Fisher Funds is delighted to be back, this time stepping up into the Principal Sponsor role. NZ Sculpture OnShore is a fantastic event to raise money for Women’s Refuge NZ that takes place in our local community, down the road from the Fisher Funds office in Takapuna.
We are always blown away with the skill and thought that goes into each work, and this aligns to our approach with our investment business. There’s an art to what we do that helps people create better futures for themselves and ensures they have the freedom to make choices in their lives. We’ll be looking forward to seeing many of our clients at the event.
Bruce McLachlan, Chief Executive Officer, Fisher Funds
As a foundation supporter of the event, Hesketh Henry is again delighted to be a sponsor of NZ Sculpture OnShore event.
In this, the exhibition’s 20th anniversary year, we can look back and see how successfully the exhibition has established itself as a major event on the Auckland and New Zealand arts calendar, and at the same time, supporting the invaluable work of NZ Women’s Refuges.
Hesketh Henry is proud to be involved in this amazing community event.
Erich Bachmann, Managing Partner, Hesketh Henry
Pablo Picasso said that sculpture is the art of the intelligence.
At Harcourts Cooper & Co, we are actively involved in supporting both the arts and education on the North Shore. That is why we are proud to support NZ Sculpture OnShore - an event that not only provides a showcase for New Zealand artists, but is also committed to involving young people in art.
We have been selling real estate for over twenty two years and have 16 offices on the North Shore and North West Auckland. We are committed to fulfilling our clients’ needs and aspirations - and equally committed to giving back to the communities we live and work in through sponsorship of events that raise money for excellent causes.
Harcourts Cooper & Co are very proud to once again provide support to NZ Sculpture OnShore.
Martin Cooper, Managing Director, Harcourts Cooper & Co Real Estate Ltd.
Art is a very important part of our culture and heritage. When I took over the business in 2012 I used art as a way of revitalising our branches, brand and reenergising the staff.
This event not only connects our local community with our talented artists, but also the international art community.
The part of the programme which brings school pupils to participate with their own art means we are sharing the benefits of our experience with the younger generation and giving them the chance to appreciate creativity, art and collaboration.
Andrew Barnes, Founder – Perpetual Guardian