Tenth Biennial Exhibition 6-16 November 2014


6-16 November 2014

Celebrating twenty years of supporting Women's Refuge

This year marks the 10th biennial NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition - a national event presented at the spectacular Fort Takapuna Historic Reserve in Devonport on Auckland’s North Shore. The exhibition, which has recently featured more than 100 works by as many artists, provides a unique snapshot of contemporary three dimensional art practice, including monumental stand-alone sculptures, domestic and small-scaled works, ephemeral projects, light and sound art works, process art and many site-specific installations.

Call for artists' proposals now closed

If you have expressions of interest please contact our administration office: nzsosartists@outlook.com

Over 400 artists have exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore over nine exhibitions.

Over 400 artists have exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore over nine exhibitions.

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Fort Takapuna, home of the Children's Sculpture Exhibition

Fort Takapuna, home of the Children's Sculpture Exhibition

Children and Youth

Involving young people in art is an integral part of NZ Sculpture OnShore. Alongside a professional educational visits progamme and the weekend Kidzone activities, we are proud to present the Children's Sculpture Exhibition, with art by schools from around Auckland. Teachers, parents, children - to find out more ...

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

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

About Women's Refuge

Women’s Refuge is New Zealand’s most significant family violence organisation, providing comprehensive services for women and children - including running forty one affiliated Refuges throughout the country.  Over sixty percent of those working for Women's Refuge are unpaid volunteers. To find out more about the work of Women's Refuge and its association with NZ Sculpture OnShore ...

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Our Sponsors

We are grateful for the generous and on-going support of our sponsors. To find out more about how these organisations help us to help Women's Refuge, click on the logos below.