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Auckland Art Gallery to be obliterated this summer

A rainbow of brightly coloured dots will obliterate a pure white room when avant-garde Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s The obliteration room opens on Saturday 9 December at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Moa bones to be displayed at National Aquarium of New Zealand

A new exhibit has opened at the National Aquarium of New Zealand- and it has been over five centuries in the making.

New doco shines light on how smartphones are ruling our lives

A documentary about us and our phones. Directed by Eva Orner. Conceived by Taboo.

Produced by Positive Ape. Supported by the Transport Accident Commission.

Glenfalloch Garden to glow with golden light

Sculptures are popping up through Glenfalloch as the garden gets ready to host a Golden Night Garden next week. A golden glow will envelop the property as Otago Peninsula Trust celebrates 50 years with Glenfalloch Golden Night Garden Sculpture Trail.

'The Bitter Trend' audio and visual experience at FLUX Space

The Bitter Trend will be an captivating audio-visual performance from Massey University’s College of Creative Art students held at FLUX space in the Wellington Museum on Sunday

15th of October 2017. This will be a gold coin donation event.

World Champion Black Ferns to be celebrated at public events

Black Ferns’ fans, friends and families will celebrate the team and their 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup success with a special event in Auckland next week - with more events in the works for other regions.

Bargain Book Bonanza next weekend

Are there gaps in your bookshelves or DVD racks?

Come and take advantage of the Invercargill Public Library’s annual Book Sale. Bring along your loose change and grab a bargain!

NZ School of Music presents vocalist Jolanta Kossakowska

Polish vocalist and string player Jolanta Kossakowska joins Wellington musicians for a night of ancient, traditional Slavic songs and ethno-jazz.

Novel inspired by Gallaudet University murders

A new thriller novel to be launched on Amazon next month was inspired by the true-life murders of students at Gallaudet University, one of the world’s premiere learning institutions for the deaf and hard of hearing, in Washington, D.C.

Royal New Zealand Ballet announces 2018 season

Choreographic mastery, cinematic vision and New Zealand’s pioneering spirit define the national ballet company’s 65th anniversary year announced today.

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