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In Flower

7 February - April 3, 2005
In Flower looks at the re-emergence of flowers as an exciting subject for a significant number of New Zealand artists today.
Rhona Haszard

11 April - 5 June, 2005
During Rhona Haszard's short life she distinguished herself as a 'New Woman' whose social and sexual behaviour was highly controversial. She worked as an artist on the Channel Island of Sark, in France, Alexandria and London

13 June - 7 August, 2005
Allure: digital prints by Morrie Morrison, former tutor of photography at Northland Polytechnic. These works are taken from Morrison's Post Graduate Diploma work at Elam School of Fine Arts.

13 June - 7 August, 2005
The photographic exhibition Go Girl by Fiona Clark is a celebration of culture and gender, addressing the issues of gender over a 30 year period. It crosses art, photographic, transgender, youth, and cultural boundaries.

30th August - 23rd September, 2005
Tibet: Through the Eyes of an Exile - photographs by Dhondup Tsering & Tales of Tibet - The Enchanting Story of Tibetan Carpets
Finding Longitude

15 August - 9 October, 2005
The works exhibited in Finding Longitude, by Carol Prentice explore the notions of ‘place’ within Aotearoa/New Zealand.
The Path to Takitimu

15 August - 9 October, 2005
Laurence Berry’s body of works entitled Te Ara-O-Takitimu / The Path to Takitimu were completed as a response to his time in Invercargill in 2002, as the Southland Art Foundation’s William Hodges Fellow.
Light Wine Things

17 October - 11 December, 2005
Bill Culbert, this countries most celebrated expatriate New Zealand artist, now based in Paris and London, is showcased in Whangarei to conclude this exciting year for Franco/Kiwi artistic excellence.

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