Dog Park Art Project Space

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Regular and clomid and clotting disorder refreshing contemporary art projects and publications in a post-apocalyptic township. Open Thursday-Sunday 12pm-6pm Dog Park is a non-profit art project space in Christchurch, NZ, that seeks to present challenging and innovative works by both local and international artists. The Dog Park programme brings a range of new and experimental practices to its audience in Christchurch, fostering critical debates about contemporary practice. Initiated in response to the challenges posed by venue shortages following the Christchurch earthquakes, Dog Park provides a space for visual artists, curators, musicians and theatre groups to experiment, play and develop new works through a vibrant programme of exhibitions, performances and generic viagra online order publications. The project space seeks to create a vibrant and stimulating environment that fosters a critical engagement with contemporary art practices. Dog Park has received initial funding from Creative New Zealand (Arts Council) Emergency Response Grant, the support of building supplies from PlaceMakers Riccarton. We would also like to acknowledge the good people at Sacred Hill Wines for sponsoring the gallery with wine for opening events, and the numerous good souls who have helped us get started.