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NZ Sculpture Onshore - Gala Opening 4 November

NZ Sculpture Onshore - Gala Opening 4 November; Exhibition daily 5-14 November

Please promote NZ Sculpture Onshore, Organised by Friends of Women's Refuge.

Stunning views over Rangitoto and the channel from the venue at: Fort Takapuna, Vauxhall Rd, Narrow Neck, Devonport

100 prominent New Zealand Sculptors exhibiting this year including: Christine Hellyar, Barry Lett, Carole Shepheard, Chiara Corbelletto,Virginia King, John Ioane, Charlotte Fisher, Fatu Feu'u, Marie Potter, John Edgar, Marte Szirmay, Jeff Thomson.

Gala opening by the Governor General at 5 p.m. Thursday 4 November. Tina Cross (Star of Once Were Warriors stage show) has offered to entertain, 500 guests expected.

Exhibition open to the public from 5-14 November daily 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. entry by donation. Details on the website: http://www.nzsculptureonshore.co.nz/


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