Arts & Culture / Visual Arts

The Outgames provided a rare and exciting opportunity to see works from many of New Zealand?s top lesbian and gay artists on show at the same time, most within easy strolling distance!

Andrea Mantegna Bacchanal with Wine VatSlice of HeavenGAYMES GAYMES GAYMES (2009) by Richard Kereopa Digital print on stock card, 200 x 150 mm Collection of the artist HooP (work in progress) 2010 by Kate Walker Photos by Caroline EarleyReuben Paterson - Table For TwoShout - Out and About in Porirua, Text at OtakiPaerau Corneal - Ko Au Te Whenua Photography, Norman Heke Light Boxes - So Gay!Geoff DixonArt TourArt TourImage from The Return by John DiStefanomarkhutchis.jpgPhotospace exhibitionLuna2 ExhibitionGavin Hurley at Toi P?neke GallerySpirit art exhibition

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Te Papa Tongarewa - Museum of New Zealand

, , New Zealand

Te Papa, the spectacular Museum of New Zealand on the Wellington harbourside, put together a programme exclusively for the Outgames.

Brian Brake: Lens on the World
23 October - 8 May 2010

Textiles, Back-of-House Tour
Monday 14 March and Wednesday 16 March, 12noon-12.30pm and 1pm-1.30pm

Works on Paper, Back-of-House Tour
Tuesday 15 March and Thursday 17 March 2011, 12noon-12.30pm and 1pm-1.30pm

Art After Dark
Thursday 17 March, 6pm-8.45pm 

City Gallery Wellington

The City Gallery Wellington is located in Civic Square, in the heart of Wellington City.

MANA TAKAT?PUI: Taera T?ne explores Pacific perspectives on gay culture and male sexuality
Deane Gallery, 29 Jan - 10 April 2011

HooP 2010: Kate Walker documents an event staged by the artist where community members participated in a mass hula hooping event
SQUARE2, 7 March - 3 April 2011

Pataka Museum

Norrie Street, Porirua

She Beauty, He Beast - Glitter paintings by Reuben Paterson
Pataka Main Gallery, 12 Feb-15 May 2011

SHout - Out and About in Porirua
Bottle Creek Gallery, 3-20 March 2011

New Works, a solo show by Paerau Corneal
Blue Pacific Gallery, 26 Feb-27 March 2011

An easy train ride from Wellington and has a great café.

Light Boxes

All the Cunning Stunts was exhibited in the Light Boxes outside the St James Theatre, Courtenay Place
16 Dec 2010?April 2011


Arts Programme Launch

The Jimmy Bar and Café, Courtenay Place (adjacent to the Light Boxes)
Thursday 16 December 2010, 5:30pm

Bowen Galleries

, Wellington
12 March - 26 March 2011

In the Window
Geoff Dixon, Paul Rayner and Arone Meeks

Carbon-Neutral Sex-Positive Art Tour

Your tour guide, Siren Deluxe, lead you with confidence up unlikely staircases and down the art world alleyways.

16 Mar 2011, 3.30pm ? 5.30pm.

Enjoy Public Art Gallery

23 Feb - 19 March 2011

John Di Stefano presented his show The Return

Mark Hutchins Gallery

9 March to 1 April 2011

Rebecca Swan presented Sweat for the Outgames

Photospace Gallery

11 March?2 April 2011

Men Undressed, photographs by Mark Beehre, is an exploration of the ?naked portrait?

Spirit Art Exhibition 

Wellington Town Hall (West Court Foyer)

11 - 13 March 2011, 10am - 6pm

New paintings by Angelo Giannoutsos and sculptures by Graeme Hitchcock.

Toi P?neke Gallery

, Wellington
5-27 March 2011

You say tomato
Adi Brown, Karl Chitham, Caroline Earley, Gavin Hurley, Lauren Lysaght,  Anna-Marie O'Brien, Mark Rayner, Paul Rayner, Sian Torrington, and Kate Walker

Thistle Hall Gallery

Luna2 showcased the art and performances (music, poetry, and theatre) of more than 30 lesbian artists and performers.  This was the 1st National Exhibition of Lesbian Arts.

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