The 2021 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 24 February at 7.30 pm in the Matai Road workrooms. All members are welcome to attend and vote on nominations and other items of business. Roles to be filled for the 2021 year are Secretary and Deputy President.
Kapiti Arts and Crafts Society, Matai Reserve, 192 Matai Road, Raumati Beach
The gallery will close at 3.00 pm on Thursday 24 December 2020 and reopen on Thursday 7th January 2021 with our Exhibition themed “Memory”.
The shop will be closed on 25 & 26th December 2020 and 1 January 2021. On Wellington Anniversary Monday 25th January the shop will be open from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm. Normal hours: Monday to Saturday: 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Between October and Easter, the shop is open on Sundays 11.00 – 2.00pm.
Join Kāpiti Arts And Crafts Society while the Arts Trail is on, and your $85.00 subscription will last for the rest of 2020 and right through to 31 December 2021!
Our Gallery Exhibition, which opens on Thursday 29th October, spans both Kapiti Arts Trail weekends and is a great opportunity to see Artists in Action! Our Arts and Crafts shop will be open, too, as part of the Arts Trail.
“Before, during and after the Arts Trail” exhibition from 29 October to Sunday 22 November KāpitiGallery, 192 Matai Road, Raumati Beach Hours: Thursday to Sunday 10.00 am to 3.00 pm See artists and craftersin action in our workrooms and pottery and visit the exhibition in our gallery.
Arts and Crafts Shop 20 Raumati Road (next door to Raumati Road Pharmacy) in Raumati Village—close to specialty shops and the beach. A great place to find the perfect, locally made gift, or an artwork or craft item to treat yourself.
Don’t miss the display of oil paintings by Kapiti Arts and Crafts Society members, from Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th of November 2020. It’s a great opportunity for shoppers to see work by local artists, and learn about the Society.
Kapiti Arts and Crafts groups are once more displaying and selling their work in the Roderick and Gillian Deane Community Art Space at Paraparaumu Library in September.
Painting groups members are displaying their art from Saturday 19th September, and Kāpiti Spinners, Weavers & Knitters and Felters—plus jewellery & other craft from Saturday 26th September to Friday 2nd October.
The opening hours are set out below, although it may not be possible to staff the display until 7.30 pm on the late nights.
Monday–Wednesday 9am–5pm Thursday and Friday 9am–7.30pm Saturday 10am–4pm Sunday 10am–2pm
The group has a Daffodil Day fundraiser in the Kāpiti Arts and Crafts workrooms each year and Pottery Group members from ‘next door’ in the pottery room join in, too. Raffle tickets are 50 cents each, and some people make a donation as well.
This year, yellow goods covered a worktable with flowers—daffodils, of course, and other blooms—hand-dyed wool, yellow duck and mesh sponges, soup, biscuits and potato chips in yellow packets, a picture frame, rain cape, measuring tape, and a package of scented soap donated by Trudi of Jenoa Clothing Shop in Waikanae. And inevitably, at this time of year, enough grapefruit and lemons to fill a large basket!
Exhibition opening with drinks and nibbles! Thursday 13th August 2020 6.30 – 8.00 pm at Kāpiti Gallery, 192 Matai Road, Raumati Beach.
The members of the Kāpiti Arts & Crafts Society’s Pastel Group would love it if you could make it along to the opening of our annual exhibition on Thursday evening. This is a rare opportunity to see the versatility and bright colours of the pastel medium.
If you can’t get to the Opening, please drop in to the Gallery on Thursdays through Sundays until September 6th, 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.
The Kapiti Woodworkers’ Guild will also have a wonderful display of their woodturning and woodcraft.
Kāpiti Gallery is re-opening on Thursday 11th June. Our “A Song in Art” exhibition was cut short by the lockdown, so it’s continuing until Sunday 21st June. Winter opening hours are 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.
The next exhibition is “Lockdown 2020”, opening on Thursday 25th June for all Groups’ members to display work done during the lockdown period.
“Drip, Dribble and Splash” begins in July, and the revised programme for the rest of the year is on the Gallery page.
It’s great to be getting back to normal! We look forward to seeing you.