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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...

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...

ArtsMadQuick-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 Room...

ArtsMadQuick-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 Room...

This exhibition by artist Sydnee Murray, explores the perception of sheltered havens and what is hidden from view. While Te Āhuru Mōwai – is a calm place or safe haven, Sydnee is aware that a home, a house or shelter may not appear on the...

**UPDATE: The opening of this exhibition has been postponed until Friday 12 March 2021. This extensive photographic exhibition by local artist, Katie Hoy, highlights the diverse female population of Rotorua and explores how they knit together to create a community. Showcasing 100 Rotorua women who represent the...

Partners, funders and contributors marked the successful completion of Te Ahi Tupua today with a karakia. This morning was an opportunity for partners and contributors to come together to acknowledge and recognise those that had a hand in telling a significant Te Arawa story. They spoke...

ArtsMad 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 Room...