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Heretaunga Stories

Heretaunga Stories is a collaborative event over three nights across Toitoi, Hastings City Art Gallery and Hastings District Libraries. During these evenings, 15 local artists will each share with us a 15 minute presentation that captures the essence of their slant on a local story.

On each night, 4-5 artists will make their presentations. These presentations will be very diverse in nature as the selected artists come from a variety of artistic backgrounds and practice, including performing, visual arts and writing. Each artist has been working to find a unique and interesting way to present their offering.

We are excited by this opportunity to engage artists to share their take on our collective kaupapa with our diverse communities. Join us and be treated to three nights of free entertainment and enlightenment.

26 November 7pm: Hastings City Art Gallery
Mauricio Benega, Ben Pearce, Charles Ropitini, Jo Morris

1 December 7pm: Toitoi
Putaanga Waitoa, P.J. Shepherd, Ana Zavala, Kristal Neho, Arohanui Lawrence

8 December 7pm: Toitoi
Andrew Brown, Anton Wats, Mark Sweet, Ben Fagan

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Thursday 26 November, 7:00pm to 8:00pm


Restrictions: All Ages



Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
201 Eastbourne St East, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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