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Kia Ora
We are happy to say the gallery is opening again. At this stage open days will be Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm, starting Saturday May 23rd.
The team is in planning mode on how we operate into the future; we will keep you updated on that plan as we progress.
If you would like to visit the gallery outside of current opening days, message us and we will organise a time.
Nga mihi nui
The Village Arts Team

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Released from Lockdown, you can now make the most of Rachel Miller’s excellent solo show LARK. We have extended the end date to Sunday, June 28th.
The gallery wil be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am – 3pm.
You can also view the exhibition on the website here.
We are, of course, maintaining the COVID-19 Level 2 hygiene and social distancing requirements during this exhibition.
Come along and be uplifted by this lovely work.


By far one of the best galleries in Northland, if not the best!
Mike Nettmann, Northern News

Village Arts is Hokianga’s community art gallery. Scheduled solo and group exhibitions plus a showcase space highlight the area’s established and emerging artists.

The spacious white-walled gallery showcases contemporary painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture, furniture, object, jewellery, ceramics, and traditional and contemporary Māori arts.

On Te Ara Manawa: The Heart Trail and Northland Art Trail, Village Arts is located on the main street in historic Kohukohu on the northern shores of Aotearoa/New Zealand’s spectacularly beautiful Hokianga Harbour.

Village Arts is a non-profit charitable organisation that operates under the umbrella of the Kohukohu Community Trust and aims to support the development of a robust and vibrant arts community in Kohukohu and Hokianga.


Lark

Rachel Miller

Exhibition open 14th March to 28th June 2020

LARK – An accumulation of optical insights not to be missed!!

This exhibition, by Rachel Miller, is new work showcasing a range of media including photo montage, fabric collage drawings and oil paint, graphite, and wax on paper compositions.


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