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Feltex Living Carpets

5 – 11 March, 2007
Whangarei Art Museum rolls out the carpet for 2007 with a major commission for the Endless Summer Festival in March, and initiates a new signature city event! Whangarei – a city of living floral carpets!
Flag to Flag

5 March - 6 April, 2007
Flag to Flag is a complimentary Northland exhibition: which includes artworks by nationally acclaimed New Zealand artists
History Unfurled and Jack or Black

19 February - 15 April, 2007
Two exhibitions tracing the evolution of the current national flag – a truly Northland history – and the ongoing 'peoples' debate for a new flag
1.1 Robert Ellis and the late Buck Nin

16 April – 18 May, 2007
E-North's focus on community outreach and education has given rise to a significant new exhibition. 'One Point One' is based around the NCEA 1.1 requirement for students to research art and artworks from Maori and European traditions.
Luncheon Under the Ash Tree

23 April - 10 June, 2007
The Ian & Elespie Prior Collection Showcasing the Development of Contemporary NZ Art Curated by Luit Bieringa – former director National Art Gallery, Wellington
Primary Referents

9 July – 10 August, 2007
An exhibition exploring the base areas of inquiry in the art of the participating artists - tutors from the Manukau School of Visual Arts, Manukau Technical Institute. Facilitated by: Chris Mules, Fear Brampton, Geoff Tune Designers: Lydia Elliot, Ma
Through Our Eyes

5 - 29 June, 2007
‘Matariki’ is the Maori name for a small but distinctive star cluster whose appearance in the north eastern pre-dawn sky in late May, early June marks the start of a new phase of life: the Maori New Year.
Celebrating Matariki

18 June - 12 August, 2007
The Art Museum celebrates Matariki with an exhibition featuring three prominent Tai Tokerau woman artists utilizing three different mediums
Tears for Tane's Children

3 - 28 September, 2007
E-North’s Kauri Festival exhibition “Tears for Tane’s Children” features artworks that record the demise of the New Zealand indigenous forest through the depiction of the New Zealand landscape and the advancement of the civilised world or protest at
Chemistry of Three

20 August - 7 October, 2007
The Chemistry of Three" brings together 3 major proponents of our contemporary visual culture in New Zealand who inhabit the 3 contiguous galleries of the art museum with wit and grace and an engaging sense of theatre.

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