Thursday, July 14, 2011

Amazing Windchimes

Thanks to Tiffany Singh for pointing us in the direction
of this beauty via

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Trace: Emma Anderson and Kate Adolph -Opening: Thursday 7th July.

Opening: Thursday 7th July at 530pm

Toi Poneke Gallery
61 Able Smith St

8th July - 30th July

Gallery Hours:
9am - 8pm Weekdays
10am - 4pm Weekends

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Pioneer City - Your kind of space.

PIONEER CITY - Your kind of space.

18 June - 10 July 2011
Ground Floor, Soho Apartments
80 Taranaki Street
10am - 2pm Saturday & Sunday or by appointment

For the latest public art programme from Letting Space, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith has created a showroom and website promoting a property development on Mars., provides New Zealanders with an opportunity to contribute to the development of a new colony of the red planet.

Expressions Of Interest from prospective settlers will be taken from 18 June 2011. With aspects of the city currently in development, now is the opportunity to contribute to shaping this remarkable city of the future.

'With NASA scientists aiming for a human mission to Mars in the next 20 years, and private innovators also paving the way, a Martian colony is not a question of 'if' but 'when'", says Holloway-Smith.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

BEES Forever: the future of BEE construction

BEES Forever
the future of BEE construction

with Catherine Caudwell, Deb Tuckey and Samantha Wallis

Opening Wednesday 15th June, 6pm
16th June - 9th July

One day a quiet young woman came to dwell in the cottage to which the garden was attached. She seldom ventured into the village, prefering to wander into the garden and nearby forest, collecting berries, herbs, and roots. The bees watched this behaviour with suspicion for it was unlike a fair young maiden to live in this isolated manner. They began to follow her daily amblings, growing ever more convinced of her questionable nature. Once in the woods she appeared to pray over a crushed ladybug until it became quite sprightly and fly away into the sky. This act, witnessed by a consort of worker bees confirmed their fears that unwelcome deeds were afoot in their garden.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

WGTN LUX Conference, 9-10 July 2011

Announcing the WGTN LUX conference: coming up at Massey College of Creative Arts from 9-10 July 2011.

Bringing together leading international practitioners (artists, designers and researchers) using technology and light in new and dynamic ways, Wellington LUX maps out the leading edge in visualisation and immersive techniques using light in physical space.

Confirmed speakers so far - Anti VJ, Lab[au], Adam Pruden - MIT's Flyfire project, HC Gilje, Eddie Clemens, Gabby O'Connor, Hamish Bell - Weta, and Squidsoup.

For more information see

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

This week at Enjoy!

Tomorrow night! - Thursday 2nd June at 6pm

Geoff Stahl will present a talk at Enjoy Gallery
'The Crime of the Scene: Confessions of a Wannabe Hipster"
(postponed from the last Thursday)

Also, Enjoy was recently included in the inaugural issue of Artist-run Art Magazine Supermarket. Launched at Supermarket 2011, the artist-run art fair in Stockholm.
Check it out Supermarket Issue#1 - A new journal of contemporary art

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Geoff Stahl Talk POSTPONED


Geoff Stahl's talk 'Crime of the Scene: Confessions of a Wannabe Hipster' has been POSTPONED till next week.

Thursday, June 2nd at 6pm.
Enjoy Gallery

See you then!

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Manager/Curator vacancy at Enjoy






Manager Gallery / Curator vacancy at Enjoy

Applications are due Monday 30 May at 5pm

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Upcoming Talks at Enjoy

Thursday 26th May
at 6pm

Geoff Stahl will present a talk
"The Crime of the Scene: Confessions of a Wannabe Hipster."

Saturday 28th May
at 11am

Independent Curator Claudia Arozqueta will present a talk
"Curatorial Experiences in a Shifting Art World."

Monday, May 16, 2011

The Weight of Jupiter

The Weight of Jupiter

Curated by Erica van Zon
Featuring the works of

Lisa Benson
Rossana Martinez
Zoe Rapley

Opening Tuesday 17th May
See you there!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Raewyn Martyn's Day-beds in Glover Park

Raewyn Martyn's Day-beds in Glover Park
(Between Garrett and Ghuznee Sts, just off Cuba Street)

Come check out the day-beds which will be installed daily until May 22nd.
These are the first in a series of four.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Curator / Gallery Manager vacancy at ENJOY

If you think you're the right person to join the team please email an introductory letter and your CV to by Monday May 30th, 5pm.

Any questions can also be directed to the above email address.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Carter Planetarium Trip

The Carter Planetarium Trip is tomorrow night!

Carter Planetarium - 7pm show - 5th April

Please email

if you are keen to join us -
we will be booking by 10am 5.4.11

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

NZ Academy of Fine Arts Auction

Putting the Call out …

The New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts will host a week long exhibition in the form of a silent auction in the main gallery to benefit those affected by the Christchurch earthquake. If you or anyone you know has artwork they would like to donate please bring your work to the Academy by April 5th,

2011. The show will open to the public with a silent auction on Friday the 15th of April at 5:30pm and run until Monday, April 25. If you have any questions about the show please contact The Academy Director Justin Morgan on 04 4 99 88 07 or check out

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Enjoy @ AUT Print Fair

If you happen to be in Auckland this coming weekend 26th and 27th March, come and see us at the AUT Print Fair!

Monday, March 21, 2011

Bob Kerr

We are open today -
Monday 21st of March and tomorrow
11am - 6pm

for Bob Kerr's

The Three Wise Men of Kurow

with opening talk and event tonight at 5.30pm
with local historian Tony Simpson.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Volunteering at Enjoy




Volunteering at Enjoy

Enjoy has a talented community of volunteers, and we're always looking for new and dedicated volunteers to become involved. Our volunteers provide valuable support, and also enable us to undertake projects and initiatives that would normally be beyond our means in turn, we focus on nurturing and developing volunteers' skills by providing experiential and professional development opportunities.

Volunteers help us out with photography, design, marketing, writing and publishing, gallery sitting, grant applications, helping out at openings and public talks, exhibition installation, and much more. Contact us for more info at Thanks!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

John Di Stefano opening

John Di Stefano opening now!

The Return


book launch of


designed by Duncan Munro

come and have a glass of wine with us