CURRENT + UPCOMING
- On NOW -
Black + White
2nd - 21st October
Opening: Saturday 7th October (All Welcome)
The Black + White exhibition is part of ARTWEEK and our opening night will also be a Black + White themed party. Black + White attire only, continuing with the theme for the exhibition and opening night.
ARTWEEK is an annual, week-long festival. celebrating the visual arts of Auckland.
- Upcoming -
Kumeu Photography Group
Photographs by Kumeu Photography Group members.
25th October - 7th November
Opening: 7 - 8.30pm, Wednesday 25th October (All Welcome)
Work includes a range of subjects and styles from landscapes and wildlife to portraits and still life photography. From colour to black & white, macro, impressionist and abstract.
Information and enquires please contact Kirsten: email@example.com
KAA - Kumeu Art Awards
13th - 25th November
Awards Ceremony: 7-9pm, Saturday 11th Nov.
A wide range of talent from local artists and further afield will be on display. We have a range of categories for which the winners will be announced during the opening night/awards ceremony. Join us for a great awards evening and view the exhibiting artists work.
RECEIVING ENTRIES NOW (until November 1st)
To enter into the Kumeu Art Awards you can download an entry form here.
Affordable Arts Sale
28th November - 21st December
Your chance to purchase unique and affordable gifts for family and friends while supporting local artists. All art works are under $400.
To enter into the Affordable Arts Sale you can download an entry form here.
- Previous -
28th August - 9th September
Opening: Friday 1st September, 5.30pm - 8pm
Trevor Parker’s installation responds to the writings of Anaximander, a 6TH Century BC philosopher and specifically to the many interpretations of his concept of the origin of the universe and the term Apeiron. Although it may be considered a flawed scientific model, the concept, along with many other flawed contemporary scientific models fulfil the psychological necessity for the human psyche to interpret sensory processes against established concepts. The two-dimensional work presents repetitive drawing techniques that are better suited to digital processes. The resulting drawings utilise our ability to process methodology and our ability to adopt new techniques in the attempt to remove specific errors. This process has been adopted in electronic units as an error feedback system, however, the drawings question whether or not the inevitable fallibility associated with repetitive processes a fundamental part of what it is to be human?
All things originate from one another,
and vanish into one another according to necessity;
They give to each other justice and recompense for injustice
In conformity with the order of Time. 
Trevor Parker studied art in Scotland but is presently working in NZ until 2018. His work is mostly sculptural or AV in output but he has presented recent prints and drawings alongside a construction for this exhibition.
BA Fine Art with distinction, University Highlands and Islands
BA (Hons) 1st Class Sculpture, Glasgow School of Art
MFA, Art, space and Nature, Edinburgh College of Art
 Simplicus, Accredited to Anaximander
14th - 26th August
Opening: Saturday 19th of August - 4pm-6pm
MOUNTAIN and SKY SCAPES
This work is an exploration of mountain and sky scapes in a dream-like or mythical way. Mist and light revealing and obscuring in a living theatre of harmony and tension. Glimpses of form where sky and land blend, and often appear interchangeable. The majesty, power and mystery of Mountains has always, and continues to fascinate me.