For $500 jump in behind an exciting Atrium exhibition. Each year people just like you support a significant project. Previous 500 Club members have funded projects by Sara Hughes (2017) and Jeanette Schäring (2018). Whether you are new to the arts or a long-time enthusiast, join a group of like-minded individuals and families with a passion for creating exceptional art experiences.
In 2019, member contributions enabled leading NZ artist and Tauranga-born Jess Johnson’s exhibition Terminus in July 2019, as well as welcoming Canadian architect Philip Beesley in April to present a proposal for a large-scale future interactive atrium show.
Terminus by Jess Johnson (in collaboration with Simon Ward), opened in July 2019
Jess Johnson’s drawing and installation practice is influenced by science fiction, language, culture and technology. For Tauranga Art Gallery a centrepiece of the exhibition is a series of experiential virtual reality artworks housed within bespoke structures. This project is in association with the National Gallery of Australia. www.jessjohnson.org
Philip Beesley, potential future project
Philip is a multimedia artist and architect that creates immersive environments that blur the lines between technology and nature. Integrating artificial intelligence, robotics, sound and light, this innovative experience attracted 650,000 visitors when installed in Sydney. www.philipbeesley.com
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Payable to Tauranga Art Gallery Trust, PO Box 13255, Tauranga 3141
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Phone +64 (0) 7 578 7933
Cnr Wharf & Willow Streets, Downtown Tauranga, 3110
Box 13255 Tauranga, 3141, New Zealand
Open Daily 10.00am - 4.30pm
Entry: NZ Residents by Donation. Children (12 years & under) Free. International Visitors $7.