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    • Made By Maranga
      • Made by Maranga is an aspirations project based in Wellington city, not far from here! We provide on-hand learning and training for young adults with intellectual disabilities.

    • Aropai
      • Artist Louis Mikaere has created a body of work inspired by Te Ao Maori and the stories that have been passed down by our ancestors.

    • Lōemis Art Show
      • Nine Wellington artists combine to bring you a wintery collection of newly crafted items and artworks. The vibe is ethereal, beastly, wintry and wistful, bringing fantastical artwork and an occult vibe to the year’s darkest days. Signature scents will be molten beeswax, petrichor, cooling lava flows and leather.

    • plein air
      • Artists - Freedman White, Charlotte Hird, Ben Dellabarca, Sam Balzer, Jerome Moo, Amit Dutta, Nick Cattell, Brenton Cottman, Harris Gebbie, Mary Guo, Nathan Tucker, Tatiana Krayushkina, Stephen Njoto and Tri Phan

    • flights of fancy
      • My artwork I think stems from a subconscious place that always makes more sense than the waking world. It is a pendulum swing of dark and disturbing to whimsical and joyful. My art is not necessarily bunched together in concepts. It is rather autonomous, each piece having its own story. What that story is, is up to the viewer...and the artist.

    • Drawn: 2021
      • This exhibition is the culmination of a year-long drawing project. The artist's goal for 2021 was to make a small A6 ink drawing of the world around them.

    • Waiting For The Shape I'm In
      • Organic, pure abstraction using various media. Mainly drawn and painted but some 3-D collage. Some artworks presented on fabric. Artworks created as both improvisations and compositions. Compositions generally bases on a composition of improvisations. Waiting to be enjoyed and interpreted. Waiting to see what you see. "Waiting For The Shape I'm In".

    • Wood & Art Back 2 Thistle
      • This show will be a selection of hand crafted wooden items from our furniture makers, green woodworkers, carvers and wood turners. This includes small woodwork items. We also have painted and sculptural work displayed, from invited local artists.

    • How we see it now
      • How we see it now is an exhibition of photography and painting by Jamie Lean and Duncan Sargent. This exhibition is an exploring of the artists reflecting upon their practices and how they function in relation to the rest of their lives. Both artists are exploring formalism as a relinquishing of control over the content of the work.

    • Wet Paint
      • Wet Paint presents a creative collaboration displaying other artists and their art forms. Wet Paint itself offers custom handmade furniture, homeware and garments catered to all spaces and lifestyles. Art forms exhibited included animation, photography and music.

    • A Celebration of Wellington Architecture
      • New Zealand architecture has been at the center of my creative practice for the past year. The kaupapa behind this exhibition is to highlight the small and beautiful features our buildings have to offer, some of which are situated a stone’s throw away from Thistle Hall Gallery. 

    • Aukati
      • A practitioner of Rongoā Toi, I trace whakapapa through the materials I work with, collapsing time and space everyday to remember who I am.  

    • Visitation pixallation
      • One  wild and windy night  in Wellington 2 years ago while watching TV, the images  suddenly became  pixallations and as suddenly as they appeared  they disappeared  or spluttered between the 2 states.

    • Space:media:voice
      • An exhibition of prints by Joe Buchanan, a printmaker, scientist and activist and founder of Diatom Press, a linocut and letterpress studio based in Paekākāriki. Joe Buchanan’s work ranges from scientific illustration and natural history to social and political commentary.

    • Carbon Black/The Lockdown Alphabet
      • An exhibition of prints by Joe Buchanan, a printmaker, scientist and activist and founder of Diatom Press, a linocut and letterpress studio based in Paekākāriki. Joe Buchanan’s work ranges from scientific illustration and natural history to social and political commentary.

    • Kink
      • KINK group exhibition plays with erotica in a variety of mediums from clay to ink and the in-between. An artists collective all expressing an unrestrained perspective on the human form, sensuality, kink, humour, love & sex.

    • re-fining the art of drawing
      • We are a group of students studying traditional method of fine art on 33 Cuba str. Our teacher is a former drawing and painting instructor at the Florence Academy of Art. We are getting classes in the atelier about two-three days every week to learn and to grow our artistic skills. We are all on different levels but having the same passion to create a professional and truthful art.

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