Something Snazzy and Eye-catching
Thank you for the art – Thank you for the support
There’s always something snazzy and eye-catching at the NZ Art Show. And behind all the wonderful the art, there’s a whole gamut of people who make the show the success that it is – artists, supporters, volunteers and staff.
This week we look at two sponsors – TeamTalk and Ricoh – and we give another wee taste of the art on offer this year.
We’re excited to welcome back leading communications company TeamTalk, who is supporting the 2018 NZ Art Show as a Gold Sponsor.
Established in 1994, and New Zealand owned and operated, TeamTalk Ltd is New Zealand’s largest mobile radio company. They provide a robust and affordable communications platform for businesses on the move and are an industry leader providing mobile data and localised mobile radio coverage. They operate dedicated emergency service networks, the largest being the nationwide network for Ambulance New Zealand.
Included in their network is CityLink, leading providers of comprehensive broadband and fibre technology to businesses in Wellington and Auckland CBD.
Once again it’s a pleasure to welcome Ricoh back as a supporter, this year as a Silver Sponsor.
Ricoh New Zealand is a leading supplier of multifunctional devices, digital printers, fax machines, and wide format imaging devices.
They also provide services in document management, device fleet management, print and cost management, information security, document workflow analysis and change management, and Information Technology.
For Chris Thornton, General Manager for Wellington and one of the most friendliest people around, one of his focuses is fostering a positive environment and ensuring customer satisfaction.
Buy your NZ Art Show tickets from us – not from Viagogo
Ticketmaster is our primary ticketing agent: use the links in this newsletter, the BUY TICKETS link on our website – artshow.co.nz – or purchase from any physical Ticketmaster box office location in New Zealand.
Image: ‘Construction #7’, wood and paint by Kate Elder
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Don’t Miss out on the Art Party of the Year
Thursday, May 31
We have a very limited number of Gala tickets available for sale – and the Gala always sells out. So make sure you don’t miss out on all the fun. This evening is a fun way to enjoy art with wine, cocktail food, live music and all art for sale.
Get your tickets now.
Image: The Stairway to Paradise’, acrylic and ink by John Goodey
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Become a Friend – Show Your Love for NZ Art
Show your commitment to NZ art and sign up as a Friend of the 2018 NZ Art Show. Enjoy the benefits that come with your Friend membership: guaranteed tickets to the Gala, show day tickets to the show, exclusive private preview of the show and invites to any special NZ Art Show events.
Image: ‘Barking Shins IX’, acrylic on canvas by Simon Lundqvist
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Let’s preview some artists exhibiting in the NZ Art Show
Top: David Ellis (Wellington)
Middle: Jane Brenton Rule (Auckland), and Kate Elder (Wellington)
Bottom: John Goodey (Auckland) and Amy Donnell (Rotorua)