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Falling for Autumn: Cultural Conversations

Greetings Cultural Conversations friends / community / network. How are you all doing out there? It’s been a while but no news is good news – we are still here!!! In fact we have been busy and have some exciting new projects for 2024/2025 – watch this space for updates and ways to get involved.

Cultural Conversations in Pōneke

It was an honour for Tanya to attend, listen and speak at the Diverse Communities conference at Harbourside Wellington alongside leaders from the Maori, Rainbow, Youth, Pasifika, disability and predator free communities. We shared the common theme of ‘Othering’ and how relationships were at the heart of our mahi.

Upcoming events

Step into a world of unconventional expression at “Abra-palabra”, hosted by Pablo & Domingo, dedicated to exploring a journey into anti-poetry. Embrace interactive activities, heartfelt spoken word, and soulful live music. It’s an intimate gathering where creativity flourishes and boundaries blur. Join us for a bilingual evening of poetic exploration, where both Spanish and English intertwine to create a magical experience with the magic of words.


Motueka Exhibition

Thanks to TDC, we are taking the ‘NBS Bittersweet Podcasts’ and ‘Tindall Foundation Stories of Otherness’ exhibition to Motueka Library. Please tell your friends and whānau who live out that way. More details can be found here:


Chess – Rami will be back in May to resume chess


Nelson Intermediate School exhibition led by Renee Jepson.

Last chance to see this beautiful exhibition before Term 1 holidays.

NIS have some incredible photography and poetry being displayed.

The purpose is to provoke thinking around the impact colonisation can have on the way people and places are perceived.

We are open weekdays between 11 – 1

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