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Monday 3 February 10:00am

First There Was Phoenician. An Exhibition By Rhondda Greig.

Bridging the space and time between the script of ancient Phoenicia and contemporary living, Carterton-based artist Rhondda Greig explores the notion of home ...

Monday 3 February 10:00am

The exhibition “Our Town” is a chance to walk through Masterton over six decades.

60 photographs by Pete Nikolaison and his late father George (Ted) Nikolaison, taken on film over the past 60 years.

The ...

Monday 3 February 10:00am

A selected exhibition open to all artists living in Wairarapa.

Selector - Karl Chitham, Director, The Dowse Art Museum.

Awards:
- Rosewood Premier Award: $2,000
- The Whole Nine Yards Highly Commended Award: ...

Tuesday 4 February 10:00am

First Significant Survey Exhibition of work by Richard Reddaway
- sculpture from the mid-1980s
- photomontages from the 1990s
- recent sculptural objects
- new collaborative work
- also fantastical work created ...

Tuesday 4 February 10:00am

A great slice of New Zealand’s Farming History - Well worth a visit!

The Museum is housed in two century-old historic woolsheds, relocated and situated in the cultural heart of Masterton.

At The Wool Shed you ...

Tuesday 4 February 10:00am

First There Was Phoenician. An Exhibition By Rhondda Greig.

Bridging the space and time between the script of ancient Phoenicia and contemporary living, Carterton-based artist Rhondda Greig explores the notion of home ...

Tuesday 4 February 10:00am

The exhibition “Our Town” is a chance to walk through Masterton over six decades.

60 photographs by Pete Nikolaison and his late father George (Ted) Nikolaison, taken on film over the past 60 years.

The ...

Tuesday 4 February 10:00am

A selected exhibition open to all artists living in Wairarapa.

Selector - Karl Chitham, Director, The Dowse Art Museum.

Awards:
- Rosewood Premier Award: $2,000
- The Whole Nine Yards Highly Commended Award: ...

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