Deep Surface: letterpress and poetry
3:00 PM15:00

Deep Surface: letterpress and poetry

Come join us for poetry and printmaking. At 3pm talks from:

* Jo Giddens (printmaker, wordsmith)
* Ya-Wen Ho 賀雅雯 (poet, publisher)
* Makyla Curtis (poet, compositor)

Join us from 12:30pm for printmaking yourself. Click through to find out how to book.

Plus: come do some letterpress printing yourself from 12:30pm. Book a time here, or just turn up.

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Ears Wide Open: Street Photography
to Jun 20

Ears Wide Open: Street Photography

Exhibition now in store every day 10am to 5pm until June 20.

Come join us for the debut exhibition by New Zealand based photographer Nick Marsh (UK). Shot in and around Central Auckland, this collection explores the discord between real and imagined narratives that street photography offers.

Part of the Auckland Festival of Photography

Launch: 5pm, Wednesday 30 May.
Exhibition: Every day, 10am to 5pm from May 30 to June 20 

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Two Halves Make a Whole
1:00 PM13:00

Two Halves Make a Whole

Two Halves Make a Whole is a piece of participative performance art, a creative investigation into how tech facilitates connection, between people, between ideas, across space and across time.

Come along. You will love it. Bring your favourite book.

Saturday May 19, 1pm

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Book launch: Better Lives
6:30 PM18:30

Book launch: Better Lives

The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research invites you to join us  at the Open Book for the launch of the new book, Better Lives, and a discussion with the authors Julie Fry and Peter Wilson.

Join a conversation about immigration and wellbeing and what the future might hold for New Zealand. Pre-order a signed copy of the book or get one on the night. Find out more about the book.

Friday, April 13 at 6:30pm

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7:30 PM19:30

Pride Parade

Hooray for the Pride Parade.

4:30pm: Ponsonby Road is closed to vehicles. An awesome time for skateboarding or cycling tbh.

5:30pm: Street entertainment starts

7:30pm: Parade Starts (travelling from Tole St to Western Park).

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