Harvey Benge: Aide Memoire and other Stories

WELCOME … HAERE MAI …MALO E ME’A MAI …

Multilingual words of welcome emblazoned on Northart’s window frontage invite all visitors into the gallery, open daily from 10am to 4pm during exhibitions. Tucked behind the Northcote shopping centre and alongside the library in the Kaipatiki region of Auckland’s North Shore, Northart is just ten minutes from downtown Auckland, with plenty of free parking and bus stops nearby. The gallery provides an accessible and community focussed programme of exhibitions by emerging and established, local and national artists, which changes out every three weeks, so there’s always something new and interesting. You’ll also discover an associated programme of regular public events, classes and arts activities. So drop in next time you are in the neighbourhood, or make a special trip. You’re always welcome at Northart.

What's Happening

The Windows

MATARIKI - FRANCES ATKINS

25 June to 22 July
 
We celebrate the new beginnings that Matariki brings with an exhibition in the window space by Frances Atkins (Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Porou),

Gallery 1, 2, 3 and 4, 5

Five solo shows by Siobhan Crowley, Trevor Newman, Ian Moore, Ray Wilkinson and Frances Atkins

25 June to 11 July

Hours

Open daily 10am to 4pm during exhibitions, except for public holidays.
Windows Galleries - Viewable 24/7

Events & Classes

GALLERY TIME FOR KIDS

GALLERY TIME FOR KIDS

7 Jul 201811:00 AM - 1:00 PM

8 Jul 201811:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Drop-in art making sessions suitable for 5 years and over.

A WHAKAPAPA OF TRADITION with Ngarino Ellis

Seminar Series

Sun 22 Jul 20186:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Northart, Norman King Square, Ernie Mays Street, Northcote Shopping Centre, Auckland, New Zealand

A WHAKAPAPA OF TRADITION Ngarino Ellis

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Women's Suffrage North Shore

Know of someone who was involved with the Women's Suffrage movement on the North Shore? Have any photos or documents from you grandma or great grandma who was a suffragette? Get in touch with us!

We want to know more about the Women's Suffrage movement as it was in the Kaipatiki area - photos, newspaper clippings, letters, or any info you might have! Please contact Anna at anna.vdb@northart.co.nz if you've got something to share.