2009

Planned Exhibitions -

  • 2009 – River Talk, Coca Gallery, Christchurch
  • 2009 – Art Auction, Fundraising for Covered Swimming Pool, Dudley Park, Rangiora
  • 2010 – Solo Exhibition – Pataka Museum of Arts & Cultures, Porirua, Wellington
  • 2010 – Solo Exhibition – Chamber Gallery, Rangiora

2008

  • Save the Mackenzie Country  |  Artists for save our water  |  Ng Gallery, Christchurch
  • ‘Albert McCarthy – Recent work  supported by Mick Collins’  |   Te Manawa, Palmerston North

2006/07

  • Touring exhibition – Begins/Te Manawa, Palmerston North
  • Exhibition venues Singapore  |  Your Mother Gallery |  Substation Art Centre

2005

  • ‘Rock me baby, this still ain’t no chocolate box affair’  |  Chamber Gallery, Rangiora, North Canterbury, NZ

2003/04

  • Overseas travel  |  view gallery venues  |  Singapore
  • Advisor to Dion Hitchens & team – ‘Wandering Stone’ project/journey
    of large greenstone piece (central to ‘healing’ installation) to tour venues
    in USA, final destination ‘Ground 0′, New York.
  • Major relocation after 15 years – to South Island, NZ.  Extensive development
    of lifestyle property, involving refurbishement and landscaping.
  • Subdivision, landscaping, refurbishment of interior/exterior of existing home
    and building of two storey home, Palmerston North.

2002

  • ‘Beneath the Surface’  |  Lake Taupo International Arts Festival Exhibition, Taupo, NZ

2001

  • Mana Tangata’   |  Te Wa Gallery, Wanganui, NZ
    Albert McCarthy, Ralph Hotere,  Peter Robinson, Shane Cotton,John Walsh, Matt Pine.
  • Assessor Fine Arts Degree |  Postgraduate – Masters |  Elam School of  Fine Arts, Auckland University, NZ
  • Hokitika Wild Foods Festival Stone Carving Symposium, NZ
  • Hana Misu Ki  |  Commissioned work   |  Japanese Restaurant, Palmerston North

2000

  • Curator/Coordinator International Pacific Rim Millenium Sculptural  Event Sculptors
    commissioned from – Japan, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Cook Islands, Solomons, Nuie Island,
    NZ Maori, NZ English/Irish/Scottish descent. Palmerston North, NZ  – supported by
    Palmerston North City Council/Creative NZ, Palmerston North Community Arts Council
  • Sarjeant Gallery Collections Exhibition  |  Wanganui, NZ