Kapiti Observer : January 16th 2012
Mahara Gallery Mahara Gallery, 20 Mahara Place, Waikanae Email: email@example.com, www.maharagallery.org.nz Ph: 04 902 6242, Tues-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 1-4pm, closed Monday, free entry UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS Barbara Strathdee, Twelve Months of Summer Morgan Rothwell: Cloak of Protection, the Game Roger Hart: Linear Progressions 22 January 19 February 2012 Robyn Kahukiwa, Maumahara: Remember 26 February 29 April 2012, as part of the New Zealand International Festival of Arts Mahara Arts Review Our popular annual arts review for Kapiti and Horowhenua artists will be selected next year by artist Hemi Macgregor and arts supporter Sunny Amey. You can submit your work between Saturday 21- Sunday 29 April (check opening hours frst). So start working on your pieces now check our website or call the gallery for more details. Exhibition runs 6 May - 1 July 2012. EVENTS Exhibition Opening and launch of the game, Cloak of Protection Three exhibitions Barbara Strathdee, Twelve Months of Summer, Morgan Rothwell: Cloak of Protection, the Game, and Roger Hart: Linear Progressions in new SPACE will open on Saturday 21 January, 5pm with live music by Sasana. All welcome, entry free. Exhibitions run 22 January 19 February 2012 Cloak of Protection family game days, with artist Jil Hemming Tuesday 24 & 31 January and Saturday 28 January & 4 February, 11am-2pm Entry free, all welcome Artists Floortalk Barbara Strathdee will give a foortalk in her exhibition, Twelve Months of Summer. Wednesday 25 January, 11am - 12 noon. All welcome, entry free Artists Floortalk Jil Hemming and Morgan Rothwell will give a foortalk in the exhibition, Cloak of Protection, the Game. Wednesday 1 February, 11am - 12 noon. All welcome, entry free Community Forum 1 The planned Community Forum on Sunday 29 January which was listed in our last Observer Column has been postponed for a later date. Mahara Gallery is kindly supported by the Kapiti Coast District Council 14 KAPITI OBSERVER, JANUARY 16, 2012 ART AND ENTERTAINMENT PEDICURES $25, home visits $30. Angela 293 5611 WHY not make 2012 the year you actually achieve your New Year resolutions? Life Coaching will make the difference!! 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If you think this position could suit you or would like to find out more about the role, please contact us in the first instance by forwarding your CV, with details of your relevant experience and references to: email@example.com PART-TIME CLEANER REQUIRED Paraparaumu Commercial Cleaning, approx 10-15 hours per week. Immediate Start. Must have Driver's Licence Elbow Grease Clean Ltd Ph: (04) 905 6656 Classified Advertisers MAXIMISE your IMPACT Call us now about our very friendly colour rates. Ph: 298 5019 A little colour can make things a whole lot more attractive Ask us today about adding a little colour and a whole lot more attention to your advertising Phone 298 5019 Experienced Panelbeater required for immediate start in Paraparaumu Ph 0274 469 986 Situations Vacant - General Class war: The Motor Camp will return to Wellington's Circa Theatre after a sell-out season last summer. Author Dave Armstrong said just about every New Zealander has been camping, and camp grounds are great levellers where uni- versity lecturers could find themselves next door to builders. ''It is this juxtaposition that attracted me to the idea of the motor camp as a sort of Pakeha marae, where issues of family, relationships, education and politics could be discussed and resolved.'' The Motor Camp puts the middle class Redmonds and their teenage daughter along- side the working-class Hislops, and their hor- monal son. Front from left are Olivia Violet Robinson, Phil Vaughan and Anthony Young. At the rear are Tim Spite, Danielle Mason and Florence Mulheron. The Motor Camp opens at Circa Theatre on Saturday and runs until February 18. For more information or to book phone 801 7992 or visit circa.co.nz.
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