Mon 26 Aug
Tue 27 Aug
Wed 28 Aug
Thu 29 Aug
Sat 31 Aug
Sun 1 Sep
An exhibition celebrating the life of Wairarapa artist Jan Eagle (1936-2018).
Over 60 of her iconic paintings - bright and quirky and full of meaning.
Jan’s much-loved car 'Edna May' is installed outdoors in the ...
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 ...
The Pointon Collection showcases gowns from local families. With a gown from 1923, the bride's photo & information plus a group of wedding guests in original clothing of the era, then similar displays for 1935, 1946 and ...
Self guided tours include: a map, an 8-minute AV which takes you on a tour of the henge and explains everything.
Take yourself around the henge but return to the Vistiors' Centre as many times as you wish to ask ...
The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand. The event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities and is one of the longest running ...
Ian Chapman - A Song for the Uncoordinated
3 August - 22 September
Each painting by Ian Chapman has its own narrative; a story caught mid-sentence. The mix of unlikely things in an unlikely landscape ...
Kerrie Hughes - Saga, 40 Mile Bush
Kerrie Hughes’ paintings draw from her background in fashion design and reflect a visual saga of her ancestors, who came to NZ from “Old World Zealand” in Denmark to settle the ...
Aratoi celebrates its 50th birthday in 2019.
with this exhibition of Taonga Māori, huia, moa bones, botanical sketches, James Bragge’s photographs of early settlement, a ship's biscuit from 1869, significant art ...