AOTEAROA 1st June – 7th July

“Aotearoa” showcases the work of 6 Canterbury artists in a celebration of our culture, history and environment. Areta Wilkinson’s work “is always a journey through her life history , Ngai Tahu ancestral stories, and… Continue reading

She’ll be Right Mate

“She’ll be Right Mate” – silver cuff ring workshop with jeweller Areta Wilkinson will take place on Saturday 8th June from 10am to 2pm. Cost $50 per person. Make and wear your own… Continue reading

A Tribute to Dame Fiona Kidman

The next exhibition at the Arts in Oxford Gallery is a tribute to a pre-eminent contemporary New Zealand writer via the inter-relationship of her writings and photography – ECHOES OF WOMEN, a French… Continue reading

April at Arts in Oxford

April at Arts in Oxford sees three artists exhibiting their work in the gallery. Jessica Crothall’s “Configure 8” series of paintings have references to people, the land and global concerns through their abstracted… Continue reading

Heart is where the home is

Arts in Oxford invite you to experience Christchurch Artist Judy Rogers’ walk-in sculpture “Heart is where the home is” at Arts in Oxford Gallery from 5th to 26th April. The main themes of… Continue reading

Current at Arts in Oxford

  Our new exhibition “Current” runs from 6th March – 14th April. “Current” features works from 10 artists who are all members of “The Critique Group”. The Critique Group, formerly the COCA Critique Group, was established… Continue reading

New Artists’ workshop

Building of the first of our four artists’ workshops started in late 2012, and it is now close to completion. It will increase the amount of storage available for the gallery and provide… Continue reading

“Rolling On” – works from the stockroom

Running from 15th January until Sunday 3rd March, this exhibition features a selection of works from our stock artists. With a huge variety of works on display, this is an evolving show with… Continue reading

Our Artists – A celebration of Canterbury Artists from the plains to the peninsula

3rd December 2012 – 13th January 2013 Featuring over 20 Canterbury artists, this exhibition features works in a wide variety of media and genre.