Support the Sarjeant
Benefactors have played a major role in the creation and growth of the Sarjeant Gallery. The original Sarjeant Gallery at Pukenamu, Queen’s Park was built as a result of a significant bequest by landowner and farmer Henry Sarjeant, who died in Whanganui in 1912. The Sarjeant opened in 1919 and its collection, now one of the most significant in New Zealand, has been built with the support of individuals, trusts and companies who have gifted, endowed and donated monies for acquisitions.
Become a Friend of the Sarjeant Gallery and benefit
We invite you to become a subscribing Friend of the Sarjeant Gallery. Meet others who share your passion for arts and culture and assist the Sarjeant by supporting its exciting programme of exhibitions and events, providing volunteer assistance and acting as advocates for the Gallery.
We have five levels of Membership – Individual, Family, Concession, Patron and e-Member.