About

Depot Artspace is an open and inclusive creative community in Devonport, Auckland that encourages engagement in all art forms. Depot Artspace offers a variety of facilities, services and events that support the creative community including galleries, a professional development programme, publications, a recording studio and a design studio.

This Saturday between 2-3pm, The Depot Artspace will showcase Behind These Walls, a brief history which reveals some of the vast collection of works that adorned this city’s walls, and some that still do – although often hidden!
The exhibition will contain historical and contemporary images, biographic histories of a number of important artists and works, as well as a timeline and guide to Auckland’s Modernist Murals. Entry is Free.

Products and specialities

Multidisciplinary Creative Community | Galleries | Recording Studio | Online Magazine | Workshops & Seminars

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A friendly and inclusive environment with a focus on community - plus spectacular artwork and other facilities including a recording studio!

Every week, there is a new and fascinating art exhibition on display in this awesome little gallery in Devonport.

If I happen to be in Devonport I try to make time to stop by The Depot. The space is beautiful, they put on regular exhibitions and the people who work there are friendly. There's also a recording studio there  and the odd gig. 

You might be mistaken for thinking this is just another set of galleries but you would be wrong. This place also sports a great online community radio station called jam radio, a recording studio (has housed bands like the checks and white birds and lemons), practice spaces, a magazine and a bunch of really fantastic supporters of the arts in Auckland. Alongside the gallery activities, they offer a course which I was a part of called PACE which basically gives artists of all genres access to training and development while they are on a benefit seeking employment in the arts. I wouldn’t have completed my album without the help of the staff there. The business and arts skills I learned were invaluable. They are currently working on a research project looking at presenting icons of the arts in New Zealand history. And of course the gallery is always displaying something to delight in and there is a real community atmosphere to what goes on there. If you support the arts it’s worth making the short ferry ride over to check it all out for yourself.

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