See, learn and experience
Staging an opera in Tūranga brings a fresh chapter to the central library, with audiences swapping seats between the outdoor plaza and inside performance space during the interval for New Zealand Opera’s Eight Songs for a Mad King.
A World War II naval sea mine has “washed up” at Akaroa Museum.
A treasure hunt for kids that combines te reo Māori with learning about Ōtautahi Christchurch’s artworks, nature and heritage is launching this week.
Discover Dragons and Taniwha in Canterbury Museum in a new exhibition featuring the works of New Zealand’s leading contemporary bone carver artist.
People can learn more about reaping the financial and health benefits of growing their own vegetables with a little help from South Library.
A new exhibition at Tūranga reveals the almost unspeakable cost of the Holocaust, with 1.5 million buttons representing the number of children lost. Like a child, each button is unique.