Arts snippets: Coming up in Taranaki’s arts and entertainment scene
Celtic Music Duo
Coming to New Plymouth, Wellington’s young musicians Oscar West and Rennie Pearson played the male polytrope, sharing the legend of the Celtic era.
Polytropos is an ancient Greek word that describes Odysseus for Homer’s Odyssey. This means that “many faces” or “many suggestions” are described by interpreters of various musical instruments, used for slow music and equipment trampling songs, rolling and everything between them. The musicians will play in the fourth-floor theater on July 22 (Saturday) at 7:30 pm, the eighteenth century, flute, violin, piano, guitar, whistle, and sound. Tickets are $ 20.
Celebrating its fifth birthday, the Hawaiian gallery is hosting exhibitions around the world.
The item comes from 26 creative elements from New Zealand A-Z and international artists who contacted and asked to attend in August last year. Then, each participant has an exotic handmade paper made from Italy, dating back to the 11th century. This article is transformed from existing and emerging artists to more than 40 different works, styles, and different media. In a series of promises to show promises of armaments, blows earlier this week were featured on Quirky Fox.
Beauty for a Cause
Miss Taranaki in 2017 to offer music, dance and fashion fusion.
Jenna Bellve next month in Auckland in New Zealand in 2017, in the top 20 games. As part of the finalists, she was involved in a business challenge that would raise funds for the Children’s Charity Organization. For the main fundraising event, Queen Queen planned a colorful night, including live auctions and prizes. The fashion was held on May 7 at 7:30 pm at Mayfair.
The next solo of the cathedral will be an important event.
Since arriving in New Zealand in 2012, he has celebrated the 60th concert at the church, and Christopher J. Luke, music director in Taranaki, will meet at 12:15 pm on Thursday, July 20.
He will play with Mark Bock Archer (J. Bach, Edmund Chipp, Andrew Gant and Christopher Tambling).
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
At 9:00 pm on July 9, Len Lye Central Cinema played a documentary about the final scene of Vivian Maier, a nanny who had previously unknown 100,000 photos and turned her into the most successful street One of the photographers. Admission is $ 12 or $ 10 discount, reservations are essential.
Please call the Govett-Brewster Museum / Len Lye Center on July 9 (Sunday). From 1 pm to 3 pm, keep the kids warm because they are small. Free admission, enjoy donations.
Meet the Govett-Brewster / Len Lye Center Museum at the front of the family’s staff at 2:00 pm on July 9 (Sunday). It does not charge but appreciates the donation and notice of large groups.
July 14 Friday joins Govett-Brewster old talk of art. Free entrance 9:30 am Meeting at Monica’s restaurant, starting at 10 am.