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Coexistence Exhibition

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An international oudoor art exhibition, on the theme of Co-Existence, will be at Waitangi Park during March.

Raphie Etgar, artistic director and curator of the Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, is the driving force behind the exhibition.

The International Co-existence exhibition is part of a worldwide tour. 44 large scale works, 3m x 5m will be on display and will include the local winning artwork from a local artist, that joins the voyage that makes up Exhibition Coexistence. This exhibition is about living side-by-side and celebrates diversity and universal understanding.

Coexistence is a free entry outdoor art exhibition open to all.

Events associated with this exhibition:

Free family-friendly events running in conjunction with the exhibition include Coexistence Cultural Day March 3,12:30 till 5pm which will feature local multicultural performances, Afro Beat Band, Ras Judah and more.

Wellington artists were invited to create an artwork expressing the theme of Coexistence through a Kiwi lens. We are showcasing our local talent from 1st of March at St Peters on Willis Street. You can also be part of the conversation with artistic director Raphie Etgar at St Peters on Willis Church, 6 March at 6pm.

In collaboration with Zeal, Coexistence Youth Day on March 17, features young performers, dance, bands and music, Wellingtonians upcoming upbeat creatives.

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