Events

ROAR! Mince Pies Exhibition

Roar Mince Pies show is now on at our new location Shop 209 Left Bank Arcade. Everything is under $150.00 cash and carry. This show has a regular change over of artwork so be sure to pop in regularly so you don’t miss out on all of these fantastic pieces.

Zine Exhibition November

Celebrating the hardwork and creativity of Pablos Artists. join us for the Zine Exhibition running from the 31st of October to the 23rd of November. This exhibition will highlight the zines created within Pablos group workshops.

Maggie Jones Exhibiting Artist October

External artist Maggie Jones is exhibiting in the Roar! Gallery from 3rd October to 26th October. Don’t miss the chance to see her incredibly evocative work.

All Access Exhibition

All Access opens 3rd December 2019 at Thistle Hall

All Access will be open from the 3rd -7th of December, Tuesday to Saturday 11:30 am to 6:00 pm. Closing celebrations on Saturday 7th from 6-8pm . Don’t miss our artist run workshop on Thursday 5th from 12-2pm.

Community Connections and Pablo’s Art Studio invite the community to a new exhibition of tactile, audio described visual art by intuitive Wellington artists. Accessible, this exhibition is audio described,  hung at wheelchair height and tactile.  A rare opportunity to explore an inclusive display experience seen in few galleries.

25th Annual Art Auction

25th Annual Art Auction
Thursday 7th November at the New Zealand Portrait Gallery
Viewing starts at 5:00pm, including food, drinks and entertainment
Auction commences from 6:30pm and closes by 9:00pm
BUY TICKETS QUICK AS THEY ARE SELLING OUT FAST!!!!
Every year we auction approximately 100 works, half from the wonderful artists at Pablos and half from artists all over New Zealand and beyond. This years contributing external artists include: Dick Frizzell, Nigel Brown, Basia Smolnicki, Matt Gauldie, Jane Blackmore, Gail Gauldie, Juliet Best, Vincent Duncan, Gavin Chilcott, Rieko Woodford-Robinson, Grant Corbishley, Maxine Edwards, Hannah Salmon, Aaron Frater and Sam Broad, to name just a few.