Author: Jen Hinitt

Quick-fire talks from the arts community ArtsMad is a visual presentation evening that takes place four times a year, where people from the wider arts community talk about what they do alongside a rolling show reel of interesting images. The evening takes place at The Monarch...

Explore central Rotorua this summer and find the beautiful decorated fish created by local artists. Get a free trail map from the Rotorua iSite (Fenton Street) or any of the Fish Host venues and find all 13 fish to go in the prize draw. You also get the chance...

The Rotorua Band Rotunda in Government Gardens will again showcase local music on sunny Sunday afternoons during February and March 2020. Bring along a deck chair, a rug and picnic, then lay back to enjoy a great range of music and entertainment in a beautiful...

An exhibition of artwork created by Rotorua Senior Citizens. Artists Nicola Wright and Annette Bates received funding from the Rotorua District Creative Communities Scheme to run a series of art interactions with local senior citizens. This exhibition showcases the participants artworks. These seniors have painted, collaged, laughed and...

In the International Year of Indigenous Languages (2019) this site and culture-responsive audio installation is utilising the natural flow of water to convey the messages of First Nations children in Aotearoa (New Zealand) and Australia to their communities, their countries and the world in their First Languages. The children’s...

Quick-fire talks from the arts community Tuesday 12 November 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Monarch Room, Prince's Gate Hotel ArtsMad is a visual presentation evening that takes place four times a year, where people from the wider arts community talk about what they do alongside a...

A showcase of traditional and contemporary woven flax and fibre artworks by the tauira (students) from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, Waiwhero Campus. Exhibition opening Sunday 13 October 2019 @ 10amLight refreshments provided Contact Margaret Belshaw Phone 0800 355 553 ...