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Coming Soon: TEDXNelson December 4th 2021: The Suter

Coming Soon:
December 4th 2021.
TEDxNelson is proud to bring to you a range of local diverse speakers and ideas around the theme of Global Citizenship. What is Global Citizenship? How can we become Global Citizens? These are the questions the speakers will be exploring on the 4th of December within the Pastorius Waller Theatre at The Suter Art Gallery.

TEDXNelson have curated an incredible line up of local speakers who have something they’d like to share with our community and the wider TEDx audience. These include Johan Svenson, Sophie Weenink, Helena Merschdorf, Loren Pasquier, Sarah Kerby and Jonny Hendriksen. Further details and speakers will be revealed in the coming weeks!
See the TEDxNelson website: and Facebook page for more information, updates, and tickets.

Coming Soon:
Silver. Stone. Wood. Bone.
October 18th 7pm

Silver. Stone. Wood. Bone. weaves soundscapes and landscapes together into a haunting multi-sensory tapestry of music and moving image.

Bridget Douglas, principal flute in the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra joins with Alistair Fraser, renowned taonga pūoro researcher and artist, to weave their two musical worlds across one magical night.

For more information, and to book you tickets,

Long Cherished Wish
October 2nd 2021 – November 21st 2021

New acquisitions that build on the strengths of the 122-year-old Suter collection.

Image: Josephine Cachemaile, Quiver (For Rosa), 2019, Velvet, Cotton, Calico, and Acrylic on canvas, wood, polyfill, collection of The Suter Te Aratoi O Whakatu: Purchased in 2020

He Raranga Kōrero: Weaving Conversations
September 25th 2021 – November 14th 2021

This exhibition celebrates the skills and the connections between raranga weavers in Te Tauihu (top of the South Island).

Curated by Louisa Paul (Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Rangiwewehi)
Image: Hamuera Robb

Click here to find out more…

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