125 Elliot St
Howick, Auckland 2014
This Event is part of the Arts Out East Festival 2018
View stunning original artworks by local artist Lindy Fisher and discover the story of 733 Polish children invited to NZ during WW2. Watch Poles Apart and peruse the galleries.
Hear an introductory talk about the Stefania Dancing Slippers artworks by Lindy Fisher, book written by Jennifer Beck.
Open to individuals and small groups.
Price is $10 per person. Sorry no eftpos available, receipt given.
Bookings not required.
‘Poles Apart’ (1 hour) tells the poignant story and background of 733 Polish children and 102 adults who came to live in Pahiatua, New Zealand, 1944. These survivors were forcibly deported from Poland to Russia during World War 2 then evacuated to Persia during a short amnesty. They eventually found a home in New Zealand.