Delay in Ticket Release for 2021 NZ Sculpture OnShore

We have put a delay on the release of ticket sales due to Covid level 4, but we are progressing behind the scenes for an unforgettable event.

Watch this space!



New Sponsor Enables Entire School to Visit NZ Sculpture OnShore

Thanks to the generosity of insurance and investment advisory group Imak, all 76 Onepoto School students will be visiting NZ Sculpture OnShore this year. 

Onepoto School, North Shore’s only decile 1 school, has been reduced to teaching all the students in the hall while waiting for the Ministry of Education to complete its rebuild.

Imak director Stewart Imrie said when he heard what the school had been through, he was keen to help.

“I think back to when I was young and at school and how I used to enjoy the small number of times when there was a field trip. It was a different, interactive way to learn. Imak is all about investing in the future and we are keen to do that in many ways. When we were approached to sponsor a school tour to NZ Sculpture OnShore it was a given to get behind this great initiative.  By investing in educating children, you are building on creating a world full of opportunities. 

“I encourage other businesses to get behind this initiative.”

Any businesses interested in supporting students to attend NZ Sculpture OnShore can contact us here.   
Click here to download the Sponsor A School Tour Brochure


Find out more about School Tours - Click Here

Law Firm with a Heart for Good Outcomes

We are so grateful for the ongoing support from major sponsor Hesketh Henry. A thriving commercial law firm, their generosity means more funds from NZ Sculpture OnShore goes to the vital work carried out by the Women’s Refuge.  Like Hesketh Henry, enabling and supporting good outcomes for those in need is central to our work. 

“The team at 
Hesketh Henry are committed to supporting the work of the Women’s Refuges in New Zealand. And as foundation sponsors of this initiative, we are again proud to be a major sponsor of the NZ Sculpture OnShore event this year,” Christina Bryant, Managing Partner.

Thanks, Hesketh Henry!   

Long-Time Volunteer Calls For Team Mates


This year will be Lisa McCloskey’s sixth as a volunteer for NZ Sculpture OnShore. She’s done everything from public education, helping run the school tours, working in the indoor gallery, assisting with the marketing and now this year, she is in charge of ticketing. 

“I’ve got 120 time slots to fill on the ticket desk, so I could do with some help!

“I love being a NZ Sculpture OnShore volunteer. We work hard, get to meet some of the incredible artists, and have a lot of fun as a team along the way,” says Lisa.

NZ Sculpture OnShore’s Trust Chair Sally Dewar says Lisa is a tireless local community volunteer, supporting sports clubs, schools and charity fundraising events. “We are very fortunate to have her expertise, enthusiasm and ‘can do’ attitude on our event team again in 2021.” 

For Lisa, it’s all about the cause. “We’re so lucky here in Devonport, it’s nice to able to give back to the community and support the important work of the Women’s Refuge. It’s a really great event to be part of,” she says. 

For More Information on how you can Volunteer - Click Here

Our Sponsors

We are grateful for the generous and on-going support of our sponsors.
To find out more about how these organisations help us to help Women's Refuge NZ, click on the logos below.


Fisher Funds


Hesketh Henry

Harcourts Cooper & Co

Perpetual Guardian