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Guided tours start this weekend at Aratoi

Guided tours start this weekend at Aratoi

Thu, 12 Aug 2004

A *free* guided tour of the exhibition Jewelled: Adornments from across the Pacific will be available at Aratoi this Sunday at 2pm. We hope that such tours will become a regular part of weekend activities at Aratoi from now on.

aratoi

wairarapa museum of art and history

www.aratoi.co.nz

NOW SHOWING!!!!

Jewelled: adornments from across the Pacific

UNTIL 12 SEPT

The Goodly Journey of Reverent John Smith Fordham

Case Study 101: Shane James

Coming up:

Jonathon Harper Cushion Concert 29 Aug

Jewellery workshop 4 and 5 Sept

Harpies and Heroines opens 19 Sept

ENDS

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