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TENUOUS, Peter Trevelyan explores geometry, drawing and triangulation. For this show he has created a large, wall-mounted, geometric structure meticulously crafted from graphite pencil leads. At Pataka till November 19.
PLIMMERTON - A COLOURFUL HISTORY, From Taupo Pa, arrival of the railway, weekend resort and beach baches to the birth of a village, war years, fires galore, skeletons and rusty pistols, Plimmerton has had a fascinating past. At Pataka till November 11.
Wednesday, September 5
DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, The Mariner, Whitehouse Road, Titahi Bay. Live storytelling, music and comedy with storyteller Holly Gooch and saxophonist Jenni Bedford. From 7.30pm, $2 entry. Nibbles provided. All women welcome.
Thursday, September 6
DIFFERENT VOICES, Sixty works from 16 community art groups from around the country, hosted by Arts Access Aotearoa. At Pataka until September 23.
Friday, September 7
STRING QUARTET, The New Zealand String Quartet, Beethoven’s late string quartets at St Mary of the Angels Church in Wellington. Programme 5, Sept 7 (by candlelight); Programme 6, Sept 8. Both at 6.30pm.
Saturday, September 8
HOBNAIL plays at Meow in Wellington City in support of latest album, Baggage.
Tuesday, September 18
FILM NIGHT fundraiser for Pauatahanui Pre-school is a screening of comedy-drama Your Sister’s Sister, starring Emily Blunt and Mark Duplass, at Light House Pauatahanui. Tickets $25 from the preschool office. Spot prizes and a raffle. Screening at 7.30pm.
MEDITATION CLASSES, Pataka Museum education area, 7pm-8.30pm. Modern Buddhism Course. Until September 6. Suggested donation $10.