3. Celebrate Samoa Language Week
Experience vibrant performances and connect with friends and whānau at a day out with our Pacific communities. On Saturday 4 June, you can check out a performance from the Anamua Fou Dance Group at the Wellington Museum at 12pm, followed by food and crafts at Kilbirnie Recreation Centre from 1.304pm. See programme details on the website.
4. Check out the latest light box exhibition
It’s the perfect time to take a trip into the city and see Whakapapa Te Pō Te Ao by Tanya Ruka, the latest exhibition in the Courtenay Place light boxes series. Running for Matariki 2022 until 18 September, the light boxes have been transformed into a series of digitally woven pouwhenua. Find out more on the light box website.
5. Dive into the Queer Arts Festival
The first-ever Queer Arts Festival is running until Sunday 5 June! Supported by Wellington Creative Communities funding, Queer AF will feature more than 60 queer artists in a dozen events, including drag, poetry, circus, music, literature, burlesque, and more. There's something for everyone. The full programme is available at www.queeraf.nz.