Poet and Poetry Cheerleader in Chief: Kaveh Akbar – WORD Christchurch – Tuesday 6 November 6.30pm at Tūranga

... It’s exhausting, remaining / humble amidst the vicissitudes of fortune. It’s difficult / to be anything at all with the whole world right here for the having. (from the poem Being in This World Makes Me Feel Like a Time Traveller) Come along to Tūranga on Tuesday 6.30pm to hear Iranian-American poet Kaveh Akbar…
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Suffrage 125 in Ōtautahi – celebrating women winning the right to vote in 19 September 1893

New Zealand women gained the right to vote on 19 September 1893, so this year marks 125 years since women won the right to vote. The Suffrage 125 celebration is being led by the Ministry for Women, New Zealand Minitatanga mō ngā Wahine in partnership with Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage. The Suffrage 125 Events…
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Nanogirl: Cooking with Science! – WORD Christchurch Festival 2018

Dr Michelle Dickinson wants everyone, everywhere to enjoy a meaningful relationship with STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics). She introduced her book and her mission to a sold-out crowd of kids and whānau. If you missed her on Sunday, get ready for Nanogirl Live! “Out of this World!” – a Live Science Spectacular on at…
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Step into a River of Words

River of Words featured in the House of Travel Botanic D'Lights last month, and an 18 metre wide version is now installed for six months at 110 Cashel Street, projecting on to the vacant wall of 112 Cashel Street.  River of Words has been developed by artist John Maillard from Ara (Programme leader, Photography), installed by…
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