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Art Battle for the first time in New Zealand

Introducing a new event happening for the first time in New Zealand
Art Battle New Zealand at Fiddler's Green Vineyard & Bistro
246 Georges Road, RD2 Waipara, New Zealand 7482 Phone # 033147679

Art Battle® International is a live art competition event. Art Battle® has produced more than 1,200 public events, hundreds of private and charity events, and dozens of high profile murals since 2001 – across the US and Canada, and around the world.

Art Battle New Zealand is a series of three events leading up to final competition in February when the winner will be invited to the World Finals in New York City.

Saturday 9th December 2017 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Expect tasty food, local wine & micro brews, beverages, music, good times watching local artists perform their craft. See you there!

The next event: January 13 Finals in February

ArtBattle International tickets can be bought through Eventfinda (Early Bird $15)

Artists interested in participating can visit:Painter Info -

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