Invercargill Public Art Gallery (formally Anderson Park Art Gallery) is responsible for the care, collection and curation of Invercargill’s public art collection. The gallery has built a comprehensive collection of visual and applied arts that includes early European through to contemporary New Zealand art, with a strong representation of local artists and artworks relating to Southland.

IMPORTANT NEWS:

IPAG wish to inform our friends, followers and supporters that the have left 5 Don Street to make way for the proposed ILT hotel build on this site, as well as embark on our exciting collaborative project with the Southland Museum & Art Gallery.

We have loved our space here, and everything it has given us. Originally secured only for a three-week collection exhibition in October 2016, it has become our home for over two years and given us a place to grow and develop as an institution. Here, we have reconnected with our public and created wonderful relationships with the community, as well as taken measures to preserve the city's collection and begin to weave together the many stories that pertain to it. We have also had the opportunity to display this fabulous art collection and bring several high profile artists to the city. None of this would have been possible without the support of the ILT - Invercargill Licensing TrustInvercargill City CouncilCommunity Trust South and the Southland Regional Heritage Committee, so we would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to them.

Whilst we are sad to leave 5 Don Street, our small team are excited about the future and know in our hearts that what is coming is going to be worth the wait.

So please, don’t be a stranger. We are temporary located at the Invercargill City Library and Archives, in the information services area on the 1st floor, until our collabortive venture with the SMAG  is up and running in 2019.

 

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