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Pātaka Friends Art Awards Exhibition

Pātaka Friends Art Awards Exhibition

The Pātaka Friends Art Awards is an annual exhibition that is made up of entries from artists working or studying in Porirua and produced in the 12 months leading up to the exhibition.

Artists working in the areas of photography, ceramics, painting and sculpture have featured strongly in previous years, but all manner of media can be used. Judges this year include Janet Bayly, Jane Hyder and Jonathon Milne.

The exhibition will be open to the public on 25 August and the Viewers’ Choice Award will be announced on 24 September.

What: Friends of Pātaka Art Awards

When: 25 August to 24 September 2017

Where: Bottle Creek Gallery

Prizes for this year’s art awards:
$1,000 Open Award sponsored by The Smith Family
$750 Highly Commended Award sponsored by Tommy’s Realty
$750 Jane Hyder Painting Award
The Creativity and Promise Award a six month Level 4 Certificate Programme at The Learning Connexion
$500 Viewers’ Choice Award


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