Welcome to the OAS Website

The earliest art society to be established in New Zealand, and now operatiing
on the first floor of the handsome, historic Dunedin Railway Station.

Here you will find a Sales Gallery, our Permanent Collection and our four galleries.

We hold regular exhibitions of artist members' work, as well as
corporate-sponsored exhibitions open to artists further afield within New Zealand.

All are open for public viewing.  

We are open 10am till 4pm, every day.



OAS Spring Exhibition 2014

18 October - 9 November


This is one of our long-standing annual exhibitions, and features art works in different media from our artist members. We are fortunate in continuing our close association with the sponsors, Anderson Lloyd. Anderson Lloyd also sponsor one of our galleries.  For further details at this stage go to our Exhibitions Page.

Visiting Exhibitions

Two different organizations are displaying work in two different galleries in November.
A large number of works will be on display, representing a great variety of different mediums. 

Dunedin School of Art

10 - 16 November: 
The second year painting students from the Dunedin School of Art present their final works for assessment and sale.


10 - 16 November:
Works by NOTUS wil be on display in the Hope Gallery.
Information will be postd as soon as it comes to hand.

Youth Art Exhibition 13 -28 September.

See Awards and Images here

Members' Meetings

7.30pm, Thursday 23 October at the art Station

Four British gardens in Glorious Colour:  To coincide with the Anderson Lloyd Spring Exhibition, come along and enjoy a pictorial journey through spring into summer across four English and Welsh gardens.
Photography by artist Cathy Shemansky
and presented by Alex Shemansky


Become a Member
As a member there are a number of benefits - and it's not expensive.
Application forms are available from this page, or from our Sales Gallery.

Artist Membership
Read here on how to apply as an artist member:
Once you've checked this out, download the appropriate form from this page.


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