Today URBAN ART SERIES
For the latest iteration of the Urban Art Series, Page Blackie Gallery presents work by Derek Cowie, Karl Maughan, Heather Straka, Ngataiharuru Taepa, Elizabeth Thomson, and John Walsh. The initiative, led by the Urban Art Foundation with support from Wellington City Council, is part of Adshel’s community outreach programme, dedicating ad space to art. (Pictured: Maughan’s Pikopiko, 2010.)
FLUTE FORCE FIVE
St Andrew’s on The Terrace is hosting a free lunchtime concert at 12.15pm. Flute Force Five, made up of members of the Royal New Zealand Air Force band, will play works by Marin Marais and Debussy among others.
Free DOGS, DOGS, DOGS
The Big Dog Walk with Lots of Dogs is back with dogs of all shapes and sizes set to descend on Waitangi Park this Saturday from 9am. Everyone is welcome to attend the walk, regardless of whether you’re a dog owner. Donations are welcome with money donated helping buy and distribute food for dogs in need.
Weird and wonderful, kooky and colourful, in Imagi-Nation children will take part in activities to construct items from their imagination, discovering things they’ve never seen before! Capital E, Queens Wharf, Monday-Saturday, 9.30am-3.30pm.
Tomorrow JONATHAN CRAYFORD
Pianist-composer Jonathan Crayford , is performing four solo piano concerts at Suite Gallery, beginning tomorrow, 8pm. Crayford is among the country’s foremost jazz musicians. His album East West Moon was awarded Best Jazz Album at the 2017 Jazz Awards. Tickets $35 from Eventfinda.
WAHINE DISCUSSION AND LUNCH
Join the Wellington Historical Society and Early Settlers Association at Museum of Wellington to hear about the Wahine sinking from Harbour Pilot and Ferry Master Captain John Brown. Lunch is available for $15 but pre-booking is essential, call (04) 938 9811. The talk begins at 12.50pm.