Be inspired by some activities captured in our digital heritage collection that you could attempt with your bubble during our Lockdown.
Jeffrey Harris, artist working on the Banks Peninsula, sat in a window with one of his oil on hardwood paintings of two people in a rural setting.
Pupils from a third form art class at Hornby High School wearing papier-mache masks of Robert Muldoon, Prime Minister of New Zealand. From left, Diane McIIwrick, Angela Sweeney, Jason Radonovich...
Michael Armstrong, artist, in his studio on Idris Road with a piece of his artwork and a sewing machine.
Clark Esplin, artist and art teacher at Shirley Intermediate School in a classroom painting a series of joggers.
View along Lincoln Road looking towards the corner with Dickens Street. Tattoo You, 1 hour photos and the Hai Sing Takeaway are on the left at 346-348 Lincoln Road.
A floating cuboid designed by seventh form art student Mark Barrett at Hornby High School. Barrett is shown holding the art piece with other students and the exterior of the school in the background.
Graham Bennett, artist, at work on his 3D drawings in his studio at his Beckenham home.
Christchurch and Canterbury are home to many artists and galleries. Our collection captures not only the artworks, but the people responsible for their creation. From professional to personal, explore...
The Merry Monday Walkers out exploring the city. This was the pop up art gallery that was on the corner of Madras and St Asaph Street.
A student at Hillmorton High School, Roanne Barrett, with clock and stand sculptures received from the school's 25th anniversary committee. The clock is by Canterbury sculptor Garry Arthur, and the...
Following the devastation of the Canterbury earthquakes, we were left with a city of broken buildings and empty spaces. Artists, both local and international, came to Christchurch to turn these...
Peter Simpson, president of the Friends of the Robert McDougall Art Gallery Print Club with Sue Cooke and her print "Ohau 1" stood outside the gallery. The print was purchased for the gallery's...
Art installation by Rewi Couch at Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival. Featured are a Pātaka (storehouse), mokili (canoe), and pā tauremu (eel trap). North Hagley Park, 2015.
Christchurch Stands Tall mini giraffes at South Library.
Shipping containers against the cliff on the road to Sumner, Christchurch.
Community gathered at gap filler in Colombo Street.
Art on unidentified building wall.