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Events next week at City Gallery Wellington

* home and away - Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection 3 Feb - 31 March 2001

Sunday 11 February at 2pm: Floortalk by exhibition curator William McAloon.

Artworks from one of the most significant collections of contemporary art in Australasia - the Chartwell Collection. Colin McCahon, Bill Hammond, and Rosalie Gascoigne feature alongside leading Maori and Aboriginal artists.

* Back on Earth - A Mural for Marz Cummings 19 January - 18 February 2001 360 / Michael Hirschfeld Gallery

Eight muralists continue to paint a collaborative tribute to Marz Cummings who died, aged 34, in a motorbike accident in October 1999. His work can be seen in Te Aro Park (Pigeon Park), the Wellington Ports, and the Aro Community Centre.

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