What's On

What's On: The Language of Things- Meaning and Value in Contemporary Jewellery

Contemporary jewellery from Aotearoa and around the globe is centre stage in an exhibition which seeks to explore the emotional value of jewellery.  To 24 June, The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt.

What’s On: Mary Horn- Works revisited

A retrospective of 20 years’ artistic practice by North Otago artist and Dominican nun Mary Horn reveals two decades of painting fueled by her deeply held religious faith. to 3 December, Forrester Gallery, Oamaru.

What's On: Kiwi in the Kitchen- An Eccentric History of Birds in the New Zealand Home

24 March to 6 May, Millennium Public Art Gallery, Blenheim.

What's On: The Lie

With a nod to Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Harold Pinter’s landmark 1970s adultery drama Betrayal, the ruthless comedy dissects the hypocrisies that hold society together. This playful farce runs from 7 April to 5 May at the Circa Theatre in Wellington.

What's On: Ayrlies Garden Gala Plant Fair

11 and 12 May, Whitford, Auckland.

NZ’s top chefs compete in Restaurant Awards

New Zealanders have a chance to sample more than 60 original dishes on menus across the country during the judging period for the Silver Fern Farms Restaurant of the Year Awards.

What's on: Marilynn Webb- Works from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Collection

To 17 June.

What's on: Alliance Française French Film Festival

To 18 April, Auckland, then in 12 cities and towns across Aotearoa.

What’s On: Shannon Te Ao

18 November to 22 April, Te Tuhi, Pakuranga.

Trophy winners announced for 2017 Air New Zealand Wine Awards

Following three days of judging over 1,300 wines, 80 gold medals have been awarded in this year’s Air New Zealand Wine Awards.

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