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Whangarei Art Museums Women's Refuge Fundraiser Fashion Show

Whangarei Art Museums Women's Refuge Fundraiser Fashion Show

The Whangarei Art Museum is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Fundraiser Runway show for the Whangarei Women's Refuges.

2 April 2014 doors open 6pm

Lost in Space: The Runway

Following two highly successful charity fashion shows in 2012 and 2013, the art museum will be working once again with designers, fashion students and local businesses towards a runway show and fundraiser for the Whangarei Women's Refuges - Te Puna O Te Aroha Maori Women's Refuge and Tryphina House Women's Refuge. The show will be officially opened by Her Worship the Mayor of Whangarei Sheryl Mai.

This year the art museum is pleased to announce Ian Pritchard as Master of Ceremonies for the runway show.

Lost in Space: The Runway will showcase collections from established local designers who have developed their distinctive style and design approach: Charlotte Davidson, Tracey Harvey, Julie Pyle, Simon Richards, Jessie Rose and Marcia Underwood. This year the art museum has invited fashion students from North Tec to create garments inspired by Len Lye's art work currently on display in the exhibition Lost in Space: Len Lye's unfinished science fiction Quicksilver. The students' designs will debut at the runway show and later exhibited at the art museum.

$50 VIP tickets includes 2 complimentary glasses of wine and priority seating
$30 standard ticket includes one complimentary glass wine
Cash sales only

Book now for your ticket at:
Whangarei Art Museum
The Hub, Dent Street
Town Basin
(09) 430 4240
whangareiartmuseum@wdc.govt.nz

ENDS

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