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Resonance at Old St Paul's

Wellington's beloved Old St Paul's heralds a temporary closure with music and song. Old St Paul's will close to the public from May 3 to undertake an essential seismic strengthening project, and we're putting on a free concert to celebrate, and thank, our community. Keep Reading


Sign interpreted Madagascar A Musical Adventure Jr

Join the NZSL interpreted shows of Madagascar - A Musical Adventure Jr on opening night 16 May, 18 May or 19 May. There's Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound on to your stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime. Keep Reading


Accessible Madagascar A Musical Adventure Jr

Forty-one children with and without disabilities will share the limelight in this NZ-first inclusive kids musical, directed by Touch Compass’ General Manager Charlotte Nightingale. Keep Reading


Wellington Region Business Expo 2019

This Expo is a "must attend event" for anyone who owns, operates or works in business in Wellington. This years Expo is set to hold more than 100 exhibitors and speakers from throughout the country. The diversity and selection covers the full spectrum of business expertise and knowledge. Twenty seminars. Free entry.  Business Breakfast with... Keep Reading


rauropi [I II III] - Jason Wright

Rauropi [ I II III ] is an installation by Jason Wright, made up of a series of object integrated sound sculptures. This new work builds upon Wellington-based sound artist Jason Wright’s interest in object-integrated sound sculpture and multichannel audio. Wright works with found wood and organic matter, manipulating Keep Reading


Greywacke Love Poems - Raewyn Martyn

An exhibition of new works by Raewyn Martyn that explore the south coast of Wellington. Greywacke Love Poems  have developed through experimentation with mineral pigments, plant-based polymers and photography, Re-positioning Wellington’s South Coast in the city’s urban centre. Keep Reading


NZSL Family Art

Drop in for this hands-on, art-making session that the whole family can enjoy. This event is designed for both Deaf and non-hard of hearing visitors. Keep Reading


Sense Art: audio described and tactile tour

Join a Govett-Brewster team member for a free touch and audio described tour of our current exhibitions. No knowledge of art is needed. Guide dogs are welcome. Keep Reading


Donna Brookbanks HEROIC

2019 Billy T Award nominee Donna Brookbanks brings her show HEROIC to Wellington for all the superheroes and averageheros alike. Keep Reading


Paint your own Island Bay with Heart for Art NZ

Our Paint Parties are a super fun and creative way to unwind and try something new. Join us in our art studio to paint, socialise, unwind and find your creativity. We’ll provide all the arty materials you’ll need and show you, step by step, how to create the featured painting. No experience needed. Keep Reading


Terracotta Warriors sensory tour for blind and low-vision visitors

Posted on Arts Access Aotearoa. Arts Access Aotearoa


Experience the wonder of the terracotta warriors, who secretly guarded the tomb of the First Emperor of China for over 2,000 years. Explore ancient Chinese art through audio description, handling objects, and discussing selected pieces. Discover what these objects might reveal about the lives and beliefs of those who made them, and how their... Keep Reading

Wed 03 Apr 2019, 02:23 pm


Wild Discoveries these April School Holidays-

Make Some Wild Discoveries these April School Holidays and Get a Free Gift! Be a Certified Staglands Explorer! Join Staglands’ Wild Discoveries and learn more about New Zealand’s native birds. Keep Reading


The Man Whose Mother Was A Pirate

Tim Bray’s adaptation of a well-loved children’s story, by New Zealand's most celebrated children's author Margaret Mahy. Sam be an ordinary man - and his Mum be anything but ordinary, she be a Pirate! Sam has never seen the sea, his Mum reckons he should. Do you? We think it be time for ye to sea! Keep Reading


German Fair- Playgroup Fundraiser

Come along to the annual German Fair and support the annual German playgroup. For preloved children’s toys, books, clothes and delicious food and more! Keep Reading


Festival for the Future

Festival for the Future is a remarkable weekend of inspiring speakers, future-focused panels, workshops and a marketplace for great ideas. People come from every region nationwide, and increasingly the Asia–Pacific region.  Keep Reading


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