NZ Art Show Celebrates Gold





Introducing Gold Sponsor Intergen, some artists who are going to be in the show and 25% discount on Single Day Passes.


Get Your Tickets Now

Special Offer

Single Day Passes – 25% off the price, including concession tickets – offer ends 11:59pm, Thursday 19 April 2018


Image: ‘Charka 2’, gold leaf, acrylic and resin by Rae West



Weekend Pass

Great Value for money – only $20

Spend the whole weekend at the show. The Weekend Pass will get you access to the show from Friday, June 1 to Monday, June 4.


Image: ‘Peonies’, acrylic and mixed media by Galina Kim



Become a Friend

Show Your Love for NZ Art

Sign up as a Friend of the 2018 NZ Art Show and we’ll give you a complimentary $20 art voucher to spend at this year’s show.*

Show your commitment to NZ art and enjoy the benefits that come with your Friend membership.

*This offer available for a short time only.


Image: ‘Nude, Yoga Girl’, laminated acrylic by Olivier Duhamel





Intergen Goes for Gold




The NZ Art Show is proud to have Intergen as a Gold Sponsor.

Intergen are leaders in the design and application of Microsoft technology

They first came on board as a sponsor of NZ Art Show in 2017 and brought with them boundless energy, enthusiasm and ideas. We love having them on board.

One of Wellington’s first ICT companies, Intergen is a leading provider of Microsoft technology solutions for businesses, specialising in the design, development and integration of business knowledge, information technology and creativity.

From a start-up in 2001, Intergen has grown to one of the leaders in their field and one of New Zealand’s largest and most awarded Microsoft partners: their awards include which include the Cyber Gold and Supreme Gold Awards at the 2016 Wellington Gold Awards.

Katy Sweetman, Marketing Director for Intergen, enjoying refreshments at the NZ Art Show Friends and Sponsors Evening in early April



Let’s preview some exhibiting artists in the NZ Art Show

Top: Suhee Kang (Auckland) – detail of Suhee Kang installation below.
Jenny Caldwell (Wellington), and Galina Kim (Christchurch)