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Two Rooms presents a program of residencies and projects
by leading international and New Zealand contemporary artists.
8 Egmont Street
Wellington, New Zealand
play_station is an artist run initiative and studio space that is based 8 Egmont Street founded by Hugh Chesterman, Tom Hammar, Tyler Jackson, BENT and Kane Laing.
Thurs-Fri 12 -17 pm
Sat 12- 15 pm
48a Bond St, Kingsland, Auckland
Elam School Of Fine Arts
Main Fine Arts Building
20 Whitaker Place
Contact (during opening hours)
Phone: +64 9 3737599 ext 88000
307 Karangahape Rd (1st floor), Newton
(Entrance: Samoa House Lane)
Tel: +64 21 779 634
Hours: Thurs 2:30 - 6:00pm
Fri 1:00 - 5:00pm
Sat 12:00 - 4:00 and by appmt.
454 Karangahape Road.
Rockies is a new artist run initiative by Dylan John Scott, Joseph Griffen, Matt Coldicutt and Nicola Verdon.
336 St Asaph Street
An open studio and art space with the purpose of providing a creative workplace for individual and collaborative projects, and a venue for emerging artists to show work.
123 Commerce St,
Creative Directors: Eliza Webster, Geoff Clarke
Hours:Tues-Fri 10.00 -3.00
SMALL AXE STUDIO
164 Trafalgar Street,
Art space and private tattoo studio specialising in contemporary Tatau, Ta Moko and Tattoo from the South Pacific by father and daughter artist team Terry Koloamatangi and Matiah Whaiapu Koloamatangi.
Call 0274 464 777
ARI administered by James Wylie and Sam Thomas
33 High St, Auckland, New Zealand.
SPACE STUDIO & GALLERY
64 Taupo Quay,
New Zealand 4500
Space Studio & Gallery is an artist-run initiative founded February 2012 in Whanganui, New Zealand. Space provides opportunity for artists from a range of artistic disciplines to produce and exhibit work within a contemporary venue
Tues -Fri 10.00 am -2.00 pm
Phone 06-344 4744
SPLIT / FOUNTAIN
S/F is situated in 3C/23 Dundonald St, Auckland, New Zealand and operates variously as a design studio, publishing project, bookstore, distribution centre and exhibition space. S/F aims to provide a platform for facilitating collaborative projects and for showcasing art publishing happening both locally and internationally.
S/F is open Saturday from 12–5 pm or by appointment.
S/F street address:
3C / 23 Dundonald St
STATE OF PRINCES
State of Princes is a gallery and performance space dedicated to contemporary art practice.
We are located at 393 Princes St, Dunedin, Aotearoa.
Hours Th, Fri, Sat 11 - 4
223 Victoria Street
Hamilton, New Zealand
[tacit] is an art gallery to serve and strengthen the community in Kirikiriroa. Our values are a strong curatorial stance, a high quality of technical finish, a focus on emerging artists in the Waikato and established Aotearoa artists.
Co-directors: Nicole Fairey and Ellie Lee-Duncan
Call 027 350 8054
Terror Internationale is located above Joy Bong Thai,
1A Hereford St, (the Karangahape Rd corner),
Press Buzzer A
Open Friday 11.00 am-5.00 pm
Level 8, Suite 13
37 Swanston Street Melbourne
Fri: 5pm - 8 pm
Sat: 1 pm - 5 pm
THE PHYSICS ROOM
Level 3, 209 Tuam St
Tel: +64 3 379 5583
THE RUSSIAN FROST FARMERS
An artist-run space and umbrella programme for art projects, its physical exhibition and performance base is at 3 Eva Dixon Street in Wellington
Utopian Slumps ran from 2007 to 2009 as a non-profit curator-run arts initiative, reopening as a curator-run dealer gallery in April 2010.
33 Guildford Lane Melbourne
ZK/U (Centre for Arts and Urbanistics)
ZK/U – Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik
Tel.: +49 30 39885840
Fax: +49 30 39885841
General inquiries: info(at)zku-berlin.org
Residency inquiries: residency(at)zku-berlin.org
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