Matatoki - Mata å Waka

With great reverence and mana, Matatoki: Mata ā Waka honours traditions while challenging conventions and re-conceiving traditional forms.
On now until 23 August 2020
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Tauranga Art Gallery is closed to the public from 10am Monday 23rd March until further notice. This is to protect the health of our community from the risk of COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Kelcy Taratoa: Te Kore, Te Wiwia!
The space without boundaries

Continues until 19 April 2020

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The Miles Art Awards

The winners of the Miles Art Awards on display with all finalists in a curated exhibition. 
From Saturday 14 March until 7 June 2020

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Visitor Information

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Holiday hours

We are open daily from 10.00am - 4.30pm.

The Tauranga Art Gallery will be closed Christmas & Boxing Day, New Year's Day, ANZAC Day.

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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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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.



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Amanda Hurley - Mauao Pendant

We have a beautiful range of jewellery by local jeweller Amanda Hurley. All pieces are handmade by Amanda in her home studio in Whakatane. 

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Jess Johnson Silk Scarf

This digitally printed 100% silk scarf has been produced by Raw Artistry for the Foundation, to celebrate the Terminus exhibition at Tauranga Art Gallery. 

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Flox notebooks

Check out these great Christmas stocking fillers - a selection of three notebooks by New Zealand artist Flox.
$8 each.

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Didi Chapman Keep cups

Hand crafted ceramic keep cups, by Taupo artist Didi Chapman.

Dishwasher safe, these eco-friendly cups are a uniquely glazed ceramic.

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Art Bus 

Each year over 9,500 local children travel on a free ArtBus to the Tauranga Art Gallery to experience a NZ curriculum art programme and create their own artwork. We need your help to keep this bus service free for schools.

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