<p><em>Julian and Josie Robertson Promised Gift</em><strong>,&nbsp;</strong>(installation view),&nbsp;Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2011</p>


Julian and Josie Robertson Promised Gift(installation view), Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2011


By leaving us a gift in your will, you can help to ensure there will be art for all, today, tomorrow — always. 

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki exists thanks to the generous gifts of Sir George Grey, Governor of New Zealand and James Tannock Mackelvie, who donated works of art as well as funds to build the Gallery.

Today, legacies and bequests continue to make their mark – helping us to acquire new works for the collection; enabling the conservation team to preserve precious works; and for making art accessible to everyone in the community through programmes and education. All of this work contributes to New Zealand’s cultural story.

We invite you to become part of that story. You will find some helpful information how to leave a gift/make a bequest in the Art for Always brochure below.

If you are considering leaving a gift to the Gallery, we welcome an opportunity to discuss this with you and answer any questions. Please email us here.

You can read about the collections and bequests that have built and continue to enrich the Gallery’s collections here.

Art for Always
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