Paul Beaurepaire, 'Bone Woman', 2012. Photo: Howard Williams
Since its inception, New Zealand Sculpture OnShore has enabled the Friends of Women’s Refuges Trust to donate over $1.34 m to help the victims of domestic violence in New Zealand.
Now in its 20th year, the event has become one of the country’s pre-eminent outdoor sculpture exhibitions.
Our Patrons and Contributors play an important role in the on-going success of the event, and ultimately the work of Women’s Refuge in New Zealand.
Patronage is a visible and very much appreciated way of supporting both New Zealand artists and the National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges (NCIWR).
There are three levels of support; each providing significant benefits and including a tax deductable donation. Alternatively, you can support the exhibition by becoming a Contributor.
Download a copy of our Patrons' programme brochure for more information.