Gus Fisher Gallery

Situated in the historic Kenneth Myers Centre, Gus Fisher Gallery is committed to promoting the evolution of visual arts and culture. 

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The gallery actively fosters creative and academic research, encourages curatorial practice and the development of postgraduate study in the visual arts, and makes a valuable contribution to cultural heritage and museum studies, both at the University and in the wider community.

Exhibitions of contemporary and historical art focus on New Zealand and the wider Pacific area, but also feature overseas work relevant to New Zealand. The gallery is also used for teaching and learning, performances, readings, talks and demonstrations.

Publications
Creative showcase
The gallery as a venue

 

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The Kenneth Myers Centre
74 Shortland St
Auckland Central
New Zealand 

Hours 

Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 12pm - 4pm

Contact

(during opening hours)
Postal: The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019 Auckland
Phone: +64 9 923 6646
Email: gusfishergallery@auckland.ac.nz

Upcoming Events

  • Teaching a Butterfly to Swim (Gus Fisher Gallery, Fine Arts, Dance Studies, NICAI Events) Event as iCalendar
    27 May 2016 - 02 July 2016, 5:30pm
    Douglas Wright’s dance-theatre, photography by John Savage. This exhibition is presented as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.
  • Ferreting on Ponsonby Road: Sait Akkirman (NICAI Events, Fine Arts, Gus Fisher Gallery) Event as iCalendar
    27 May 2016 - 02 July 2016, 5:30pm
    A selection of 50 images taken during daily walks by the photographer Sait Akkirman. This exhibition is presented as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.
  • Celebrating Wood (NICAI Events, Exhibitions, Gus Fisher Gallery, Fine Arts) Event as iCalendar
    27 May 2016 - 02 July 2016, 5:30pm
    Laurence Aberhart celebrates the vernacular building material in an exhibition supplemented with wooden exhibits and displays on the conservation of trees. This exhibition is part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.