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Kites of all shapes and sizes to delight at Kite Day

1 Feb 2023

The skies above New Brighton Beach will be full of colour this Saturday as dozens of kites take to the skies at the beloved annual Kite Day event.


Have your say on Christchurch's new arts strategy

15 May 2019

A draft arts strategy inviting exploration of Christchurch’s dynamic arts and cultural landscape is out for public feedback.


Giant wall painting marks opening of new art exhibition

27 May 2020

A giant-sized painting has been created on the eastern outer wall of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetū.


Major artwork gifted to Christchurch

17 Jun 2019

A major painting by one of New Zealand’s most highly regarded artists has been gifted to Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.


The city's popular Dance-O-Mat is back

18 Aug 2022

After a $45,000 revamp, Christchurch's popular Dance-o-Mat is open for a boogie at its new central city site.


Art gallery mural celebrates atua wāhine

21 Feb 2022

A wild new mural that celebrates atua wāhine (Māori goddesses) is about to unfold on the ‘bunker’ outside Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.


New opening date for Ravenscar House Museum

6 Oct 2021

Christchurch’s stylish new art museum – Ravenscar House Museum – will open to the public on 8 November.


Swamp paintings surface at Christchurch Art Gallery

5 Nov 2019

Darkly elegant paintings and prints by contemporary artist Brent Harris will feature in his first Christchurch exhibition, Towards the Swamp.


Made in China on its way to Christchurch

6 Sep 2019

A large-scale sculpture by a celebrated Chinese contemporary artist is set to spark questions about what it means to live in Christchurch when you’re from elsewhere.


Gallery visitors greeted by new harakeke art work

15 Sep 2022

At your next visit, make sure you look up – a brand new commission from Mata Aho Collective is now swooping down from the skylights and across the foyer at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.