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What’s On at Te Atamira

Te Atamira is a multi-purpose community arts and cultural space at Remarkables Park Town Centre with plenty on offer for winter 2024.

Winter Tale

Friday June 28 – Friday August 2 2024

Opening night: Thursday June 27 5:30-7.00pm / As the frost blankets the ground and winter’s breath whispers in the air, Queenstown Arts Society presents Winter Tale, an enchanting exhibition celebrating visual stories and diverse narratives of local and regional artists. 

A Fire That Blackened the Rocks

Friday August 2 – Thursday September 19 2024

A fire that blackened the rocks considers how forms of knowledge reside between the land, the sea, lakes and the sky. Kate Te Ao, Conor Clarke and Eleanor Cooper seek out ways to articulate what is, at times, imperceptible and unknowable about these places and histories. This is a partnership exhibition presented by Blue Oyster Otepoti, Dunedin and The Physics Room, Ōtautahi, Christchurch.

 Photo credit: Conor Clarke, research image from the project Night Writing (2024) made in collaboration with Ted Howard (Hutton’s Shearwater Charitable Trust). Courtesy of the artist, Two Rooms and Jonathan Smart Gallery.

Saturday Arts Social  Every Saturday 10:30am -12:30pm

Free entry / Saturday Arts Social is a multi-arts programme and morning tea designed for the 60+ community to gather Saturday mornings for a broad programme of events including concerts, art workshops, dance/movement classes and artist talks. 

Community Nights: Sing, Draw and Dance

Tuesday nights from 6:30pm

Free entry / Come along and join one of our talented resident artists for a Community Night at Te Atamira – first Tuesday Sing, second Tuesday Draw and third Tuesday Dance. No experience needed – this is a great opportunity to connect with the community and celebrate creativity.