TE ATAMIRA is a multi-purpose, community arts and cultural space in the heart of the Whakatipu region of Aotearoa | New Zealand.


Te Atamira offers a wide-ranging programme of exhibitions, workshops, classes, performances, events and talks designed for everyone to be creative, every day.

We have 22 purpose-built spaces, including an art gallery, dance studios, performance spaces, a recording studio, music teaching and rehearsal rooms, a pottery studio, art workshop and a community project space.

Te Atamira, which means platform or stage in te reo Māori, strives to be a place for all to practice, produce, experience, participate in and be inspired by the arts.


BAILEE LOBB'S

In Bathing, Bask
considers how spaces can act as a supportive environment for stimming, sensory processing and soothing the nervous system.

WHAT’S ON

WHAT’S ON

Exhibition
May 16, 2022
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July 3, 2022
In Bathing, Bask

In Bathing, Bask

Bailee Lobb’s exhibition In Bathing, Bask is an installation of large, brightly coloured inflatable sculptures, transforming the gallery into an immersive and playful environment.

Drop-in Sessions
May 16, 2022
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June 15, 2022
Listening, moving, breathing

Listening, moving, breathing

Free weekly sound-bathing and mindful movement sessions with Te Atamira resident artists Sunny Sky (Mondays at 5:30pm) and Anna Stuart (Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2:15).

Exhibition
May 16, 2022
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June 12, 2022
Queenstown Art Society: The Past, the Present and the Future

Queenstown Art Society: The Past, the Present and the Future

Exhibition celebrating 60 years of the Queenstown Art Society.

Film Screenings
May 20, 2022
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July 3, 2022
Constraint and Freedom

Constraint and Freedom

A selection of recent artists’ films from around the globe. Fridays - Sundays from 20 May - 19 June, 10am - 4pm.

Live Music
May 27, 2022
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May 27, 2022
NZ Music Month - Milly Bea and Taylor Dossetor: Femme Persuasion

NZ Music Month - Milly Bea and Taylor Dossetor: Femme Persuasion

Milly and Taylor dive into the often neglected world of female artists in the music world. Friday 27 May - Doors open 7pm.

Performing Arts + Theatre
May 28, 2022
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May 29, 2022
Art Chemist: Prescriptions and creative cure-alls

Art Chemist: Prescriptions and creative cure-alls

Audiences are invited into the Art Chemist for a ‘consultation’ where they will be prescribed paintings, sculptures or creative undertakings to soothe their ailments – be they physical, emotional or existential. Saturday 28 May - Sunday 29 May, 10am-4pm.

Workshops + Classes
May 28, 2022
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May 28, 2022
Folding Patterns Workshop: Dying with Shibori

Folding Patterns Workshop: Dying with Shibori

Shibori dying workshop with artist Bailee Lobb - Saturday 28 May, 10am-1pm.

Talks + Symposia
May 29, 2022
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May 29, 2022
In Conversation with... Bailee Lobb

In Conversation with... Bailee Lobb

Talk with artist Bailee Lobb about her work and current exhibition at Te Atamira. Sunday 29 May, 11am

VISIT US

VISIT US

FACILITIES

OUR SPACES

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TWO

Dance studios
WITH BARRE AND MIRROR, SPRUNG FLOORs

RUA

TWO

Performance spaces
WITH WOODEN FLOORS

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Project Space

TAHI

ONE

Workshop / Teaching space

TAHI

ONE

Curated gallery
SHOWCASING LOCAL AND NATIONAL ARTISTS

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SIX

Itinerant music rooms

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SIX

Visual arts studios

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ONE

Recording studio

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ONE

Flexible / Youth space

NEWS

NEWS

9 May 2022
Ethics of respect, team work and creative thinking: Kay Turner

Ethics of respect, team work and creative thinking: Kay Turner

4 May 2022
Energy is my source: Sunny Sky

Energy is my source: Sunny Sky

2 May 2022
See emotions for the fleetingness of what they truly are: Anna Stuart

See emotions for the fleetingness of what they truly are: Anna Stuart

23 April 2022
Frameworks of care: Bailee Lobb

Frameworks of care: Bailee Lobb