and vote for the People’s Choice Award. Explore the trail and vote for your favourite online to be in

Rotorua Field of Remembrance

Nov 07 - Nov 18, Central

Ka maumahara tonu tātau ki a rātau. We will remember them. The Rotorua District Field of Remembrance will be installed in Government Gardens to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the end of the First World War. At 11am on 11 November 1918 saw the signing of an Armistice between the Allied Powers and Germany – the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Each of the named crosses in this Field of Remembrance represents a soldier from the Rotorua District, who l

Te Tuki ā Paremata

Oct 27 - Nov 02, Central

Come and view this exceptional weaving exhibition showcasing pieces made by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Maunga Kura Toi (Raranga – Weaving) students. The exhibition, entitled, Te Tuki ā Paremata, is located at 1201 Eruera Street and is open from 27 October until 2 November, from 10am – 2pm. A paremata is a present or a gift which you give to your guests. Traditional paremata were circular in shape, with an apex at the top and a whole series of racks inside. Members of the community would plac

Women and Nature

Sep 08 - Sep 16, Central

Women and Nature is a solo exhibition by Diploma of Creativity student Fay Nicholls on display from Saturday 8 September until Sunday 16 September 2018. Nearly 30 artworks explore the many different energies and forms that women share with nature using different mediums including paint, ink, printing, stone carving, clay sculptures, photography and writing. The exhibition is aimed at igniting your soul with a passion for the beauty that is Women and Nature. Women and Nature is on displ