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White Fungus Relocation Party

Greg Malcolm and Peter Trevelyan
at White Fungus Relocation Party

Come to Enjoy this Saturday evening for a one night only performance by Greg Malcolm and a temporary light installation by Peter Trevelyan as White Fungus celebrates four-and-a-half years and ten issues in Wellington and its upcoming move to Taiwan.

White Fungus will be returning to Taichung City where its founders spent four years before beginning the magazine in 2004.

White Fungus Editor Ron Hanson says the team is looking forward to a new adventure and a chance to re-engage with Taiwan.

"Taiwan's a dynamic place and we're all about cross-cultural communication," Hanson says. "We look forward to getting involved in the local art scene and producing the next issue of the magazine. "

White Fungus's Trip To Taiwan Is Kindly Supported by Asia New Zealand Foundation.

White Fungus Relocation Party
Greg Malcolm
Peter Trevelyan
DJ Powerfull and the Lost Weekend

Enjoy, Level 1, 147 Cuba St, Wellington
Saturday May 2

Free

ENDS

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