New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Wairarapa Art Review

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OPENING EVENT: Friday 10 December, 5:30pm
(NB: Please arrive promptly at 5:30pm. Doors close at 6:15pm)
Guest speaker & Selector: Marcia Page, Page Galleries Wellington
 

Tickets: $10 per person. Purchase your TICKET for the awards night 
FREE tickets for any artist who submitted a work.

Tickets essential - No ticket, no entry.
Due to Covid, only limited tickets available.

Tickets are non transferrable, non refundable.

Entry Requirements:
This special event has been designed around the Government’s COVID Protection Framework (traffic light system) to keep our guests and staff safe.
Entry will require ticket check, verification of My Vaccine Pass and QR Covid Tracer scanning. Please allow time to enter.
Masks are encouraged with the exception of eating. Please maintain physical distancing.
A photographer and videographer will be present.

Please understand we must ask for and verify your My Vaccine Pass prior to entry.

Thank you for joining the excitement of the renowned Wairarapa Art Review.

 

New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Wairarapa Art Review 2021

A selected exhibition open to all artists living in the Wairarapa.

The exhibition is held every two years since 1999 and presented by the Friends of Aratoi.
All artworks are available for purchase.

Selector
Marcia Page, PAGE Galleries Wellington

Awards

Rosewood Premier Award: $2,000
Rigg Zschokke Highly Commended Award: $1,000
Pete Nikolaison Photographer & Framer Photography Award: $500
ConArt Gallery and Studios Emerging Artist Award: Residency valued at $500
Gwenda Saunders Exciting Use of Colour Award: $500
Hillview Property 3D Award: $500
Jane Hyder Portrait Award: $500
Frank Minehan People’s Choice Award: $500 - announced 13 February at 2pm

Opening and Awards Announcements: 10 December, 5:30pm (by invite only due to Covid restrictions)

Frank Minehan People’s Choice Award Announcement: 13 February, 2pm

All award winning artworks will be exhibited at Schmidt Gallery following the closing at Aratoi.