Indoor Gallery

Indoor Gallery at NZ Sculpture OnShore


Indoor Sculpture Exhibition: Indoor Gallery submissions are now closed. Thank you!

The 13th biennial NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition will run from Saturday 4 November to Sunday 19 November 2023 at Operetu, Fort Takapuna, Devonport, Auckland. 

The aim of the exhibition is to continue to raise funds for Women’s Refuge New Zealand to support victims of domestic violence.

As well as showcasing over 100 large scale outdoor works from a wide range of established and upcoming artists, there will also be an indoor gallery offering over 500-600 works for sale.

The curatorial team is delighted to announce that applications are now open for Expressions of Interest to be submitted for works for the indoor gallery.

This invitation is open to artists who have previously exhibited at NZ Sculpture OnShore as well as new artists who would like to be considered.

The final date for submissions is 31 July 2023. Please apply ASAP as limited space available in indoor gallery, once we have filled our quota we are unable to accept more works and submissions may close early.

This EOI is for Indoor works only.

Sorry, indoor submissions have now closed. Thank you to all of those who applied. 

Please see the online application form for Terms and Conditions.

If you have any additional questions, please contact Tatjana Ratsdorf, NZ Sculpture OnShore  Artist and Systems Coordinator, at


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The Indoor Gallery is located in the barracks at the stunning cliff top location at Operetu Fort Takapuna.

All works are original and New Zealand made, and there is something for everyone at a wide range of prices. Works include bronzes, glass, ceramics, carving, metalwork and jewellery.

The Gallery is the perfect place to seek out unique gifts for friends and family, or to treat yourself to something special whilst supporting a very worthwhile cause as every purchase directly benefits Women's Refuge New Zealand.

The Gallery is open from 10am-5pm during the NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition.