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The Featherston WoRN Cloth Collective is a drop-in workshop and community project, making fun items from recycled clothes/fabric, and learning new sewing skills.
Call or text Sara on 0274 474 959 or just turn up!
He Manawa Whenua: He Puna Wai
13 contemporary artists explore the rivers and lakes of Aotearoa.
A multi-media exhibition - with internationally regarded artists, Water\Way explores the cultural, conceptual and ...
Warm up your winter by reliving this bygone era, when women wore smart skirts, dresses, costumes, coats, and knitwear made of wool. Then there's furs, hats, gloves & scarves to add. Houses weren't so warm and cars ...
Molly Morpeth Canaday Award is one of NZ's most vibrant contemporary art awards. It is dedicated to excellence across contemporary and traditional painting genres.
The exhibition of the 12 award-winning works at ...
Do you enjoy writing or reading poetry? Then come along and join a fun group of like-minded people to discuss poems, create and enjoy.
There are themes (discussion guidelines) per meeting as listed below. Tea & ...
Explore fairylight walkways drawing inspiration from the nine stars of Matariki to celebrate the harvest, give thanks for our kai, remember loved ones and make a special wish.
Children will love the lit up island and ...
Paul Gadsby's eco-political bird paintings capture current environmental issues and the impact on native species and their habitat.
The Takeaways series was influenced by the NZ artist Don Binney.
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress.
If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will ...