Things to do



Until 14 July / Wellington

See the effervescent work of Semiconductor, a UK artistic duo that regularly collaborates with NASA, CERN, the Smithsonian, the Charles Darwin Research Station and other similar institutions. This exhibition marries science and art to beautiful effect. citygallery.org.nz


13–19 May / Auckland

If you love wordsmithery, this year’s Auckland Writers Festival at the Aotea Centre won’t disappoint. and author John Boyne, 2018 Women’s Prize for Fiction winner Kamila Shamsie and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki curator Mary Kisler. Enjoy readings, script-free storytellings and off-site writing classes.

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