Geoff Wilson Gallery

The Geoff Wilson Gallery is a purpose built exhibition space displaying art by Northland’s best artists, as well as invited artists from elsewhere in Aotearoa/NZ and students studying art at NorthTec.

The exhibition programme aims to feature a range of contemporary art practices, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, Maori art, video work, and installation art. Artworks are for sale in the gallery.

The gallery is an integral part of the learning experience of art students studying at NorthTec.  Students are involved in setting up and running their own exhibitions and community courses in Gallery Studies are run through the gallery.  Final year students on the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Maunga Kura Toi Maori Arts have their graduating exhibitions in the gallery.  View NorthTec's Arts programmes.

Geoff Wilson Gallery Calendar 2018

  • 19 Feb - 12 Apr – ​Food For Thought | Staff Exhibition
  • 16 Apr - 27 Apr – Top Art | Touring NZQA show of NCEA portfolio
  • 3 May - 29 Jun – ​WATER | Artists from Aotearoa/NZ working with water as a theme
  • 1 Aug - 30 Aug – ​Field Notes | A collaboration between the Applied Art and Conservation & Environment programmes at NorthTec
  • 3 Sep - 5 Sep – ​Youth Summit | 3 day arts festival for youth
  • 12 Sep - 2 Nov – Mapping | An international print exchange, local artists, the Art Academy and more
  • 14 Nov - 30 Nov – Graduating Exhibitions for Digital Arts, Maori Arts and Visual Arts programmes

The Geoff Wilson Gallery is located centrally at NorthTec’s Raumanga Campus, entrance off Raumanga Valley Road, Whangārei.

Gallery hours

Wednesday-Friday: 10am - 4pm

Contact the Gallery

Email gallery@northtec.ac.nz  or phone (09) 470 3805.

Geoff Wilson Gallery, Toi Te Pito Arts Precinct, NorthTec
Gate 3, 51 Raumanga Valley Road
Whangārei.

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For information on exhibitions, and to view images of artworks, see the gallery Facebook page.

Check out this catalogue from our WATER exhibition

The gallery is proudly named after the late Geoff Wilson, an artist and educator, who was instrumental in developing the visual arts programme at NorthTec.