What's On

Discover what's on in Ōtautahi-Christchurch. From free events to art exhibitions, festivals to live comedy — you'll find it all here.

Listed Events

Sorted by: Date Showing 1 to 10 of 16 for Exhibitions & expos

31 Jan 2020 to 12 Jul 2020

Fiona Pardington’s captivating photographs of faux hei tiki from the Wellcome Collection, London.

7 Mar 2020 to 19 Jul 2020

This exhibition shows off the work of new and recent early career artists by provoking feelings of doubt and unease, revealing how we look and why that can leave us vulnerable.

30 May 2020 to 23 May 2022

Experience the Gallery’s collection from the perspective of our place in Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, the Pacific Ocean. Full of stories of migration, connection and belonging, this huge new exhibition reflects the connections and tensions that shape us.

1 Jul 2020 to 11 Oct 2020

In Aotearoa New Zealand art, there's no one quite like Louise Henderson. Immerse yourself in the seven-decade career of the French woman who found the freedom to be herself in Ōtautahi Christchurch and became a pioneer of modernist abstraction.

1 Jul 2020 to 6 Sep 2020

Moana Currents is an exhibition of Kiwi fashion that explores how our place in the Pacific (Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa) is shaping who we are and what we wear.

1 Jul 2020 to 16 Aug 2020

Get up close to life-sized models of New Zealand’s lost monsters and learn how scientists are using fossils to uncover this land’s tropical past.

4 Jul 2020 to 8 Nov 2020

Enter the orbit of our wonderful moon in this hands-on exhibition on at Canterbury Museum.

6 Jul 2020 to 19 Jul 2020

Kiri and Lou are characters from New Zealand’s much-loved claymation television series! Come and see an amazing display all about how these characters are brought to life, then watch episodes on the big screen TV.

11 Jul 2020 to 23 Aug 2020

In this exhibition of new work by Eddie Clemens, which spans video, performance, and sculptural installation, the history of the Kiosk is explored through a number of channels including Clemens’ own exhibition history.

14 Jul 2020 to 18 Jul 2020

A photography exhibition exploring the idea of isolation as an everyday occurrence in rural New Zealand.