Thermal Taniwha by Buck Nin '94

Latest News from WSA

Most of our art classes started for term 4 on October 12, 2020. If you haven’t already enrolled please go online and have a look at the wide range of classes we offer, for all ages and artistic abilities. 

Our Next Level Gallery has the annual Cash & Carry exhibition coming up on December 10th, this is a great way to pick up some pieces for gifts and Christmas. Go to the NLG page to download an entry form.

The 2020 National Youth Art Awards exhibition, along with Waiprint, has now closed. Thank you to all the Waikato printmakers who participated. Our awards evening was held on September 24th, what a great night. Please check our Awards page for the latest details.

The NZ Painting and Printmaking Awards prize winners, details are available from the NZPPA page.

Please keep checking our website and Facebook/Instagram for further information

Our Vision - Fostering creativity and growth of visual arts

Our Mission

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.

Become a WSA Member today and enjoy a range of benefits.

Includes $20 off all art classes