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Unique gift ideas for Christmas
Pay a visit to The Suter Store and discover a range of beautiful objects crafted by local artists including jewellery, ceramics, homewares, wood crafts, books and Gallery merchandise – some great Christmas gift ideas for your nearest and dearest.
Open daily from 9:30am to 4:30pm and located between the galleries and popular Suter Café.
Kiss Me, Hardy! (but not like that)
November 27th 2021 – 27th February 2022
Art and humour can be salves in an uneasy world and rather than ignoring or wallowing in the face of the various crises we face, the artists in Kiss Me, Hardy (but not like that) offer insight, critique and relief.
Lisa Walker, Becky Richards and Richard Reddaway interrogate value, materiality and consumerism, Christopher Ulutupu and PĀNiA! explore the development of identity in the face of colonialism, Hanna Shim looks at the various ways in which we understand and relate to each other within the contemporary context, while Richard Reddaway and Bryce Galloway question the narratives that dominate the artworld, each finding ways to interpret the world around us that is profoundly absurd.
Fire and Earth: Contemporary Ceramics from the Top of the South
November 13th 2021 – 13th February 2022
Fire & Earth, a biennial group exhibition, is part of the ongoing work by
The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū in showcasing the best ceramics that this region has to offer.
From contemporary interpretations of traditional domestic-ware to conceptual installation pieces and perfectly realised vessels, the result is an exhibition that highlights the quality of ceramics produced by some of the best makers in the country.
Nelson Suter Art Society: DIVAS
November 8th – 4th December 2021
Divas by Ynes Guenvara, the very colourful and intriguing new exhibition in the McKee Gallery is now open for viewing by the public. Divas depicts Latin divas who although of the 1920s, were ahead of their times, and they have been re-imagined in co-relation to tribute elements from Kiwi artist Gordon Walters, as well as various floral designs.
Vaccination Certificates are required under the new government
COVID-19 Protection Framework
At The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū, the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers and employees is our priority and, after consideration, we have made the decision that requires all people entering The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū to be double vaccinated. As a multi-purpose facility, and with many school-age educational groups visiting, this requirement provides an added layer of safety and protection for those who are unable to be vaccinated, and we believe this is the best way to keep our spaces accessible for as many people as possible.
From the morning of Friday 3rd December 2021, all visitors to
The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū will need to be able to present information on their vaccination status using My Vaccine Pass. Children under 12 are exempt. Please note, visitors may also be asked to provide proof of identity that corresponds to the name on the vaccination certificate.
We will continue to follow the advice and regulations of the New Zealand government and will continue to review our policies and processes regularly.
Please visit our website for further information – www.thesuter.org.nz/covid19-information
Nelson Suter Art Society: Summer Exhibition
7 December 2021 – 6 February 2022
The Nelson Suter Art Society’s Summer Cash & Carry Exhibition will be on view from 7 December 2021 to 6 February 2022 in the McKee Gallery.
Explore The Suter Collection Online:
The Suter Collection is now online! You can explore the collection by artist, subject, theme, and even colour. Take a look at the highlights; including works from The Suter’s original collection, staff picks, and works in our latest collection-based exhibition.
Find your favourites and discover some new gems! https://collection.thesuter.org.nz/explore