In response to the national COVID-19 alert level, Hastings City Art Gallery is CLOSED to the public until further notice. During this time, be kind, wash your hands and self-isolate.

For further information on Hastings District Council’s response to COVID-19 please visit: www.hastingsdc.govt.nz/covid-19 or call 06 871 5000.

For general information on COVID-19 please visit the Ministry of Health website www.covid19.govt.nz

201 Eastbourne Street East, Hastings.
The Gallery is located beside the Library in Civic Square.

Our city. Our gallery. Contemporary art. Stories to inspire.

Hastings City Art Gallery provides arts experiences to the regional community; responds to the ever-developing local, national and global arts scenes; collaborates with other artistic institutions; provides opportunities through outreach and online programmes; and seeks a firmer partnership with mana whenua. Vital to the life of the gallery is its bi-cultural touchstone, Ararau. The Maori dimension of the strategy acts as the Gallery’s guiding force:

Manakitanga Ahuatanga Kotahitanga Tikanga

To Explore, Identify and Develop Unique Arts Propositions.

Mana Kaitiakitanga

To Promote and Grow Arts Opportunity to Support the Region’s Arts Sector and the Gallery’s Stakeholders.

Ahuatanga Mana

To Define the Character of the Gallery, Securing a Unique Position and Establishing Visibility in a National Context.

Mana Tupuna, Mana Atua, Mana Whenua

To Produce Enduring Benefits – Economic, Social and Cultural.

Download a copy of our HCAG Strategic Plan Summary 2016-2019