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Art for Afternoon Tea

Put a little art in your day. Join us at MTG every weekday afternoon at 2.30 pm for the next fortnight and get to know two of our favourite works in the exhibition Architecture of the heart.

MTG’s Customer Service team will introduce two different pieces every day and participation is free.

This week’s Art for Afternoon Tea schedule is:

Tue 11 Feb
Kitchen Sink by Alison Maclean
Pastorale by Geoffrey Fuller

Wed 12 Feb
Retroflex by Derrick Cherrie
Dad's Art by Steve Carr

Thur 13 Feb
Omai by Tony Fomison
A Sunny Day in Hamilton by Ruth Cleland

Fri 14 Feb
Maui Fishing up the North Island by Marcus King
Interior IX by Neil Dawson
MTG Hawke's Bay
1 Tennyson Street, Napier
2.30pm - 3pm every day
10 - 21 February 2014

ENDS

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