From 6 July – 1 August we have Kirsty Meynell with ‘Don’t forget your roots’ and ‘Interval’ by Angela McAlpine, Gaye Manu, Eleanor Batten and Maree Horner. Pop in to view a diverse collection of work and pick yourself up a new art piece! We look forward to seeing you there!
Become a Friend of the Lysaght Watt Gallery!
Membership is $10 per year. To sign up fill out this entry form or pop in to our gallery!
– As a Friend, you will receive our monthly newsletter, invitations to our exhibition openings and the Biennial Art Awards and the opportunity to talk with the artists. You will also receive a Friend’s only discount on art supplies at Hāwera Paper Plus.
By becoming a Friend of the Gallery, you are supporting the Lysaght Watt Gallery to:
– Establish a high profile gallery in Hāwera and support the initiatives of other art groups within the South Taranaki District with provision of exhibition spaces
– Facilitate economic development opportunities for the arts in South Taranaki
– Provide opportunities for creative expression and artistic celebration by interaction between artists and the community
– Increase access to expertise and education in the field of the arts
It’s almost that time of the year again when we send out our membership and friends notices. Watch for these in your email or in the mail – thank you in advance for your ongoing support and interest in our community gallery. We work hard to support our emerging artists and bring you exhibitions of interest – acknowledging always that while art enriches our inner lives, it also contributes to our local economy, health and wellbeing, society and education. What better time than now to participate in this purpose? Thank you.
Lysaght Watt Trust Art Awards 2020:
Just a reminder these awards have been put on hold until 2021. We’ve put the word out and advised all the known exhibitors, but if you know of anyone still thinking about entering, please let them know our intentions and refer them to our website for updates later in the year.
One of our loved members and a well known character in our community, Bill Rumney, passed away suddenly a few weeks ago and the committee sent flowers and a message extending sympathy to his wife Shirley and family.