Thursday March 15, 2018
EASTER weekend Lloyd Kelly Jewellers & Watchmakers On Now
VISUAL DIALOGUES an exhibition of portraiture and still life by Tatyana Kulida
Ring Sizing & Repairs Watch Batteries - Fitted While You Wait Watch Straps Fitted We Sell Olympic, Citizen, Astina & Timex Watches
until March 26 The Kiwi Art House Gallery Open Tue - Sun 288 Cuba St Wellington - top of Cuba by Webb St ph 3853083 • www.kiwiarthouse.co.nz
Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm Sat 10am-1pm 119 Riddiford Street, Newtown
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(ENGAGEMENT RINGS & WEDDING BANDS), and specializing in re-makes and repairs. We fit watch batteries and straps, often while you wait, and repair many brands of watches. We sell Olympic, Citizen, Astina, Timex and Storm watches, and a good range of Rings, silver jewellery, and NZ greenstone. For that little extra care and attention give us a call, 04 389 2085.
The Kiwi Art House Gallery The Kiwi Art House Gallery’s current exhibition is VISUAL DIALOGUES, portraits and still life by Tatyana Kulida, a Russian born artist who trained at the Art Academy in Florence Italy. For the last two years she has been living
in Wellington where she runs her own studio gallery and teaches classical portrait painting. Tatyana has exhibited in the USA where she lived after leaving Russia, and has two of her works in USA museum collections.
Getting Clucky Clucky the Easter egg laying chicken is making a repeat performance at Wellington Museum - laying her treats over the Easter period. Previously part of Wellington department store Kirkcaldie & Stains’ Easter display, Clucky delighted shoppers every Easter by laying Easter Eggs in exchange for a tip. Clucky has come to Wellington Museum after being acquired as part of Museums Wellington’s collection, alongside a range of objects from Kirkcaldie & Stains after its closure. With the Kirkcaldie & Stains exhibit now a permanent display at Wellington Museum, the return of Clucky is welcome, even if only for the Easter break. From Friday 30 March to Monday 2nd April, between 1– 3pm, visitors to Wellington Museum can once again fetch an Easter egg from Clucky for a gold coin donation. With the great success of last year’s event where many Wellingtonians visited the Museum to see Clucky and receive an Easter Egg – Wellington Museum are continuing with this Easter tradition – as Paul Thompson, Deputy Director of Museums Wellington adds; “Clucky must be the oldest hen in
Wellington. For years she happily distributed Easter Eggs to children at Kirks, now sadly closed. But she seems to enjoy her new home at Wellington Museum and looks forward to seeing her little (and not so little now) friends again”.
Cook Strait News 15-03-18