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1 Nov 2019 – 31 Jan 2020, Rotorua Lake Front, from 7am to 8pm, 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...

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...

Come down to Te Manawa (corner of Tūtanekai and Hinemoa Streets) and take a journey through the long white cloud to experience the world premiere of this immersive sound and light celebration of Matariki. This free art installation will be open daily from 5pm until 10pm between Wednesday 3...

Dr. Wilfred Stanley Wallis (1891-1957), originally from Christchurch, impacted Rotorua positively in the years that he lived here. Arriving as a doctor he founded the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Crippled Children’s Society. Then as a devoted artist in his retirement founding the Rotorua Society of...

View this striking light installation inspired by pouwhenua (land symbols of support) which is located on the Village Green (opposite Lady Jane’s Ice Cream Parlour). From 5pm each day Pou Rama (Light Posts) will be lit from within, inviting people to walk through the artwork and...

Local arts initiatives receive more than $27,000 funding Following the latest Rotorua Creative Communities Scheme funding round, a total of $27,400 was awarded to 23 arts projects across the Rotorua district. Creative Communities Rotorua Assessment Committee Chair Diana Beattie says the successful projects included music events, visual...