The Dowse Art Museum
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The Dowse Art Museum presents a diverse exhibition programme of local, national and international contemporary artists and designers. Well established as one of New Zealand’s leading contemporary galleries, The Dowse celebrates creativity across a range of arts disciplines, including sculpture, jewellery, photography, architecture, craft and technology.
A dynamic calendar of public programmes complements each exhibition season with curators' and artists' talks, school holiday programmes and workshops attracting visitors of all ages.
The Dowse building is a showcase of sustainable and innovative design and a meeting place for many communities – a place for performances, workshops, product launches, fashion parades, weddings and more. The Dowse houses twelve exhibition spaces, a café, shopette, an outdoor courtyard, a creative workshop specially designed for hands-on classes and a family lounge.
Full details on www.dowse.org.nz, www.facebook.com/thedowseartmuseum
Open: Mon–Fri 10am–4.30pm, Sat–Sun 10am–5pm
The Dowse is a contemporary art museum that presents a diverse exhibition programme of local, national and international artists and designers.
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