• Level 2 Co-vid 19 Update »

    Moving to Alert Level 2 means our business is back in operation.
    The risk of COVID-19 transmission in the community remains, though the move to Alert Level 2 reflects the risk is lower. This means it’s safer to do a range of work activities, including having customers on the premises and having our wonderful worker Sally return to the gallery. From Thursday 14th May we will reopen to the public and be implementing controls to ensure the health and safety of workers and other people in our environment will be protected. This means we will only deal with one customer at a time for framing so we can provide safe distancing. Our framing samples will be cleaned between customers and the work surfaces wiped down. We will have hand sanitiser available for customer use. Individuals are welcome to visit the gallery.
    Please bear with us while this restrictions are in place. Thank you for your patience and support during this time. We look forward to seeing you again. All the best Megan and Baz.

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  • Mugshot’s Exhibition »

    The Mugshot’s exhibition that was initially planned to open on Friday 8th May has been postponed due to the Co-vid 19 Lockdown. We propose to present the exhibition later in the year when restrictions have lifted. We are aware that artist’s have produced work for Mugshot’s and we look forward to being able to present to the public in manner which does it justice. Please keep an eye out for further updates. Thank you for your ongoing support of Hangar Gallery.

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  • Co-vid 19 Update »

    Co-vid 19 Level 3 Restrictions

    Everyone seems to be using their common sense and finding ways to open and make it work within the Government guidelines.
    As picture framers we are finding ways to do consultations over the phone and via email during Level 3. We are conducting limited contactless pick- ups for urgent collection of work. We are keeping our front door closed to customers but can arrange drop-offs and pick-ups with the door shut. At this stage customers are unable to enter the premises but online payment is an option. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to discuss framing options.

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  • Laboratorium »

    Welcome to the Laboratorium – cabinet of curiosities exhibition 2019.

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  • Scott McFarlane »

    New to Hangar Gallery in April are four large works by Kerikeri artist Scott McFarlane. Please see our artwork page for detailed information. Featured image ‘Maps and Flags.’ ‘Maps and Flags’ has sold and is now installed in a private collection.

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  • Hangar Gallery to host Chris Wilkie exhibition »

    In November 2019 Hangar Gallery will host a solo exhibition by well known artist Chris T Wilkie. Titled ENDEAVOUR – Finding and Losing, the strange realities of James Cook. The exhibition will consist of paintings and drawings referencing Tuia 250, the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook, Tupaia and the Endeavour crew’s arrival and interaction with Maori. In particular Chris has a focus on local iwi in Te Tai Tokerau, Aotearoa, New Zealand. Opening preview Friday 22nd November 5:30 – 8:30, with live music by Railway Pie.

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  • Opening night photos from Brett a’Court’s exhibition. »

    Opening night photos by local photographer/printmaker Virginia Guy from Brett a’Court’s exhibition, ‘Sheep, goats and other introduced spirits.’ September 2018.

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  • North or Bust »

    Robert Scott of The Clean and The Bats is coming to Whangarei to exhibit his paintings at Hangar Gallery on Friday 26th October. He will also play a solo gig at ONEONESIX. After being at the gallery preview from 5.30-7pm, Robert will perform a one-off set in a cabaret lounge setting in the main hall at 116 Bank St. Food will be available throughout the gig and there is a licensed bar on site. Doors open at ONEONESIX at 7pm with the gig starting at 8pm. Hangar Gallery is located at 14 Cross Street. From the gallery wander down to eat at ONEONESIX before relaxing with a craft beer or wine and listening to that Dunedin sound up close and personal.

    Only 100 tickets.
    $20 hard copy tickets from the Hangar Gallery or $25 online from Eventfinda, no booking fee.
    Door sales $25 if still available.

    Robert Scott is a part of indie rock bands The Clean and The Bats, playing bass for The Clean, and guitar/vocals for The Bats, and writing songs for both. Scott has also released several solo albums in different genres, including alternative rock, experimental instrumentals, and traditional folk music. His first solo album, The Creeping Unknown, was released in 2000 on Flying Nun Records and the latest, Ends Run Together, in 2010. Scott has also drawn or painted the cover art for many Flying Nun album sleeves.

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