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  • Matilda Fraser: The Race Marches Forward on the Feet of Little Children

    21 April - 12 May 2018

    Opening Preview: Friday 20 April, 5:30pmArtist Talk Saturday 21 April, 12pm
    We want to prevent our normal assets from continuing to be converted through ignorance and neglect into grave liabilities. The sickness and debility of babies... Read more…
  • Jay Hutchinson: two cups and a Jimmy's mince and cheese pie wrapper

    21 April - 12 May 2018

    Opening Preview: Friday 20 April, 5:30pm
    Jay Hutchinson is a Ōtepoti Dunedin-based artist with a Masters of Fine Arts from the Dunedin School of Art (2008). He has exhibited through Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and China. Recent exhibitions include; Loosely based on a... Read more…
  • Reed Gallery Exhibition: By Deed of Gift

    16 March - 8 July 2018

    The next Reed Gallery exhibition showcases a range of items which were part of Reed’s original gift of 1948, including medieval manuscripts, biblical works, ‘association’ books, Dickensiana and other “books of unusual interest” as Reed... Read more…
  • Stack Trek

    24 February - 24 November 2018

    1:00pm — 2:00pm

    Boldly go where few borrowers have been before…
    For one hour only on the last Saturday of each month, we open up our secret stash of books in the library basement.
    Trekkies meet at the ground floor... Read more…
  • Once Upon a Sunday: Globe-Trotting Tales

    4 February - 2 December 2018

    2:00pm — 3:00pm

    Bring your family and enjoy the culture of other countries at our special Sunday afternoon Storytelling.
    Intrepid explorer of the imagination, Kaitrin McMullan, takes you on a whistle-stop tour of the world. Experience a new place... Read more…
  • Literary Walking Tours

    21 December 2017 - 21 December 2018

    CITY LITERARY WALKING TOURJoin Beverly Martens (owner of Dunedin Literary Walking Tours) for a fascinating and entertaining guided central city walk. Hear stories about well-known New Zealand writers; discover key sites in Dunedin’s rich literary... Read more…

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