National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries
Centre for New Zealand Art Research and Discovery
Established in 2006, the Centre for New Zealand Art Research and Discovery (CNZARD) is entrusted to manage and develop the University’s extensive and valuable art collection, to coordinate the busy exhibition programme of the Gus Fisher Gallery, and to support and guide the student team that leads the activities of the online and onsite student-curated gallery, Window. The Centre also liaises closely with other parts of the University engaged in similar or compatible activities, maximising opportunities to showcase key initiatives.
An introduction to the work of the Centre for New Zealand Art Research and Discovery (CNZARD) from Director Linda Tyler.
Information about the University's art collection, the George Fraser Gallery, Gus Fisher Gallery and Window.
See selected works from the University's extensive art collection, as well as current research projects being undertaken at the Centre.
Art and architectural exhibitions and written works on various topics in architecture, art and design.
View profiles and contact details of academic staff at CNZARD.
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