ART at HOME
The ART at HOME trail is an opportunity for art lovers to view an exciting variety of homes and art collections throughout the Wanaka area. Artists and collectors from six destinations have generously opened their homes to allow you the privilege of viewing and discussing their own personal treasures.
There is something for everyone to enjoy and appreciate, from a family collection of antiques, books and paintings, to objets d’art cherished for centuries; from a stunning modern house set into a high rocky outcrop with contemporary environmental sculpture, to an international art collection exhibited lovingly in a country house, tucked above the slopes of a boutique vineyard. This will surely be an art tour to be shared, and remembered.
Enticing and uplifting refreshments will be available in stunning locations with comfortable seating. Some artworks will be for sale.
This is organised by Wanaka Rotary and proceeds go towards a sculptural installation. Maps and further information will be available from the Festival box office from 8.30am on Friday 19th April.Please see booking link at bottom of this page.
Admission: $27 including refreshments
Art in the Park
Artists, musicians and poets will exhibit, perform and entertain outdoors at Minaret Lodge. The involvement of our young artists and musicians from Mt Aspiring College will add another dimension to the event. You will enjoy the South American flavour of the day: Argentinian Asado BBQ, the dance of the tango, Andean flutes and Samba drums. All artists’ works are for sale.
Admissions: Sales at gate – $10 for adults, students with ID and children go free.
Landscape Art: exciting new work by Sculpture Artist Ernie Maluschnig, Adam David and the metalcrafting team at Metalworks Wanaka.
Visit the gallery at 54 Ballantyne Road, Wanaka, through the Festival week, Mon-Fri 8.30am to 5pm. www.metalworkswanaka.co.nz
In association with the Festival of Colour’s participating billboard artists, Gallery 33 will be exhibiting additional works by these artists during the Festival. We look forward to seeing you at the Gallery to meet the artists during this time. Visit www.gallery33.co.nz for further details.
We are flying our flags again. Look out for the festival flags in both Queenstown and Wanaka. Kindly supplied by Resene