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Email: ed­i­tor@ kmananews For the full low­down: kapi man­ On to­day MONEY TALKS and The Art of Money ex­hi­bi­tions cap­ture cur­rency in his­toric, po­lit­i­cal and artis­tic con­texts. At Pataka un­til June 23.

NOLLYWOOD, South African pho­tog­ra­pher Pi­eter Hugo’s se­ries goes be­yond sim­ple doc­u­men­tary pho­tog­ra­phy to ex­plore the mul­ti­lay­ered re­al­ity of the Nige­rian film in­dus­try in a se­ries of other-worldly por­traits of the bizarre char­ac­ters that typ­ify Nollywood pro­duc­tions. At Pataka un­til May 13.

HEAR IT, SEE IT, Art in­spired by Kiwi mu­sic. Each art­work will have head­phones that will play the cor­re­spond­ing song al­low­ing the au­di­ence to en­gage and respond to the con­ver­sa­tion be­tween the two dis­ci­plines. At Pataka un­til May 6.

WEEDED IN­TE­RIOR, ‘‘wall­pa­per­ing for the in­te­rior of a mind in dif­fer­ent states’’ by Frances Krsinich. Un­til May 13. Wed­nes­day, May 16 MOVIE FUNDRAISER, Hot meal char­ity Bel­ly­ful is host­ing a screen­ing of Fish­ing In The Ye­men at Light House Pau­ata­hanui cinema, 7.45pm. Tick­ets $ 25, in­cludes glass of wine, goodie bag and raf­fle en­try. Email: jemma.adams@bel­ly­ May 16 to 19 BAS­KET­BALL, BBNZ U21 na­tional champs, Te Rau­paraha Arena. Come along and watch the top teams bat­tle it out. Satur­day, May 19 CRAFT MAR­KET, Tawa Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Cam­bridge Street, 9.30am to 1.30pm. A great se­lec­tion of crafters have been lined up, but more are wel­come. There are also fundrais­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties. Wed­nes­day, May 30 SALUTE 70, Cel­e­brate the 70th an­niver­sary of the US Marines ar­rival in New Zealand by vis­it­ing the camp sites at Ti­tahi Bay, Pare­mata, Pau­ata­hanui and Judge­ford on a bus tour. En­joy pre­sen­ta­tions, lunch and a screen­ing of Gay­lene Pre­ston’s War Sto­ries our Moth­ers Never Told Us at the Light House cinema. 10am till 4.30pm. Tick­ets $35 from Pataka re­cep­tion.

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