The Taranaki Vista Project wishes to thank the following supporters:
Taranaki/Whanganui Conservation Board Te Tai Hau-A-Uru -
Dept of Conservation
Tu Tama Wahine O Taranaki
Govett Brewster Art Gallery, 42 Queen Street, New Plymouth
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery is New Zealand's premier contemporary art museum and home to the collection of modernist filmmaker and kinetic sculptor Len Lye. The Gallery is committed to developing a contemporary art museum that is recognised internationally for its global vision and special commitment to the Pacific region. In its buildings, the Gallery maintains and develops a contemporary art collection and presents a diverse programme of exhibitions and events.
Through programmes that extend beyond its walls, the Gallery also aims to foster the development and interpretation of contemporary art by developing new audiences and new possibilities for artists within contemporary culture. The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery aims to present a dynamic and groundbreaking exhibition programme to Gallery audiences. The Gallery presents over twenty exhibitions every year, showcasing the best of local, national and international contemporary art.
The Gallery’s programme of events includes the regular Sunday Special series featuring a wide-range of activities such as guided tours, workshops, forums and lectures involving artists, arts enthusiasts, critics and curators from throughout New Zealand. Sunday Special’s are free and take place every Sunday and are a great way for visitors to learn more about the exhibitions. The Monica Brewster Club brings a wide variety of speakers from throughout the national arts community to talk at the Gallery. The Club meets on a monthly basis to discuss matters topical to the arts scene.
The Gallery is open seven days from 10am -5pm.
Email Enquiries: Visit the Website: www.govettbrewster.com
Maori Womens Welfare League, Aotea Regional Council
Taranaki Maori Trust Board