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December 2017

Kevin Capon: Portraits 1984-85

15 December, 2017 - 25 January, 2018

Portraits of prominent New Zealanders from within the arts community taken over the period of 1984-85. 15 December 2017- 25 January 2018

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January 2018

Alby Carter

26 January - 1 March

Okato, Taranaki artist who paints in an abstract expressionist style. From 26th January 2018 until 1st March 2018.

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March 2018

Jo Gallagher

2 March - 26 April

Jo Gallagher's sense of humour is a great feature of these quirky paintings and prints. 2nd March - 26th April.

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Bone Carving Workshop

30 March - 2 April
Mokau Hall, 28 North Rd
Mokau, 4376
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$35

The Tainui Historical Society presents the Easter Bone Carving Workshop with special guest Owen Mapp. Friday 30th March to Monday 2nd April 2018.

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April 2018

Chris Poletti and Kerry O’Sullivan

27 April - 14 June
Art Gallery

Local photographer Kerry O'Sullivan and Taranaki photographer Chris Poletti both show their work in this exhibition from 27th April to 14th June.

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June 2018

Phil Jones

15 June - 19 July

Phil Jones, New Plymouth artist, whose work combines illustration, graphic design and graffiti will be showing in the gallery from 15th June 2018 through to the 19th July 2018.

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July 2018

Rebecca Beyer

20 July - 23 August

New Plymouth artist Rebecca Beyer is showing her colourful acrylic paintings from the 20th July until the 23rd August 2018

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August 2018

Rural Schools Rock

24 August - 27 September

The local schools have got together to produce some wonderful artworks around the theme of "Working Together". These can be seen from the 24th August until the 27rd Sept 2018

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September 2018

The Sister and the Poet: Jerusalem

28 September - 1 November

Patea artist MB Stoneman is a printmaker and writer who uses these media to explore the lives of two people who once lived on the banks of the Whanganui River. The Sister and the Poet runs from Sept 29th through to Nov 1st.

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November 2018

Pip Guthrie – The Path of the Dart: Whai-tara

3 November - 6 December

Pip Guthrie, Taranaki photographer, has created a visual essay that explores the journey of Whare Matangi who followed a magic dart from Kāwhia to Waitara in search of his father, a local chief, Ngārue. This exhibition runs from November 3rd 2018 through to December 6th 2018.

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