Enjoy Contemporary Art Space is a leading self-determined art space in the centre of Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand, established in June 2000. Run by artists for artists, Enjoy generates and facilitates artistic experimentation, supporting the creation of new work and challenging artists to take risks, while promoting critical discourse around contemporary practice in Aotearoa.
Governed by a board of trustees, in a Tia Tuarua Co-Chair model, Enjoy strives to honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi through our strategic leadership and work with artists. We acknowledge Te Āti Awa/Taranaki ki Te Upoko o Te Ika and the neighbouring Ngāti Toa iwi as the mana whenua of this region and rightful custodians of the land upon which we stand.
Enjoy delivers our programme with investment of our primary funders Creative New Zealand Arts Council Toi Aotearoa, and additional support from Wellington City Council, community funding and fundraising initiatives.
+64 4 384 0174
PO Box 24117
Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington
Image: Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, October 2019. Courtesy of Cheska Brown.
Enjoy Contemporary Art Space is closed for the holiday period from Wednesday 21 December.
We will be open again from Saturday 14 January 2023.
Wednesday–Friday 11 am–6 pm
Saturday 11 am–4 pm
Tuwhera ai tō mātou whare toi i ngā Rāapa ki ngā Rāhoroi.
211 Left Bank, off Cuba St
Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington 6011
We're located just off Cuba Mall. Head down the lane between Wellington Apothecary and Chili.
Parking is available near 177 Victoria St or in Wilsons Left Bank carpark (access on Ghuznee St).
The closest bus stops are: Manners St at Cuba St A & B (5515, 5513) and Victoria St at Dixon St (6708).
Head to the Metlink website to plan your visit.
For planning support, please feel free to call our office during opening hours, or email our team.
Enjoy's galleries and reading room are free and open to all. Haere mai ki te toro i tō mātou whare toi!
Enjoy events are free to attend. Occassionally, numbers will be limited and RSVPs will be required.
The gallery has ground-level access, and a wheelchair accessible, gender-neutral bathroom. The closest car park with mobility parking is 30 metres away in Victoria Street.
The closest bus stop is at Manner's and Cuba Street or Victoria Street for buses 7, 17, 25, and 39.