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12th Annual Kaiapoi Art Expo last weekend was the most successful ever
with over 4000 visitors to this popular North Canterbury event. The wide range of art pieces available guaranteed
there was something to stir even the most discerning art enthusiast. Many pieces
were available for purchase at an attainable price point. Over $40,000 worth over sales were made – the
highest number of individual artworks sold in the history of the Expo.
Chair of the Kaiapoi Art Expo says, “The Trustees were really rapt about the
success of this year’s Expo and it really is down to the quality of the artists
and their on-going support that the Kaiapoi Arts Expo continues to grow from
strength to strength.”
workshops running on the week leading up to the Expo were very well received.
People flocked to watch demonstrations and learn more about various art mediums
from spinning to sculpture.
vibe continued with visitors flowing into wider Kaiapoi with reports from local
retailers, including Blackwells and Coffee Culture, saying it was one of their
busiest days of the year. The Kaiapoi
Arts Expo has found its footing and has established itself as the go to event,
with people travelling from all over Canterbury.
“This is a
fabulous event that we hope continues to grow. We’re grateful for the on-going
support of our sponsors and most of all the Kaiapoi community and beyond.” says
over yet. There’s more going on later
this month in the Waimakariri with the Rangiora Winter Festival. Now into its second year the event runs from Thursday
27 July until Sunday 30 July.