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Charlotte Gray

Charlotte Gray

I jumped at the opportunity to join the Foundation in October 2014 when I heard about the plan to purchase five great works. The Gallery has fantastic vision and is in great hands right now. One of my favourite artworks in Christchurch is Martin Creed’s Work No. 2314 which tells us everything is going to be alright. I like the simple message in dazzling lights. For me it symbolises the pretence I showed, for the sake of my kids, that the earthquakes were nothing to worry about. I have my parents to thank for surrounding me with good New Zealand art and making it part of the everyday conversation – the disagreements were part of the fun.

Help Christchurch Art Gallery fuel creativity in Ōtautahi …

We’re on a mission to inspire the people of Ōtautahi Christchurch through creativity. We see the Gallery as the engine of creativity – a place for all to be inspired, uplifted and motivated. A place where New Zealand’s most impressive visual artists are encouraged to make work that they simply couldn’t do without our Gallery and its community’s support.

You can help us! You can support us as we build a collection that tells the story of this ever-changing city. And you can help us back Aotearoa’s outstanding artists by funding ambitious art projects for our city that are as awe-inspiring as Ōtautahi itself.

Keen to get together with us and be part of our mission? Check out the links below for more information:

Find out more about our TOGETHER Programme and how you can help us raise a $5m endowment fund for the future of creativity in Christchurch.

I already know about TOGETHER and want to sign up!

Read about the ins and outs of the Gallery’s vision.

Supporter

Charlotte Gray

Charlotte Gray

I jumped at the opportunity to join the Foundation in October 2014 when I heard about the plan to purchase five great works. The Gallery has fantastic vision and is in great hands right now. One of my favourite artworks in Christchurch is Martin Creed’s Work No. 2314 which tells us everything is going to be alright. I like the simple message in dazzling lights. For me it symbolises the pretence I showed, for the sake of my kids, that the earthquakes were nothing to worry about. I have my parents to thank for surrounding me with good New Zealand art and making it part of the everyday conversation – the disagreements were part of the fun.

Become a Friend

There’s an art to being a Friend. As a Friend of the Gallery you’ll be part of great talks, events and have a special insight into what’s happening at your gallery. Let’s make this New Zealand’s most loved gallery.

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Become a commercial partner

We’re looking for Gallery partners who are not only about return on investment but who are also looking to help us transform a city through art.

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Foundation Partner
Christchurch Art Gallery Foundation is proudly supported by ANZ Private
Christchurch Art Gallery Foundation is proudly supported by ANZ Private
From the Collection

Henri Fantin-Latour Panier de Raisins 1893. Oil on canvas. Collection of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, Frank White bequest, 2001

Support the Gallery

To join the Foundation or donate to the Gallery please email us: together@christchurchartgallery.org.nz

If you'd like to speak to someone in person, please contact Jo Blair
+64 (0) 27 431 4780.