Setting Up The Show (2018), Tony Rumball (New Plymouth), Oil on canvas, Indian ink (detail).
Hāpai is an ongoing series that showcases artists living in Taranaki.
Meaning to ‘uplift’, ‘elevate’ or ‘support’, Hāpai embodies Puke Ariki’s vision of building strong relationships with community groups in our region.
Watch this space change every four months, as Taranaki artists display their latest creations.
Artists On Show (22 July to 22 November 2019)
The July series of Hāpai is full of imagination, colour and movement. We are pleased to showcase artworks by David Le Fleming, Maryanne van Roij, Ché Rogers, Tony Rumball, Angela Gnyp and Tony Waterson.
Come in to Puke Ariki library and check it out!
Submitting an Artwork for consideration
Puke Ariki invites artists living in Taranaki to submit one artwork for consideration in each of the intake periods.
Artworks are judged blind by our Puke Ariki Hāpai team.
If successful Puke Ariki reserves the right to use images of the artwork in promotional material, on its website and on social media. During the exhibition artworks will not be for sale through Puke Ariki.
For more information send us an email or visit the Taranaki Research Centre at Puke Ariki (Library, Level 2).
Call for new artwork submissions will open in February 2020. Keep an eye on our website and social media channels for updates
Online submissions will be entered from this web page. You will need to have the following information about yourself and your artwork:
- artist name, contact details and biography
- artwork details, including title, creation date, media, dimensions and a statement about your artwork
- up to five images of your artwork.
- Library Foyer
- View location
- Free entry
- Suitable for all ages