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Sunday 16 August 10:00am

Aratoi holds a large collection of taonga Māori, entrusted to our care by Māori and Pākehā families. Many of the woven taonga – korowai, kete and piupiu - had been owned by local families since the 1800s.

The ...

Sunday 16 August 10:00am

Contemporary printmaking exhibition by artists in New Zealand and The Netherlands.

In 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman reached a new land in the Pacific Ocean and his cartographers named it New Zealand, after the ...

Sunday 16 August 10:00am

Two 'tourists of photography' of different generations in a game of visual snap. Gavin Hipkins's new epic eighty-photo frieze The Homely II scrambles of images of New Zealand and Great Britain. This 'Victorian melodrama' ...

Sunday 16 August 10:00am

"The Crescent Moon: the Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand" gives a face and a voice to New Zealand’s Muslims of Asian descent, who form the majority of Muslims both in this country and in the world as a whole.

In ...

Sunday 16 August 10:00am

Every August, the colour yellow symbolises raising awareness and funds for the one in three New Zealanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.

Aratoi’s pop-up exhibition of yellow works from ...

Sunday 16 August 10:00am

A new display of original vintage clothing at The Pointon Collection of Cars & Costume features winter fashions covering three decades. From WW11 wool frocks, carefully made by the home dressmaker using precious fabrics ...

Sunday 16 August 10:00am

Wairarapa is on the verge of becoming a Dark Sky Reserve, a region dedicated to preserving the pristine night sky. Darkness is vital for human wellbeing, creatures’ life cycles, navigation and our own cultural and ...

Sunday 16 August 11:00am

We love hosting friends from out of town, especially when they bring a bottle or two!

Our friends from Mt Difficulty will be visiting the Te Kairanga Cellar Door over the next couple of Sundays and they’re bringing ...

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