The Christchurch Art Show held a preview evening at the Air Force Museum as part of the South Island’s largest art sales event of the year. Attendees were able to view and buy original quality art from hundreds of established and emerging New Zealand artists.
Lena Harrington, the CEO of Accessman, held an evening at the The Dirty Land to expand its new campaign, ”Have you got the height”.
The Canterbury Employer’s Chamber of Commerce held Inspire Canterbury at the Air Force Museum. Attendees learnt the secrets to success from some of New Zealand’s top innovators and entrepreneurs.
The Christchurch Art Show held an evening in the QB Studios in Addington to present the 24 finalists, which had been judged by David Woodings.
The Civic Trust held an evening to celebrate the relaunch of the new edition of the “Civic Pride Civic Trust” book written by Canterbury historian, John Wilson.
Cork Productions “Stolen Movie”, the original brain child of Cantabrian Emily Corcoran, held an evening to celebrate her mother’s, Merryn Corcoran, birthday and the start of shooting after the five year delay because of the Christchurch earthquakes.