The Great Plate

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Whangarei Fritter Festival

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The Great Plate is back!

The Quarry Arts Centre's annual fundraising event gets bigger and better every year, and 2018 is no exception.

Artists from far and wide are creating creating and decorating plates, which will be exhibited in our own Yvonne Rust Gallery, and auctioned on Trademe. This year, the proceeds will go towards a new community kiln, as we barely manage to keep up with demand with our existing kiln.

Exhibiting artists include: Anneke Muijlwyjik, Chuck Joseph, Fiona Tunnicliffe, Martha Mitchell, Hana Ott, Rosie Parsonson, Pete Cernis, M Francis McCarthy, and many many more! Plus, this year we have a special guest, Green MP Chloe Swarbrick.

The Quarry Arts Centre is a not-for-profit community arts centre in Whangarei. We provide workshops for beginners, masterclasses for established artists, and everyone in between. We have resident artists on site, with studios open to the public.

We have two beautiful galleries, showcasing local talent. Our focus is on ceramics, and we have a well -stocked ceramic supply store, along with a community kiln.

Dates & Times

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More information

LocationYvonne Rust Gallery, 21 Selwyn Ave, Whangarei, Whangarei
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Cost No Charge
RestrictionsAll Ages

Venue details

Address21 Selwyn Ave, Whangarei
Phone(09) 4381215
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About this Venue

Rebuilt in August 2011 the Yvonne Rust Gallery offers a purpose build exhibition space displaying a wide range of art forms. The Gallery is at the heart of the Quarry Arts Center - a community facility offering a supportive, unique and dynamic space dedicated to the pursuit and development of creative practice.

This gallery is unique in that is it an application run gallery - meaning that artist apply to exhibit there work, this ensures that exhibitions are changing every 2 to 3 weeks and displaying all forms of art by both emerging and established artist to display their work directly to the public.

For information on the current show in the Yvonne Rust Gallery head to the Quarry Art Centre website