Welcome to the Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre

Current exhibitions

New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass Members Exhibition

21 October 2014 to 16 November 2014, Long Gallery

The Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre is proud to showcase the New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass Members' Exhibition for 2014.  Held in conjunction with the Society's biennial conference, this exhibition celebrates work created by members during the preceding 12 months.

 

On display are around 60 works, highlighting the current trends, ideas and innovations in New Zealand Glass Art.  Examples from the many different glass art techniques are included, from blowing, casting, and fusing to stained glass.

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Allan McDonald: The Unstable City

30 September 2014 to 23 November 2014, Photography Gallery

Allan McDonald’s exhibition The Unstable City examines the heritage layer of our Victorian and Edwardian environments within social, physical and historical contexts. McDonald’s photographs feature urban New Zealand localities in the Christchurch post-earthquakes environment, to draw attention to the fact that our architectural heritage is under increased threat.

 

This exhibition is part of Auckland Heritage Festival 2014.

Upcoming events

Opening: Peter Gibson Smith

10 November 2014, 6-8pm, Main Galleries

Join us at the Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre for the opening of Peter Gibson Smith: 31 Years Survey 1984-2014 - works from the Wallace Arts Trust Collection.

The Wallace Arts Trust celebrates 31 years since the first work by Auckland artist Peter Gibson Smith was acquired by patron Sir James Wallace for his growing collection of contemporary New Zealand art. The expansive vision, imaginative power, and technical virtuosity of Peter Gibson Smith are revealed in this colourful survey of three decades of the artist’s sustained development.

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Public Event: New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass Members Exhibition

24 October 2014, 6-8pm, Long Gallery

You are invited to public event for the New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass Members Exhibition on Friday 24 October, 6-8pm.

The New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass was formed in 1980 and celebrates the diversity of glass art techniques from blowing, casting, slumping, fusing, and flame working,to pâte de verre and stained glass. Its membership includes artists, teaching institutions, suppliers, galleries, collectors and an executive membership including several other glass societies worldwide; as well as affiliation with GAS (Glass Art Society of America), and AUSGLASS (the Australian Glass Society).

Around 60 works are presented in the exhibition, including examples from the many different glass art techniques.

 

 

Upcoming exhibitions

Peter Gibson Smith: 31 Years Survey 1984-2014

11 November 2014 to 18 January 2015, Main Galleries

Works from the Wallace Arts Trust Collection.

 

The Wallace Arts Trust celebrates 31 years since the first work by Auckland artist Peter Gibson Smith was acquired by patron Sir James Wallace for his growing collection of contemporary New Zealand art. The expansive vision, imaginative power, and technical virtuosity of Peter Gibson Smith are revealed in this colourful survey of three decades of the artist’s sustained development.

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Welcome to the Wallace Virtual Gallery

Click on the image below to view an exhibition of Wallace Arts Trust works at the virtual AUT Campus WF building. If you would like to create your own online art exhibition – join exhibbit.com

The Wallace Arts Trust are very pleased to announce our collaboration with Auckland digital innovator exhibbit to bring you a truly immersive environment in which to view the Trusts incredible collection of art. Exhibbit allows you to see works from the Trusts Collection in truly astounding detail.

Be prepared to wait 25 seconds for the initial load of a gallery, relax and enjoy the slideshow. All subsequent loads will be under 10 seconds.