Tenth Biennial Exhibition
6-16 November 2014


 What's New

The 2014 brochure is printed and delivery starts soon.  If you'd like one now, download here.

Proposals fo r the Indoor Gallery close Monday September 29: find out more here.

Graeme Hitchcock, 'Man Looking' 2012. Photo: Howard Williams

Graeme Hitchcock, 'Man Looking' 2012. Photo: Howard Williams

Indoor Gallery: second call for artist proposals

We have already received some great proposals for the 2014 Indoor Gallery, and are renewing the Open Call.

You will find full information here, and can download the 2014 Indoor Gallery Proposal and Information Form as a Word document or as a pdf.

If you would like more information, please contact our administration office: nzsosartists@outlook.com

Proposals will be received until 5pm on Monday 29 September 2014. There is no entry fee.

Artist workshops for exhibiting schools

The Children's Sculpture Exhibition team is delighted to announce that with the help of funding from Creative Communities, children participating in the exhibition can take part in a workshop with a professional artist who has exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore. Watch one of our Children's Sculpture Exhibition co-ordinators, Zoe Hoeberigs explain the workshops to teachers from schools taking part in this year's event.

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Alison Erickson, 'The Beneficiaries', 2012. Photo: Howard Williams

Alison Erickson, 'The Beneficiaries', 2012. Photo: Howard Williams

About Women's Refuge

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