QUIZ: Art and exhibitions

Quiz: Art and exhibitions

Take our quiz to see what you can find out about all kinds of exhibitions and art works in Ōtautahi Christchurch.
The New Zealand International Exhibition 1882 in Hagley Park, Ōtautahi/Christchurch, was a private venture that ran between April and July of that year. How many people visited the exhibition over this time?
The Canterbury Museum is closing in 2023 for a major redevelopment and strengthening project. When was the Museum first opened at its current site on Rolleston Avenue?
The 1906 New Zealand International Exhibition of Arts and Industries is the most famous of Ōtautahi/Christchurch’s arts and industrial events. How many of the approximately 140 species of New Zealand native ferns were represented in the fernery exhibit?
Te Pūawaitanga o te Ringa - Fruits of our busy hands is the name given to the series of tukutuku panels that were specially woven as a community project for the Ngā Pounamu Māori Centre. They were created as a result of the 2001-02 refurbishment of the previous Central Library on Gloucester Street. On what floor of Tūranga are the tukutuku panels now situated?
Tūranga has its own gallery and exhibition space on Tuakiri | Identity, Level 2. What was the name of the first exhibition held in the Te Pito Huarewa | Southbase Gallery?
One of the biggest art controversies In Ōtautahi Christchurch involved which painting rejected by the Canterbury Society of Arts in 1948?
Formed in 1880, CoCA The Centre of Contemporary Art Toi Moroki, on Gloucester Street in central Christchurch, was originally formed as:
Artworks are a feature of many of Ōtautahi Christchurch’s libraries. At which library is the outdoor sculpture Eels, by Bing Dawes?
From the 1950s to the 1980s Canterbury Public Library had a borrowable art collection. What was the work that Colin McCahon sent to city librarian Ron O’Reilly in the 1950s?
Ravenscar House Museum, Gallery and Home opened to the public on 8 November 2021. The re-designed house and its collection and library, now operated by the Canterbury Museum, was donated by..?
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