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Indigenous Erotica

Indigenous Erotica: the Night Was Dark and So Was He…

With Cliff Curtis, Mika, Miranda Harcourt, Georgina Beyer and special guests
Thursday 21 September, 6-8pm
Free event open to all

Inspired by the book ‘Without Reservation: Indigenous Erotica’ (co-published by Huia Publishers) this session serves to highlight erotic writing by Maori. Readings from the likes of Cliff Curtis feature work by Hone Tuwhare, Witi Ihimaera, Briar Grace-Smith and others.

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NOW OPEN:

THE WINTER SEASON OF WELLINGTON ART:
Elizabeth Thomson: my hi-fi my sci-fi (until 24 Sept 2006)
Guy Ngan: Journey - Aluminium Panel, Tiki Hands and Anchor Stones (until 24 Sept 2006)
Luncheon Under the Ash Tree: The Ian and Elespie Prior Collection (until 24 Sept 2006)
2 x 2 CONTEMPORARY PROJECTS:
Lonnie Hutchinson/ Sriwhana Spong (until 24 September2006)
and
Native Eye: 21st century wahine, moko, costume and image - Suzanne Tamaki, in the Michael Hirschfeld Gallery (9 September - 8 October 2006)

COMING SOON:
Sam Taylor-Wood (8 October 2006 - 28 January 2007)

Check out our website: www.city-gallery.org.nz

ENDS

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