Location / Nearby Waiheke Community Art Gallery
Thirty five minutes into the morning sun from downtown Auckland lies beautiful Waiheke Island - home to a lively community of painters, sculptors, jewellers, photographers and ceramicists. Nestled between world-famous vineyards, olive groves and stunning beaches you will find the Waiheke Community Art Gallery ~Te Whare Taonga o Waiheke - promoting visual arts to an international standard and providing a focal point for arts-related activities. Our diverse range of exhibitions is updated monthly and designed to inspire and delight, bringing the best of New Zealand art to the island and offering the best of Waiheke's art to the world. The gallery is supported by our wonderful shop featuring high quality New Zealand ceramics, glass, jewellery and art forms - something for all! Our two national annual award exhibitions (Walker and Hall award for 2-dimensional art held in October) and Perpetual Guardian Prize for Small Sculpture (held in May) attract entries from all over New Zealand.
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We went here as part of the art trail walk in Oneroa - it was a great start to some great local art.
Community Arts Centre Waiheke
Visited the Arts Centre again on recent trip to Waiheke.
Tucked up around the corner from the Library in Oneroa, a definite must visit!!!
The centre always has a great range of exhibitions and a diverse retail shop area representing a wide selection of NZ Art
Great art to buy and also some great gifts available too, at a variety of price points .. Something for everyone.
Congratulations to all involved
Great place to visit
Would recommend visiting this place the information is worth your time. The local galleries have some great artwork and is reasonably priced
Fabulous Communty Art Gallery
Excellent exhibitions very friendly staff made us most welcome.Local artists and interesting art is available in the shop.
Great local art
Worth a visit to see some local artists work from sculpture, to jewellery and painting. Lots of interesting pieces. It is also upstairs from an incredibly quaint movie theatre.
When we were there the front was undergoing renovations but just go round the back. It was worth the visit.
A most interesting place to visit with a large range of exhibits covering a wide range of subjects. Will visit again on our next trip
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