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Take 5 & Te Whare Marama - "Journeys: Haerenga"

Take 5 & Te Whare Marama present "Journeys: Haerenga"


WHAT: Take 5 & Te Whare Marama present "Journeys:Haerenga"
WHEN: Wednesday 22nd June 5-7.00pm
Artists' Reception
Duration of the exhibition: 22nd June-3rd July 2005

Take 5 & Te Whare Marama Inc. artists present an exhibition, at ROAR! gallery, of artworks produced as a result of a journey of self-discovery by each artist, communicating aspects of life and what is important to them.

Take 5 & Te Whare Marama Inc. is a service for mental health consumers, targeting people who have, or have had, a mental illness.

Entry is free to all. For further information contact: Sheridan Rose

ROAR! gallery

22 Vivian Street


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