Upcoming Exhibitions

Upcoming Exhibitions

Stratford Art Society
Friday 26 April – Sunday 18 May 2019
Opens Friday 26 April at 7pm

Taranaki Arts Traill
24 May – 16 June 2019
Opens Thursday 23 May at 7pm

Michelle Rowland, Susie Harrop and Marti Verde

An artistic trio with passionate vibes

21 June – 14 July 2019
Opens Friday 21 June at 7pm

Taranaki Artocracy
Curated by Jan Huijbers

These ‘familiar’ artists have been around the ‘traps’, walked the walk and have the blisters to prove it

19 July – 11 August 2019
Opens Friday 19 July at 7pm

Stratford Art Society
Autumn Exhibition

April 26 – May 18, 2019

The Stratford Arts Society exhibition, is a vibrant, exciting, and eclectic mix of artwork and tends to fill every spare corner we have.

This exhibition boasts approximately 250 works, most for sale, and showcases the diverse talents and skill-base of the group’s members.

The Stratford Art Society plays a pivotal role in fostering the arts in the Stratford region and further afield. It organises workshops for its members and encourages social events where members can build relationships with other like-minded people.

The Autumn exhibition is made up of a wide range of works including pottery, jewellery, prints, photography, original paintings, sculpture, fibre, textiles, woodwork and crafts.

Prices are always reasonable and individuality and creativity abounds.

The society is enjoying continued vitality at the moment with increasing membership, with more than 200 members, and with interest from artists from as far afield as Wellington and the Waikato.

The groups also supports and encourages artists, both emerging and established, at local, regional and national levels. Members are all ages, all backgrounds and a myriad of different styles and medium.

Stratford Art Society is fortunate to have so many different artists, from such different backgrounds, producing art in so many different mediums.

The opening event, particularly, allows artists who often work in isolation to meet up and network, strengthening the connections in the district’s art community.


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