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Tuesday 13 April 10:00am

Masterton-based artist Jason Burns often begins his paintings with a form of automatism that provides a base and structure to his work. From there he adds colour, text and detail.

His recent paintings draw upon ...

Tuesday 13 April 10:00am

Rob McLeod’s site-specific, immersive installation transforms Aratoi’s Wesley Wing into a surreal painted reality, where cartoon- and science fiction-inspired characters compete for the viewers’ attention.

The ...

Tuesday 13 April 10:00am

A new display for Art Deco period this year, showing original clothing kept by one woman who lived in London. Covering her mother's clothes from the early 1900's through to her own from the 1920's to 1960.

The ...

Tuesday 13 April 10:00am

In over 50 years of its existence, Aratoi has cared for Wairarapa’s most significant collection of art, social history and Taonga Māori. This exhibition celebrates new acquisitions to the permanent collection from the ...

Tuesday 13 April 10:00am

Imperfect Offerings is a celebration of diversity and that differences are in fact strengths, not weaknesses. Being the only child of parents who were survivors of the Holocaust has had a significant influence on ...

Tuesday 13 April 10:00am

PARK-UP is a series of documentary-style photographs by Catherine Russ, captured over twenty years on from Russ' original project in the same location.

On an elevated site above the Manawatū River is the look-out ...

Tuesday 13 April 06:00pm

By the end of this course, you will have the confidence to speak Te Reo Maori i.e your Mihi, have correct pronunciation i.e local place names and longer term, be able to have a conversation in Te Reo. Beginners are ...

Tuesday 13 April 07:00pm

Each year, SGCNZ holds 24 Festivals nationwide, in which secondary-age students, from 11 to 19 years old, perform 5- and 15-minute scenes from Shakespeare’s plays, set in any time, place, ethnicity and attire – ...

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