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Gallery Babes At City Gallery

Wednesday 26 March, 10.30 am

Gallery Babes

Mums & Dads – keen for a healthy dose of art-intellectual entertainment?  Bring the baby in the buggy and join us for a family-friendly tour of our exhibitions. The tour will be followed by treats and chat.

Bookings essential – E: citygalleryevents@wmt.org.nz or T: 04 801 4241

Saturday March 29, 1pm


City Gallery Cinema

Globalisation? Sustainability? New world order? What’s it all about? Intersect and CGW have partnered up to bring you information on all this and much more via our Propoganda Extravaganza film screenings. Opinion, fact or pure conjecture- you come along and decide!

Money As Debt: This fast-paced and highly entertaining animated feature explains today’s magically perverse Debt-Money system.

End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream

These film screenings are presented in partnership with Intersect—young professionals networking for sustainability.

Now Showing... until June 15

AES+F: Last Riot


Reboot: The Jim Barr and Mary Barr Collection


MICHAEL HIRSCHFELD GALLERY: Grotto: wall works by Victor Berezovsky (7 March - 13 April 2008)

SQUARE2: The RK Project, 2007, Arawhetu Berdinner (until 7 April 2008)


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