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Email: editor@ kmananews .co.nz. For the full lowdown: kapi mananews.co.nz 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: email@example.com 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.