October 14, 2020

We are excited to introduce our newest members to the gallery - Robin Brisker & Dee Copeland.

13 - 24 October 2020

Robin's studio is in Wanaka, arriving there from10 different countries; France, Germany, Denmark, Holland, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, New Zeala...

September 5, 2020

The recipient of the 2019 Kay Todd Memorial Student Photography Award


"This piece symbolises the light that big corporations push their products in despite the darkness and corruption that surrounds the corporation in their true ambitions fo...

May 1, 2020

Artists In-Residence  

News on what our artists have been up to on lockdown

Kay Turner   Jeweller/Maker

With this pause on daily life I have found myself reflecting and looking for the silver lining.

While we can’t get out socially connecting with new people hasn’t stopped...


Ralph Waldo Emerson once mused that we are made immortal by the contemplation of beauty.

That is to live, and continue to live, with a constant stream of relative openness running through us regardless of place, time or position....


Trees teach us about respect. They elegantly embody life and it’s cycles, and remind us that everything has provenance.

To Luke Anthony, this may look like wood carving a representation of a bird that may have once perched on that...


To play, experiment and remain unencumbered in one's work is a skill many are striving desperately to master. When ironically, the very act of striving to reach such a level of artistic freedom is perhaps the very thing blocking it’s ar...

December 10, 2018

This year we are pleased to announce the winner of the Kay Todd Photography Award goes to Luci McDougall - Mt Aspiring College.

Artist Statement

This particular piece of work is from a body of work telling a story of the demential effects of body image. My aim was to cre...

October 26, 2018

Congratulations go to Hullabaloo photographer Eric Schusser who received the 'Runner-up' award

at the Wanaka Arts Society Labour Weekend Exhibition 2018. His photo of old ice skates hanging on a farm building wall was given a historic look using a replica wet collodion...

September 20, 2018

A few months ago our wonderful print maker, Marion Vialade, made the decision to leave the Hullabaloo collective and pursue some new horizons. We will miss her and wish her well in her future artistic endeavours. Marion joined Hullabaloo in 2011 after arriving in Centr...

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hullabaloo art space

Melmore Terrace
Cromwell Historic Precinct

Cromwell, New Zealand


opening hours

7 days 10am - 4pm


phone:   +64 27 6007106

email:   info@hullabalooartists.co.nz 


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