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Auckland Art Gallery Events For July - August

Exhibitions

Auckland Art Gallery Events For Month Of July

Main Gallery

He kupu noatu: paintings by Colin McCahon
Free entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Cutting a Fine Line: Dürer’s Engraved Passion
Until 8 July
Free entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

On the Road: Paintings by Grahame Sydney
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Broader Vistas: Auckland by the Sea
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Pastorale
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

South
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Tissot: Still on Top
Opens 14 July
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700


Concert

Main Gallery

Saturday 21 July - Lower Wellesley Wing
An Evening Concert
Featuring international pianist Tamas Vesmas and renowned cellist Alexander Ivashkin who will be giving one New Zealand concert only (at the Auckland Art Gallery) whilst Alexander Ivashkin is visiting New Zealand from the Goldsmith College in London.


New Gallery

Winter Lounge: twenty years of Flying Nun
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Multistylus Programme
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Living Here
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700


Floor Talks/Lectures

2 pm Daily
Free guided tours of our permanent collection
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

2-2.45 pm 1 July
Tour for Kids
Admission
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

2 pm 1 July
Floor Talk with Kate Gallagher, Assistant Curator New Zealand Art
Entry with exhibition
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

3 pm 1 July
Winter Lounge Live
Entry with exhibition
New Gallery
Phone 307 7700


1 pm 5 July
Lecture by Mary Kisler Fact or Fiction: Portraits of Women in the Renaissance
Free Entry
Auditorium, Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 12 July
Floor talk with poet Kevin Ireland
Entry with exhibition
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 19 July
Floor Talk with Mary Kisler, Mackelvie Curator
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 26 July
Floor Talk with Sarah Hillary, Principal Conservator
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

Auckland Art Gallery Events for month of August

Exhibitions

He kupu noatu: paintings by Colin McCahon
Until 19 August
Free entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

On the Road: Paintings by Grahame Sydney
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Broader Vistas: Auckland by the Sea
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Pastorale
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

South
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Tissot: Still on Top
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Winter Lounge: twenty years of Flying Nun
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Multistylus Programme
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Living Here
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700


Floor Talks/Lectures

2 pm Daily
Free guided tours of our permanent collection
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 2 August
Floor Talk with Alexa Johnston
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

6 pm 2 August
Getting the Picture Lecture Series
Free Entry
Auditorium, Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

2-2.45 pm 5 August
Tour for Kids
Admission
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

3 pm 5 August
Winter Lounge Live
Entry with Exhibition
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

5.30 pm 5 August
Sunday Evening with artist Grahame Sydney
Admission
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 9 August
Floor Talk with Keith Stewart
Entry with Exhibition
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

6 pm 9 August
Getting the Picture Lecture Series
Free Entry
Auditorium, Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 16 August
Discussion with Flying Nun video artists
Entry with Exhibition
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

3 pm 19 August
Winter Lounge Live
Entry with Exhibition
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 23 August
A Conversation with artist Jim Speers and Curator Allan Smith
Entry with Exhibition
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

1 pm 23 August
Floor Talk with Kate Gallagher, Assistant Curator New Zealand Art
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Phone 307 7700

Auckland Art Gallery Events for month of September

Exhibitions

Frances Hodgkins
Until 27 January
Free entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Purangiaho: Seeing clearly
Casting light on the legacy of tradition in contemporary practice.
Until 25 November
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Tissot: Still on Top
Until 14 October
Free Entry
Main Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Winter Lounge: twenty years of Flying Nun
Until 16 September
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Multistylus Programme
Until 16 September
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700

Bambury: Works 1975-1999
Until 28 October
Admission Fee
New Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery
Daily
Phone 307 7700


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