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Save the Date: Tues 2 Oct



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Laureate Award Statuettes, designed by Terry Stringer. Photo by Ken Baker
SAVE THE DATE - 2 October 2012

The Arts Foundation Presents
The Macquarie Private Wealth New Zealand Arts Awards

When

6pm, Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Where

The Cloud, Queens Wharf, Auckland Central

We are pleased to announce that through the generosity of Waterfront Auckland, this year's Macquarie Private Wealth New Zealand Arts Awards will be held in the Cloud.

Nine artists will be announced as recipients of awards totalling $405,000. The Award for Patronage recipient will also be honoured for their contribution to arts philanthropy and the recipients of their donation will be announced.

The Cloud will be open on the day following the Awards; Wednesday 3 October. You will be able to hear from award recipients at a series of public events. If you are travelling to the Awards, book for two nights in order to attend this interesting day of activity.


ENDS

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