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Author: Jen Hinitt

It’s been nearly four years since the last Sculpture Symposium and now is the time to re-think the future direction of the Sulphur Lake Sculpture Trail. There is no question that our three previous Sculpture Symposia have been real successes, with over 50 works created on site and...

Retired pilot and now artist, Jon Marett, was inspired to chronicle the amazing life and accomplishments of Kiwi icon, Jean Batten. This collection of 18 works created over the past several years, pays tribute to this aviatrix’s extraordinary skills, accomplishments and dogged determination. Capturing Jeans’ remarkable...

Poetry in windows  Summer Season has begun -and will run  through to  late February. Featuring the work of over 50 creatives displayed in the windows of over 22 local businesses, it will give locals and visitors an opportunity to enjoy poetry throughout the city.  The initiative is organised by Poetry Bomb Rotorua and is supported by...

He Whakaaturanga Toi nō Te Waiariki Highlighting the remarkable talent of Bay of Plenty artists, this exhibition showcases a wide range of artworks from regional artists. Organised by the Friends of Rotorua Museum in partnership with Lockwood, the first ever Bay of Plenty Artists Exhibition will open...

Nikau Chater and Michael Barker recently got together to record Nikau's song 'u B u', for which she was awarded second place in Rotorua Song Writing Competition - Te Manu Tito Waiata 2021. Michael and Nikau worked extensively on the arrangement achieving an excellent result that...

CALLING ALL PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE TEACHERS IN ROTORUA We want to add colour and vibrancy to our local fleet of rubbish and recycling trucks and we want your class to design them! Designs should reflect an environmental care and sustainability message – with special reference to Rotorua’s...