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Cleveland Living Arts Centre - Exhibitions

Cleveland Living Arts Centre - Exhibitions

Margaret Campbell

Miniature paintings creating Margaret's "Windows on Dunedin" - portraits, well-known buildings, trains of old and more..

7 June - 18 June, Regular hours Opening Tuesday 7 June, 5.30 -7.30pm

Otago Girls High School

Otago Girls High will be bringing together work from a range of art mediums by students of all school levels completed in 2004 and 2005. Performances of choir, dance, Kapa Haka, music, drama and media studies will take place on the weekend of 18th and 19th June to wow Dunedin audiences with young talent.

14 June-26 June, Regular hours Performances 18 & 19 June


Experienced Dunedin artist Rob Piggott reintroduces himself to the wider public again with new work as a starting point that will offer the viewer a small glimpse into the abstract world of his art. Since his last solo exhibition in 1999 he has been steadily working in his Carpet Court studio enjoying the patronage of those who know and follow his practice.

21 June-3 July, Regular hours Opening Tuesday 21 June, 5.30-7.30pm

Past CAA Winners

If you're an aspiring Cleveland Art Award entrant or you just want to know what the 2003 and 2004 winners are up to now, this show is for you!

29 June-10 July, Regular hours

Cleveland Living Arts Centre First Floor, Dunedin Railway Station

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