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Exhibition
Apr 20, 2024
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June 20, 2024
Kapow!

Kapow!

Celebrate the development of the exciting medium of comic books, with a focus on local, national and international illustrators, writers, cartoonists and graphic artists. Open daily until June 20 | MANAAKI NUI | Free, all welcome
Workshops + Classes
Apr 21, 2024
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June 19, 2024
Life Drawing

Life Drawing

Join Queenstown Arts Society for eight individual classes of classical figure drawing, guided by artist Kasia Hebda. Enhance your drawing skills and deepen your understanding of composition, line, mass, and texture through observational drawing with a life model. Sundays 4pm -5:45pm, 21 April - May 25 | Wednesdays 6pm - 7:45pm, 29 May - 19 June | PUĀWAI | $25 + $3 booking fee per class.
Tamariki
Apr 29, 2024
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July 6, 2024
Magical Music with Erica

Magical Music with Erica

Turn Up the Music Charitable Trust introduces Magical Music with Erica for young children aged 2 to 5. 10am, Mondays and Wednesdays | KAPA RUA
Tamariki
Apr 29, 2024
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July 1, 2024
Wriggle and Rhyme - Term 2

Wriggle and Rhyme - Term 2

Wriggle and Rhyme is a music and movement programme for pēpē and tamariki aged 0-2 held weekly in our Kapa Tahi space. Join our facilitator Sunny Sky of EpicKids for this 45-minute class. Now available two sessions: Monday 10-10:45am and 11-11:45am. Registrations essential.
Wellbeing
Apr 30, 2024
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July 3, 2024
Make Space

Make Space

An accessible art workshop for adults who may face barriers to participating and would like to use creativity to advance their mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing. Every Tuesday and Wednesday, 10:30am – 1:30pm | MAHI TAHI | Free, registrations essential
Tamariki
May 1, 2024
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July 12, 2024
Youthtown Afterschool Programme - Term 2

Youthtown Afterschool Programme - Term 2

Come along to our Youthtown Afterschool Programme where we form a fun environment for creative learning for tamariki aged 5-12. Mondays - Drama and Theatre Sports | Wednesdays - Creative Clay | Thursdays - Mixed Media | 3:30pm - 5pm
Tamariki
May 6, 2024
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July 8, 2024
Drama and Theatre Sports - Term 2

Drama and Theatre Sports - Term 2

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon of drama and theatrical fun | Mondays, Term time | Ages 5-7 3:30 - 4:15pm | Ages 8-12 4:15 - 5pm | KAPA TAHI
Rangatahi
May 7, 2024
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July 9, 2024
Arts for Rangatahi - Term 2

Arts for Rangatahi - Term 2

Join us for a series of creative and hands-on workshops where we explore a variety of mediums and art forms. Led by accredited art teacher Michelle, these workshops will offer a variety of ways to have fun in the Arts | Tuesdays 3:30-5pm | Ages 12-18
Drop-in Sessions
Jun 8, 2024
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June 29, 2024
Saturday Arts Social

Saturday Arts Social

Saturday Arts Social is a multi-arts programme and morning tea designed for our 60+ community. We gather every Saturday morning for a broad programme of events including concerts, art workshops, dance/movement classes and artist talks. Saturdays | 10:30 - 12:30 | Free
Matariki
Jun 8, 2024
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July 28, 2024
Matariki 2024

Matariki 2024

Mark your diaries for creativity and community during June and July to celebrate Matariki! Free art, craft, and kōrero events for all. Saturday 8 June - Sunday 28 July
Exhibition
Jun 8, 2024
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July 28, 2024
Te Whare Pora: House of Learning

Te Whare Pora: House of Learning

A rare opportunity to see a collection of unique kākahu (cloaks) made by internationally recognised Māori weaver Roka Hurihia Ngarimu-Cameron MNZM, along with hand-made taonga puoro (musical instruments) from Roka’s collection. Curated by Dr Awhina Tamarapa. Open daily until July 28 | WHAKAARI | Free
Workshops + Classes
Jun 11, 2024
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December 10, 2024
Community Draw

Community Draw

Join us for Community Draw, on the second Tuesday of every month. No experience necessary. Next event: Draw with Dine the Fox | Tuesday 11 June, 6:30 - 8pm | PUĀWAI‍
Talks + Symposia
Jun 15, 2024
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June 15, 2024
 Curator Talk: Contemporary Currents in Māori Art

Curator Talk: Contemporary Currents in Māori Art

Director of the Dowse Art Museum, Karl Chitham, talks to some of the major artistic projects and partnerships that have been shaping conversations about toi Māori in Aotearoa and on the world stage. Saturday 15 June, 3pm | PUĀWAI | $5, registration essential
Dance
Jun 18, 2024
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November 19, 2024
Community Dance

Community Dance

Calling all dance enthusiasts and rhythmic explorers! Join us for a dance class - open to all levels and ages, no RSVP required, just drop in and let's dance! Next event: Remarks Dance Crew | Tuesday 18 June 7pm - 8pm | PUĀWAI | FREE
Dance
Jun 21, 2024
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June 21, 2024
Dance QT's Mid Winter Showcase

Dance QT's Mid Winter Showcase

Dance QT presents their Mid Winter Showcase performance. Showcasing dancers aged 2-18years! Dance styles included are hip hop, jazz, contemporary, lyrical/acro dances.
Exhibition
Jun 27, 2024
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August 2, 2024
Winter Tale: Call for Entries & Exhibition Details

Winter Tale: Call for Entries & Exhibition Details

As the frost blankets the ground and winter’s breath whispers in the air Queenstown Arts Society presents Winter Tale, an enchanting art exhibition celebrating visual stories and diverse narratives of local and regional artists. Opening: Thursday, 27 June, 5.30pm | MANAAKI NUI | Free
Film Screenings
Jul 7, 2024
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July 7, 2024
Muru

Muru

Join us for a free screening of 'Muru' to celebrate Matariki 2024. Saturday 7 July, 12pm | PUĀWAI | Free
Film Screenings
Jul 7, 2024
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July 7, 2024
Poi E

Poi E

Join us for a free screening of 'Poi E' to celebrate Matariki 2024, with a Director's talk to follow. Saturday 7 July, 6pm | PUĀWAI | Free
Workshops + Classes
Jul 8, 2024
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July 8, 2024
Workshop for Rangatahi - Storywriting for the Screen

Workshop for Rangatahi - Storywriting for the Screen

Film director Tearepa Kahi (Poi E, Muru) leads a creative workshop for young people exploring how to generate and capture your ideas for film and video.
Exhibition
Aug 3, 2024
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September 19, 2024
A fire that blackened the rocks

A fire that blackened the rocks

A fire that blackened the rocks considers how forms of knowledge reside between the land, the sea and lakes and the sky. Opening: Saturday 3 August, 11am | WHAKAARI | Free
Workshops + Classes
Aug 13, 2024
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August 13, 2024
Ceramics NZ presents Kwak Kyungtae

Ceramics NZ presents Kwak Kyungtae

International pottery master, Kwak Kyungtae demonstrates ancient Korean wheelthrowing in the morning, and the traditional Korean method of handbuilding Onggi pots in the afternoon. Tuesday 13 August, 9am - 12pm and 1 - 4pm | TE PĀ MATAPAIA | $100
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