Blue Oyster Art Project Space
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Blue Oyster Art Project Space was established in 1999 by the Blue Oyster Arts Trust to provide a contemporary art project space that encourages experimental and innovative art projects. We present a diverse range of artists and practices making curatorial decisions based on the depth and quality of the project regardless of career stage. We support projects that make connections between the arts and other aspects of social issues and politics. As a non-profit organization all of whom are practicing artists, we prioritise new work that is not commercially orientated. We aim to broaden the interest and understanding of contemporary arts by providing a forum for discussion and debate regarding contemporary art issues.
Play Off, a Blue Oyster Art Project Space exhibition, engages with questions about the intersections and frictions between art and sport in contemporary New Zealand.
Blue Oyster Art Project Space's discussion session with a panel of experts who will discuss the intersections of art, fashion, and photography.
Collections of discarded materials, wall drawings and full-scale, skin-like photographs will be o
An arts writer who started a gallery for emerging artists has been appointed the new director of
The Blue Oyster Art Project Space is proud to present Jodie Salm
In the Blue Oyster Art Project Space’s 'A Museum of Obsessions' curator Jodie Dalgleish works wit
Thorny political, environmental and economic issues are tempered with some lighter notes at Duned
Drawing (For the Given Value of Drawing) is the culmination of an experimental project i