Immerse yourself in the stories of Māori women at Richmond Library. Wāhine showcases the personal stories of Māori women, combining candid interviews, soundscapes and portrait photography to present a series of unique meditations on being a woman in Māori culture. This exhibition is currently touring New Zealand, growing one woman at a time. Loren Pasquier is a French artist currently residing in Nelson. Through her rich, nomadic experiences, the feeling of constant transit and movement became a fundamental part of…Find out more »
We are delighted to be welcoming The Suter Art Gallery Curator Sarah McClintock back to Richmond Library for another edition of the gallery’s popular How To Look At Art sessions. Sarah will bring an item from The Suter’s permanent collection to the library for an in depth exploration into what it is, who did it, when, why and the context in which it was made. How To Look At Art will give you an exciting insight into the broader context…Find out more »
Nelson Provincial Museum’s touring exhibition Ablaze marks the two-year anniversary of the devastating 2019 Tasman Fires and tells the story of how they affected the region; its environment, people, and animals. The exhibition highlights the role of the firefighters and many volunteers that helped to get the fire under control and keep everyone safe. Suitable for all ages. No entry charge. The Ablaze Exhibition Tasman tour is made possible through the kind support of Tasman District Council Community Grants 2020.Find out more »
Hamuera Robb, Kaitiaki Taonga Māori at Nelson Provincial Museum, will be bringing a selection of taonga pūoro (Māori wind instruments) to Richmond Library for a special information evening. This is a very rare opportunity to see, hear about, and listen to these beautiful musical instruments. It is free to attend but bookings are essential. Contact Richmond Library, phone 03 543 8500 or email email@example.com, to book your spot.Find out more »
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