Ross Humphries, the manager of Smith's Bookshop, at 133 Manchester Street, with copies of early rugby books ahead of an auction of the books in the store. 14 October 1991.
Phoenix: A celebration of creative wellbeing is an exhibition showcasing work by artists from Ōtautahi Creative Spaces' Room 5. It is on display in the Exhibition Space on Hapori Level 1 in Tūranga until Sunday 11 August. The exhibition’s theme of transformation is expressed through the mythical story of the firebird Phoenix, which arose from the ashes and symbolizes regeneration, strength and renewal.
Merv Quinlivan of Quintessential Furniture demonstrates replica weaponry made by his company, 1977. A local image from the Discovery Wall.
Tūranga’s TSB Arena was a vibrant space of cultural festivities for the celebration of the 121st Philippine Independence Day.
The third in a series of posts uncovering the history of the city block that the new Christchurch convention centre, Te Pae is being built on.
Come to Lyttelton for Ka Awatea – A Celebration of Matariki, and Winter Wanderland from 23 to 30 June.
If, like me, you are curious about Christchurch architecture and buildings, Open Christchurch is going to be a treat. It runs from Sunday 30 June to Saturday 7 September, with one event per week over winter. It's bought to you by Te Pūtahi: Christchurch Centre for architecture and city-making.