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2008

Creating the Ultimate Living Environment

7 – 28 January, 2008
This exhibition focuses on the Whangarei District Council Mission Statement and the inherent implication that you can’t create a living environment WITHOUT creativity!
In the Making of Chalk

4 - 29 February, 2008
A multimedia exhibition by seven artists of the Visual Art Faculity, North Tec - Tai Tokerau Wananga, Whangarei
All Dogs Shot

10 February - 30 March, 2008
Roger Donaldson is best known for the making of landmark New Zealand movies including Sleeping Dogs, Smash Palace and The World’s Fastest Indian. All Dogs Shot presents a euphoric collection of black and white photographs taken both in New Zealand an
Entwined

10 March - 18 April, 2008
A group exhibition of multi-media artworks by major New Zealand artists that reflect the entwining of both Maori and European traditions in New Zealand art.
The Hand as Subject

7 April - 25 May, 2008
The Hand as an object for creative human iconography is NOT a fresh subject for exhibition exploration! After all it was the subject for Neolithic society’s first public gallery spaces – cave paintings more than 20,000 years ago !
Subjects to Hand

7 April - 25 May, 2008
A selection of more than 70 exquisite drawings and short films by the late Joanna Margaret Paul.
Echoes of the Landscape

28 April - 30 May, 2008
Presented alongside of landscape paintings by 5 women artists selected from the Whangarei Art Museum Collection.
Makereti

2 June - 27 July, 2008
A National Library Gallery Touring Exhibition from the Collections of Alexander Turnbull Library
Ralph Hotere

2 June - 27 July, 2008
Curated by Kriselle Baker for the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, this extensive, eloquent exhibition showcases an aspect of Ralph Hotere’s work that is unknown – yet very accessible – to a large number of the art viewing public.
Cultural Memory

4 August - 28 September, 2008
Whangarei Art Museum will be lavishing its walls with a ravishing array of heritage and modern works from the public art collection

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