PATAKA Galleries

MAIN EXHIBITION GALLERIES
Divided into four different galleries. Spaces range from the smallest of 60 sq metres to the largest of 300 sq metres. The exhibitions in these spaces are mainly curated in-house by the Contemporary Arts Curator and the Social History Curator. They are also used for  both national and international touring exhibitions. Programmes are usually scheduled between one to two years in advance.
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PATAKA TOI GALLERY
The Toi Gallery is Pataka’s commercial gallery and exhibits work from from local, national and international artists. Works displayed in this gallery are for sale. The gallery has 30 linear metres and 45 metres squared in floor space. Bookings are usually between six and nine months in advance. Exhibitions run for a period of four weeks.

 

BOTTLE CREEK GALLERY 
The Bottle Creek Gallery is Pataka’s community gallery. It has no rental fee for local artists and groups. Works can be for sale, with a 35% commission taken on all sales. Shows last for three to four or five weeks (including set up) and the focus is on Porirua-based artists and groups. The gallery has 38 linear metres and 132 metres squared in floor area. Bookings are usually between nine and twelve months in advance.

   


TUATARA GALLERY

Opened in September 2012, Pataka’s Tuatara Gallery is an interactive, creative space for children and their families to relax, explore, play and learn, surrounded by art from our collection and purpose-built installations and activities. The activities change regularly to go with the exhibitions in the main gallery.

   

GALLERY FLOORPLAN

GALLERY SWIVEL CHAIR TOUR

 

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