Lake House Arts presents a vibrant and engaging exhibition program profiling artists and groups that are both nationally and locally recognized as well as community based and local artistic talents. Our exhibition program strives to represent a wide range of visual art mediums, including historical and multi-cultural themes with links to a selection of regional and local, arts and cultural events. The exhibition program is accompanied by a range of public programes including artist’s talks, exhibition tours and art workshops for adults and children.
Lake House Arts has several exhibition spaces: The Becroft Gallery, The Cafe Gallery, The Tindall Room, the Art Capsule, Pop up Studio, the upstairs Harcourts Heritage Homes and buildings exhibition hallway. We also collaborate with a network with external organizations and businesses to provide a a wider exhibition opportunity to our members and artists, these include Spenser on Byron and the Pump House Theater.
Monday 6 August 2018 - Friday 24 August 2018
Melania Trump made headlines for controversially wearing a jacket with a bold statement written across the back. This August Lake House Arts opens an exhibition of 35 jackets also making powerful statements, only this time the messages will be for a good cause.
Lake House has curated an exhibition featuring a mix of professional creatives who identify as female. The show will include, street artists, tattooists, illustrators, ceramicists, printmakers, fashion designers, and fine artists. The artists also come from a range of cultural backgrounds from all over NZ.
The title ‘Power Jacket’ is taken from the idea of the power suit, a symbol of second-wave Feminism. The word 'empowerment' is also a derivative of 'power' and it's a word that has long been linked to political movements.
Jackets are being used for this exhibition as women and fashion have a long and complex relationship, however, insignias on jackets are indicative of movements. Often these movements are more associated with male cultures such as heavy metal or punk music and political subcultures. This exhibition will use the same platform to give women a voice.
Power Jacket is being run to commemorate the upcoming 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand. Lake House is proud to be donating 50% of the gallery takings to Women's Refuge New Zealand.
The opening night is at 6pm at Lake House Arts and will open with a fashion show. The exhibition is free to visit and will be open to the public from 7 August - 24 August.
Monday 27 August 2018 - Saturday 15 September 2018
'Four Seasons in One Gallery' is an exhibition by Studio Printmakers opening Monday, 27 August at 6pm. There will be light refreshments,nibbles and you will be able to view some beautiful artworks created for this show.
Exhibition runs : 6pm, Monday, 27 August to Saturday, 15 September
Studio Printmakers is a diverse group of artists who work with various methods of printmaking, including etching, drypoint, cyanotype, sugar lift, woodcut, and solarplate printing. This exhibition shows, in small format, the range and reach of their work.
About The Collective
“We are an independent, not-for-profit printmaking collective run by practising printmakers and artists since 1990.
Monday 17 September 2018 - Saturday 13 October 2018
The Great Art Sale (G.A.S) is Back! A tradition at Lake House Arts is returning for 2018. The Great Art Sale is the art sale to end all art sales! It’s… GREAT!
Exhibition runs: Monday, 17 September to Saturday, 13 October
Open to all to submit with no commission on sale (entry fees apply). The Great Arts Sale is a cash and carry salon style exhibition with a difference.
Works are hung in Salon and may overflow into the rest of the house. This is a cash and carry exhibition for buyers and
For more information and how to submit work for the exhibition go to the Lake House website - https://goo.gl/forms/
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