Vincents Art Workshop, situated in Wellington’s Willis Street Village, hums with artists, activity, ideas and regular exhibitions. Keep Reading
Welcome to Vincents
Vincents Art Workshop is a fantastic award-winning art studio in downtown Wellington. Vincents celebrates diversity and welcomes all people – whether you have done a lot of art, or none at all. And it’s free!
- A warm welcome.
- Art materials, equipment, expertise and inspiration.
- A place to learn new skills and explore your creative side.
- A safe environment to work in.
- Friendly, helpful tutors who are skilled artists.
- Opportunities for artists to exhibit their work.
- A chance to work on community art projects.
- A day just for women (Thursdays).
We are located at Willis St Village, 5 / 148 Willis St.
Vincents Art Workshop relies on donations of art materials and equipment so our artists can continue to explore a wide range of art mediums. Donations of the following are always appreciated:
Artists’ acrylic paints
Artists’ oil paints
Printing and Screen Printing inks
Good quality paper e.g. watercolour paper
Sewing Machines in good working order
Wood (especially sheets of plywood)
We can turn almost anything into works of art!
Please contact us on 4991030 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help.
Vincents will be once again celebrating the Chinese New Year at Newtown Festival. We have created painted plywood pigs which will be installed at the playground beside Newtown Library. The pigs will be for sale for $25 each. Once they are installed you can order them by calling 4991030 or contacting Glen on 027 407 5706. All the pigs will be number Keep Reading
Vincents Gallery presents an exhibition of works by long time Vincents artist Rhonda Swenson. The exhibition will include both recent and retrospective works in a variety of mediums including paint, print, mixed media and ceramics. Keep Reading
In the heart of New Zealand’s creative capital lies Vincents Art Workshop – the not so hidden gem on Willis Street, at the end of a busy cul de sac. If you’re after a place to make art in a creative and supportive environment, then look no further. I visited Vincents for the first time on their women’s only day one Thursday. My time... Keep Reading