St Paul st Gallery AUT

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Location and hours

ST PAUL St Galleries One and Two occupy Level 1 of the School of Art and Design (WM) building at 40 St Paul St. Gallery Three is housed within Te Ara Poutama, Wellesley Campus, AUT.

Gallery One and Two

Level 1 WM Building
40 St Paul Street
School of Art and Design
Auckland University of Technology
Tāmaki Makaurau
Opening Hours: 10 am ‐ 5 pm Tuesday to Friday, 12 pm ‐ 4 pm Saturday.
Closed Sunday, Monday and Public Holidays and during exhibition changes.

Gallery Three

WB Building
63 Wellesley Street East
Te Ara Poutama,
Auckland University of Technology
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Opening Hours: Please check individual exhibitions for hours.
Admission to both galleries is free.

Contact Us

Phone: +64 (09) 9219999 Ext 8313
Email: stpaul.gallery@aut.ac.nz

Become a Volunteer

Volunteering for ST PAUL St Gallery is a great way to be involved in the art world and learn more about how it functions behind the scenes. Our volunteers are a valuable part of our team and we are always looking for more. To volunteer, contact the gallery at stpaul.gallery@aut.ac.nz to discuss this further.

Tote Bags

We have two ST PAUL St Gallery tote bags, one is a yellow tote with blue printing and the other is a blue tote with white printing. They are available for $15 each from the gallery. Please email stpaul.gallery@aut.ac.nz for enquiries.

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Submissions to the programme

ST PAUL St Gallery is open to individual and group proposals for consideration and inclusion in the schedule of exhibitions and events. Please be aware that our programme schedule is confirmed well in advance, including a season of AUT student graduating exhibitions at the end of the year. There are no designated submission deadlines. It is strongly reccomended that you make contact with the Gallery to express your interest prior to submitting a proposal.

Proposals submitted to the gallery are typically reviewed by the Director who will, where appropriate, consult with selected external referees (see below) before making a final decision. Decisions are made on the basis of the quality of the submission and on the appropriateness for inclusion in the overall balance of the curated programme.

External referees: Christina Barton, Natasha Conland, Heather Galbraith, Emma Bugden, Aaron Lister, Léuli Eshraghi, Nina Tonga, Bruce E. Phillips, Bianca Hester and Dr Huhana Smith.