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OTAGO WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
ENTRIES OPEN THIS SUNDAY
Celebrating its 21st anniversary, the Otago Wildlife Photography Competition is opening this week! Over the past two decades, this competition has attracted some of Otago's finest amateur photographers, celebrating the beauty, wonder, and power of the natural world. We’re looking forward to seeing what Otago has in store for us this time.
Plant (14 and under / 15 and over)
Animal (14 and under / 15 and over)
Human Impact on the Environment (all ages)
Pets (14 and under)
Night Skies (all ages)
Video: Wildlife in Action (all ages)
Think you've got what it takes? Then it's time to get out there with your camera and start snapping!
Head to otagomuseum.nz/OWPC for full competition terms and conditions.
Entries open from 12pm, Sunday 1 March until 9am, 30 June 2020.
|Top image: Craig McKenzie|
Bottom images: Giverny Forbes and Toby Dickson
Thirst for Knowledge:
Listen to Marcelo Rodriguez Ferrere, Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Otago, explain how our animal welfare system works, how animals are represented within the law, and the successes and shortcomings of the system.
5.30pm, Tuesday 25 February
Ombrellos Bar and Kitchen
The Physiology of Love
Love, loss, and grief can be a bumpy ride, causing both physical and emotional pain.
But can you really die of a broken heart?
Three experts discuss the physiology of love and grief, love hormones, stress hormones, and emotions.
5.30pm, Thursday 27 February
Children's Day @ OM
Join the OM team for face painting, balloons, popcorn, and board games. Get your hands busy crafting at the Mini-Makerspace, and from 2.30pm, enjoy some ice cream-inspired science experiments.
Remember, there are galleries to explore too… Grab a gallery trail, your family, and friends, and have fun!
1pm – 4pm, Sunday 1 March
Atrium Level 1
Museum of Broken Relationships
The Museum of Broken Relationships holds stories of lost connections, broken ties, friendships failed, and the objects that symbolise them.
MoBR gently holds what it means to be human, and the most important part of our experience of life: love for, and connection to, one another.
Open until 15 March 2020
1877 Gallery | bit.ly/BrokenShipsNZ