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ORO Haaruru Sculpture Exhibition

Enala, Marti Wong
Āta Hā, Karam Meuli
Tuatara, Nathan Hull
Grace, Allan Keith Williams
Aroha Seat, Lawrence Makaore
Karanga, Takutaimoana Harawira
ORO Haaruru Sculpture Exhibition
Raupua, Nici Palmer
23 Oct 2018 to 20 Dec 2018
10am to 4pm daily
Outdoor Sculpture gallery with spectacular views of Mount Taranaki
Event type: 
Oro Haaruru Event
614 Salisbury Road, Midhirst, Taranaki




ORO Haaruru artist sculpting event held over the last 20 days in Taranaki is now showing the completed work from this live in artist symposium.  National and internationally known  NZ sculptors have produced work in a variety of media and scale.  Located on a private property close to Stratford this outdoor exhibition is not to be missed. Open daily from 10am - 4pm.  614 Salisbury Road, Midhirst, Taranaki.

This event and exhibition supports two charitable organisations, the Taranaki Mobile Suicide Prevention Unit and Starship Children's Hospital, with a percentage of sales being given from the sale of works.  This group of artists/sculptors and creatives are committed to a wholistic and connected way of being.  Through the theme of the event - Taiohi ki Taipakeke, Taipakeke ki Taiohi ( young to old, old to young), and the sharing of stories, of daily life and of breaking bread over the 20 days of creativity, the energy and vibration now holds in the works to be viewed.

Participating artists: Tai Meuli, Paul Olson, Allan Keith Williams, Marti Wong, Nathan Hull, Bob Te Kahiwi How, Natanahira Pona, Tumanako Te Aute, Takutaimoana Harawira, Karam Meuli, Davey McGhie, Ross Vivian, Nici Palmer, Elijah Revell, Dave Taylor, Lyall Tupe, Lawrence Makoare, Peter Hanley, Errol Churton, Paul Mac, Roger Morris, Jethro Hoskin,  Tony Waterson, Donald Buglass, Simon Te Wheoro, Bernie Marr, Scotty Paddock



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23 Oct 2018