Otago Polytechnic

The Dunedin School of Art Gallery


 

Experience fresh, vibrant, contemporary art in Dunedin.

A visit to the Dunedin School of Art Gallery is a visual feast. Whether you are embarking on a career as an artist, thinking about studying the visual arts or want to see what artistic talent Dunedin has to offer – the Dunedin School of Art Gallery welcomes you to view our upcoming exhibitions.  

The Dunedin School of Art Gallery:

  • showcases the talent of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as past students, academic staff, and other schools within Otago Polytechnic
  • has a continuous programme of events scheduled throughout the year
  • operates as a teaching space for Dunedin School of Art students
  • gives our students the opportunity to present their work professionally, both to fellow students and the public
  • allows our students to engage with the work of other artists and groups.

Dunedin School of Art Gallery Opening Times

  • The Gallery is open to the public during the school year.
  • Student Exhibitions are open to the public 10.00am to 4.00pm – Monday to Friday during Semesters 1 and 2. The Gallery is not open during school holiday periods. Please check Gallery schedule for current exhibitions.

Although the Gallery is not a commercial space, at the end of each year, final-year students exhibit their works at SITE, and many works are available for sale.

 

 


Explore and experience Dunedin School of Art Gallery.

BE INSPIRED

Coming up in the Gallery 2019


 

18 February – 22 February

Dii Moffat

Master of Visual Arts, Postgraduate Season

25 February – 1 March

Andrea Muggerage

Master of Visual Arts, Postgraduate Season

4 March – 8 March

Michael Schouten 

Master of Visual Arts, Postgraduate Season

 11 March – 15 March

Michelle Wilkinson
Master of Fine Arts, Postgraduate Season

18 March – 29 March (Monday 25th Holiday)

Areta Wilkinson
Nohoaka Toi Kai Tahu / Artist in Residence Exhibition
This biennial Kai Tahu Residency supports artists who contribute to Ng¯ai Tahu arts and connect with the local area and communities.

1 April – 5 April and 8 April – 12 April (Friday, Monday, Tuesday Easter Holiday)

Kari Schmidt
Curated Exhibition

29 April – 3 May

Top Art Exhibition

A selection of NCEA Level 3 portfolios that achieved Excellence in 2018

10 June – 21 June

Tau Tai Artist in Residence Exhibition

This triennial Pacific Residency supports artists as advocates for Tautai and Contemporary Pacific Art

29 July – 2 August

Kim McAlevey

Postgraduate Exhibition

29 July – 2 August

Barbara Graff

Vienna-Exchange Exhibition

19 August – 30 August

Celebrate 2019

Art Otago Secondary Schools Exhibition

14 October – 25 October

Mark Braunias

Artist in Residence Exhibition

 

24 November - 29 November

SITE 2019

End of year exhibition for final year students