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Inverlochy Now a Registered Charity

Our treasurer and committee has been working hard behind the scenes and Inverlochy is pleased to announce that it is now a Registered Charity!

Our Registration Number is: CC54321 and was granted on 29 March 2017. You can visit and look up The Williams School of Art Incorporated, our official name, or use the registration number to search.
Registration as a charity means that any donations qualify for a tax rebate.
Inverlochy Art School's income primarily comes from running art classes and art related activities, we receive very little funding; our building and grounds require constant maintenance and we appreciate any personal time given helping here as well as financial help.  
Happy art making and thanks for helping to make Inverlochy successful!

Gardener's Wanted!

Gardener's Wanted!

Fancy being part of a gardening group? We would love to have you on our team volunteering to keep the gardens weeded at Inverlochy Art School. Our energetic professional gardener, Veronica, has left for the South Island, and we need people to continue her good work. Approximately once a month and for as much time as suits you on the day. Please email co-ordinator:

Annual Exhibition Opened on 25 November 2016

Annual Exhibition Opened on 25 November 2016

Thank you all for making Inverlochy's Annual Exhibition a great success. The opening on Friday evening was well attended and the many artworks on show attracted a lot of interest. The weekend brought in more visitors and we were blessed with good weather  allowing the garden and Inverlochy House to shine.

Inverlochy will now be back to it's normal programme now. Please have a look for our Summer School programme and Term One programme for 2017. 



In 1995 a group of important artists and bookmakers associated with Wellington’s Inverlochy Art School created a limited boxed edition of original prints. This exclusive project was created as a special gift to institutions and sponsors in appreciation of their support to Inverlochy Art School.

Twenty years later in 2015 we invited them back to Inverlochy, to show their new and retrospective work alongside the original boxed edition, in an exhibition entitled 'Twenty Summers'. Incredibly after twenty years ALL of the artists were located, and enthusiastically agreed to participate. Some are sending work from as far away as Australia and the UK, and Cameron Drawbridge has very kindly agreed to provide prints by his father, the late John Drawbridge MBE. John was such an important part of the Print Studio, and a great teacher and mentor to many New Zealand printmakers. The focus of the exhibition... Read more

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Inverlochy Art School
3 Inverlochy Place
Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Phone 04 939 2177

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