Open daily 10am — 4pm | Cnr Wharf and Willow Streets, Tauranga 
+64 7 578 7933 | office@artgallery.org.nz

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Christina Pataialli: Proximity & Distance

13 March - 6 June 2021

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Laurie Steer: The Abundance of Water

13 March - 18 July 2021

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Lisa Chandler: The Dividing Line

6 March - 20 June 2021

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Visitor Information

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Virtual Tours

Enjoy our recently opened exhibitions from the comfort of your home. 
Matatoki: Mata a waka
Lianne Edwards: Sentinels & Sea Change
The 2020 Miles Art Awards
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About Tauranga Art Gallery

TAG is the first public art gallery in the Western Bay of Plenty. Since opening in 2007, it has consistently delivered high quality exhibitions within its contemporary gallery space.

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Admission

For international visitors over 13 years, entry is $7 per person. Visitors 12 years and under are free.
New Zealand residents are free also, though donations are appreciated.

 

Shop

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'AB Seek - colours' by Prints & Princesses

By Auckland author Jenna Brockett - childrens book in English and Te Reo Māori.
$30

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'The Dividing Line' print by Lisa Chandler

Limited edition print by Nelson/German artist Lisa Chandler.
Edition 6/99, 42cm x 30cm
$125

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'Mana Wahine' Earrings

By local artist Arohanoa Mathews. 
3 colours, 5cm diameter
$45

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ON SALE: 3 pack of gift cards

Blank gift cards by Las Vegas-based New Zealand artist JK Russ.

NOW $15

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Education

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Art Studio for Adults: Abstract Painting

Thu 3 June, 5-7pm. Inspired by Christina Pataialii's Proximity and Distance, explore abstract painting using a variety of art materials and tools on canvas.

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Matariki Family Fun Day

Sat 26 June, 10am - 3pm. $5 per family, no bookings required. Bring the whānau to enjoy creation stations, story telling and an art hunt. Inspired by Matariki: Te Tau Hou Māori - the beginning of the Māori new year.

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Art Studio for Children: Wild Wall Sculpture

June-July 2021. Ages 8-11 yrs. Over three art packed sessions, children will develop their skills in sculpture and painting.

$60 per child for 3 sessions. Book here >

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