RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION

ANDREALAND – Retrospective + New Works 2018-2019 | Whangarei Art Museum

MUSEUM AND INSTITUTION ACQUISITIONS

“Karanga Mai – Hoki Mai” – 2010 |  Waikato Museum, New Zealand
“Rangi, Papa and the Kids” – 2004 | Auckland University, NZ

TOURING EXHIBITIONS

“Waitangi Wahine” – Touring Exhibition to 6 Regional galleries with artists Robyn Kahukiwa, Suzanne Tamaki, Andrea Eve Hopkins, Linda Munn and Tracey Tawhiao | Apr 2014 – Mar 2016

PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS

Matariki | mixed media with Dorothy Waetford, NorthTec Wharekai – Whangarei (1998).  

Swimming with Sharks | painting, SHED 10 on Queens Wharf – Auckland (2012-2013).  

Matatina Marae, Waka Tiwai | with head carver Will Ngakuru (2015)

Heke/Ceiling panels | NorthTec Wharenui – with Nigel Borrel, overseen by Kura Te Waru Rewiri (2015).

GRANTS

Creative New Zealand – 2018 | To create new large scale works exhibited in a retrospective arts survey at Whangarei Art Museum and other arts venues 2018/2019.

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

“CHOICE!” – July 2015 | Art Body Gallery, Mt Maunganui

“Mai Wahine”, Dec – Jan 2011 | Tuatara Gallery, Whangarei

“All that Glitters…”, July 2010 | Wheturangimarie Gallery,  Pakiri

“Text and Kowhaiwhai”, February 2010 | Tuatara Gallery,  Whangarei

“Manaaki”, October – November 2007 | Wheturangimarie Gallery,  Pakiri

“Life’s a Game”, March 2006 | Studio of Contemporary Art,  Auckland

“WheiAo – Transition”, November 2006 | Tuatara Gallery,  Whangarei

“Everyday Identity”, May 2005 | Studio of Contemporary Art,  Auckland

“Recent paintings by…”, April 2005 | Helena Bay Gallery, Whangarei.

“Modern Maori – Part I”, November 2004 | Tuatara Gallery,  Whangarei

“Aotearoa Dreaming”, May 2004 | Studio of Contemporary Art,  Auckland

“People of the Land”, September 2003 | Studio of Contemporary Art,  Auckland

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

“Te Kohao o te Ngira”, Jan – Feb 2018 | Waiheke Island Community Gallery

“Toi Ngapuhi” – Ngapuhi Festival exhibition (artist/co-curator), Jan 2018 | Toll Stadium, Whangarei

“Te Atinga – Toi Hubb” – The Cloud, Viaduct Auckland – World Masters Games 2017

“Ko taku whare, to whare hoki – Your house is my house” – Vivian Gallery 2016, Matakana

“Ko te wai, Ko au” – Tupara Gallery Jan 2016, Gisborne

“Wahine Toa” – Toi Ngapuhi exhibition 2016 (artist/co-curator), Ngapuhi Festival | Kaikohe

“Te Pu o te Wheke” – Toi Ngapuhi exhibition 2014, Ngapuhi Festival | Kaikohe

“He Iti, He Pounamu” – (artist/curator) Quarry Arts Centre 2012, Whangarei

LEGEND! Myth and Allegory in Aotearoa, Aug – Oct 2012 | Whangarei Art Museum

“Nga Pouwhenua”, November 2010 | Waikato Museum, Hamilton

“Matariki”, June 2010 | Tawera Gallery, Gisborne.

“Ngapuhi Festival”, January 2010 | Kaikohe, New Zealand

“Our Land”, March 24 – May 30 | Taupo Museum, Taupo

“Matariki – Northland Painters”, June 2010 | Arts Promotion Trust, 7 Rust Ave.  Whangarei

“Mihi, Vision Talking”,  March 2006 | Tinakori Gallery, 132 Featherston Street.  Wellington

“Pacific Edge”,  February 2006 | Art Bungalow,  Kerikeri

“Rahera”, April 2006 | New Zealand High Commission, London

“R30”, August 2006 | SOCA gallery,  Auckland

“Annual Christmas Invitational”, December 2006 | Studio of Contemporary Art,  Auckland

“Out of the Provincial Blue”, Feb 2005 | Randolph Street Gallery.  Auckland

‘‘Toi – a – Nuku – Maori Clay Artists & Painters”, Jun 2005 | Geoff Wilson Gallery, Whangarei

‘Te Wairua o Aotearoa – Spirit of Aotearoa’, May 2005 | Art Bungalow,  Kerikeri

‘Kings’ College Art Exhibition’, July 2004 | JK Fletcher Arts Centre,  Auckland

‘Matariki’, July 2004 | Mataora Art Gallery,  Auckland

‘He Rere Kee – Taking Flight’, Feb 2004 | Tinakori Gallery,  Wellington

‘He Koha – A Gift’, Nov 2004 | AM Gallery,  New Plymouth

‘Out of the Blue’, November 2004 | Whangarei Art Museum, Whangarei

‘Te Toi Tu’, September 2004 | AM Gallery, New Plymouth

‘Beyond Tradition’, January 2003 | Rotorua Arts Festival, Rotorua

‘Te Ope o te Rua Matariki’, June 2003 | Hei Tiki Gallery,  Rotorua

‘Screen Invitational’, August 2003 | Studio of Contemporary Art, Auckland

Malaysian High Commission Group Show, Kuala Lumpur – 2001

SELECTED DUO SHOWS

“A Sense of Place” with Kathy Barber | April 2007 | SOCA gallery,  Auckland

“Nau mai!” with Bethany Edmunds | Dec – Jan 2007 | Tuatara Gallery,  Whangarei

INVITATIONAL GATHERINGS

“CollaboratioNZ” – International Artists Invitational, Whangarei 2017

“Waituhi Collective” – Māori Painters Gathering, Gisborne District, 2015

“CollaboratioNZ” – International Artists Invitational, Whangarei 2015

“Kokiri Putahi” – 7th International Indigenous Visual Artists – Kaikohe | January 2014

Taitokerau Maori Artists’ Collaboration Gathering 2010 | Te Ohaki Marae, Ahipara

“Te Tihi” – 5th Pacific Rim Indigenous Artists Gathering 2010 | Rotorua, New Zealand

“Tuhinga’ – Inaugural Gathering, February 2007 | Toimairangi,  Hastings

“Ngaru Rua”, Contemporary Artists Gathering, Jan 2006 | Matatina Marae, Waipoua Forest

‘Te Mata International’, Artists Invitational, Jan 2005 | Toimairangi Arts Facility, Hastings

BOOK INCLUSIONS

“Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History” 2014 | by Atholl Anderson, Judith Binney, Aroha Harris

“Te Kahui o Matariki’ 2008 | edited by Libby Hakaraia and Colleen Waata Urlich

“New Zealand – A Painted Country” 2007 | by Denis Robinson

“New Zealand’s Favourite Artists” 2008 | by Denis Robinson

FAIRS

“Māori Market” – TSB Events Centre, Wellington 2014

“Maori Market”, October 2009 | Te Rauparaha Arena, Wellington

“Auckland Art Fair”, May 2007 | SOCA gallery, Britomart.  Auckland

“Maori Market”, April 2007 | Toi Maori Aotearoa, Wellington

SELECTED AUCTIONS

“The Great Plate” Fundraiser 2010 | Quarry Arts Centre, Whangarei

“Kororareka Marae” Fundraiser 2007 | Russell, Bay of Islands

“International Arts Centre”, Auction house 2006 | Auckland, New Zealand

“King’s College Sale of Fine Arts, November 2005 | Kings’ College, Auckland

TEACHING AND ART EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS

Marketing – Creative Northland | 2018 (Current employment)

Curator, Quest Art Space and Orchard Hub – Creative Northland | 2017

Developer/Tutor, Contemporary Maori Visual Arts and Design Programme, 2006 – 2007 | Te Puna o Te Matauranga, NorthTec Whangarei

SELECTED BROADCAST INTERVIEWS

Radio Ngati Hine 2018 (Film and Radio, about Toi Ngapuhi exhibition and local arts scene)

Te Hiku Media | 2014 – 2018 (about Northland art/artists/exhibitions)

Tautoko FM | 2014 – 2018 (interviews about Northland Arts scene)

“Seven Sisters” – Matariki |  Channel North interviews with Maori women artists, regional/national

“National Radio, 2006 | Auckland studios, National broadcast

“Te Kete Aronui”, 2004, Filmed at Kirikiri Pawhaoa for Maori Television

SELECTED PUBLICATION FEATURE

“Celebrating the Arts’, Creative New Zealand publication, July 2005

“Mana Magazine” – Interview and write up, 2005

ACCREDITATION

‘Toi Iho’, Mark of Authenticity and Quality | 2004, Te Waka Toi

“Graduate Diploma of Teaching and Learning”, Level 7 2003 | Christchurch College of Education

“Advanced Diploma in Visual Arts and Design 2001 | Toihoukura, Gisborne

“Diploma in Visual Arts and Design, 2000 | Toihoukura, Tairawhiti Polytechnic

RESIDENCIES

“Quarry Summer Do”, Jan 2007 | The Quarry Arts and Crafts Trust, Whangarei

“Toimairangi School of Maori Visual Arts and Design”, 2002 | Toimairangi, Hastings

SELECTED SHOW REVIEWS

  • See website (www.andreaevehopkins.com/reviews) for selected solo show reviews.

SELECTED PERFORMANCE ARTS

3 x Winner of the “Kaitātaki Wahine”, Female Leadership trophy – Northland Regional Kapahaka Competitions, Senior division – Kaea, with the group Te Timatanga  | 1998-2000