Latest News from WSA
From April 28th the office staff will be working from home and the WSA, getting ready to hopefully re-open on May 11th and start some of our Term 2 art classes from May 18th. The class numbers will be lower due to keeping our 2m distancing. Please keep an eye on our Art School page for class updates and spare spaces available for term 2, in the classes that will be running. This will be a shortened term of 6 weeks.
We look forward to seeing you all back when the time is right and we can all be safe with our social distancing, proper hygiene measures and contact tracing. Stay safe in your bubbles!
After serious consideration, the 2020 New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award has been postponed. New dates are available from the NZPPA page.
Please keep checking our website and Facebook/Instagram for further information as we can provide it.
Supporting local artists with learning facilities and providing resources and exhibition opportunities. Waikato Society of Arts is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to serving the art of the visual artist and art lovers at every stage of their development. WSA works to enrich the community by supporting growth and development of the visual arts through classes, exhibitions, forums and fellowship. WSA holds several exhibitions each year and we are especially proud of hosting the National Youth Art Award and the New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award, both attracting entries from all over New Zealand.