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Contained Luminescence

June 14 - July 28
Hamilton Central Business Association, 341 Victoria Street
Hamilton, Waikato New Zealand
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Created by Regan Balzer Arts, Pauly B Artist, Horomona Horo, Lauren Kb and Jeremy Mayall - Composer Immersive experiences blur the traditional line of “look but do not touch” models of art. Immersive experiences create a space where sound, light and visual come together to create a sensory experience. Audiences become part of the experience … Continue reading Contained Luminescence

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He Muri Aroha

June 19 - July 27
The Meteor Theatre, 1 Victoria Street
Hamilton, Waikato 3204 New Zealand
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He Muri Aroha – An exhibition by Atawhai Edwards in celebration of Matariki ki Waikato The exhibition acknowledges the start of the new dawn and a time to gather with whaanau and friends and celebrate what has been and what is to come. Matariki, although a time of celebration brings forth the reflective sensory experiences … Continue reading He Muri Aroha

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Tiikapo Art Exhibition Series: Red Shed Gallery Waitomo

June 28 - July 20
Red Shed Gallery Waitomo, 718 Waitomo Caves Road
Waitomo, Waikato 3977 New Zealand
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  A collaboration of Māori Artworks inspired by Matariki, Manawawhenua and Kotahitanga. Opening night 28th June @ 6pm. Thereafter Mon-Sat 10am-5pm.         Exhibitors include: Daniel Ormsby Nathan Roa Lisa Ormsby Kiana Ormsby Kiharoa Blake Hiria Anderson Grant Iti Jane King Bex Stubbs Piki Knapp Ben Stubbs Jude Te Punga

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Te Manawa o te Whaariki

July 6 @ 10:00 am - September 1 @ 5:00 pm
Waikato Museum – Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, 1 Grantham Street
Hamilton, Waikato 3204 New Zealand
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Te Manawa o te Whaariki is the biennial membership exhibition of Te Roopu Raranga Whatu o Aotearoa (the National Weavers Collective), hosted in partnership with the Waikato weavers' roopu, Ngaa Hua o te Rito. Established in 1983 Te Roopu Raranga Whatu o Aotearoa sought to revive the traditional arts of weaving. Today, the selected taonga (treasures) … Continue reading Te Manawa o te Whaariki

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