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      • Futuna Annual Open Day and Talk 2021
        • 2 Mar 2021
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • FUTUNA ANNUAL OPEN DAY – SUNDAY 11th APRIL 2021 PROGRAMME 11:00am Chapel is open to the public 11:30am Chapel Tour by Nick Bevin (co-editor of the book ‘Futuna – The Life of a Building’ 2:00pm WOSOSI Choir 3:00pm Talk by architect Craig Moller 4:00pm Chapel closes.
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      • Colours of Futuna – Concert Series 2021
        • 2 Mar 2021
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • Wellington concert series at Futuna Chapel Colours of Futuna Summer Concert Series Sunday afternoons at 2pm, 21 March – 30 May, 2021 Chapel of Futuna, 67 Futuna Close (off Friend Street), Karori A series of concerts of exceptional musicians from Wellington has been assembled for the 2021 Colours of Futuna Concert Series.
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      • Futuna Lecture Series 2021
        • 2 Mar 2021
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • FUTUNA LECTURE SERIES 2021 Last year we were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Futuna Guest Lecturer 2020, architect Francis Kéré, Many voluntary hours had gone into the inviting, enticing of Francis to this event, as well as all the co-ordination.
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      • Futuna Chapel Open Sundays 2021
        • 2 Mar 2021
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • Futuna Chapel Open Sundays 2021 The Trust is pleased to confirm that the programme of having the Chapel open on the first Sunday of the month will continue throughout 2021.
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      • Futuna Chapel Open Day 2020
        • 10 Feb 2020
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • FUTUNA ANNUAL OPEN DAY – PUBLIC TALK RON BROWNSON   Ron Brownson is Senior Curator New Zealand and Pacific Art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
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      • Colours of Futuna – Concert Series 2020
        • 26 Jan 2020
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • Futuna Chapel will host a series of nine Sunday afternoon concerts from 22 March to 24 May 2020 The John Scott-designed chapel is regarded as a brilliant essay in geometry and coloured light and its design also lends itself to producing special acoustic qualities.
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      • Futuna Chapel Open Sundays 2020
        • 26 Jan 2020
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The Trust is pleased to confirm that the programme of having the Chapel open on the first Sunday of the month will continue throughout 2020.
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      • Latest Newsletter
        • 25 Oct 2019
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • Downloaded our latest newsletter here: Futuna Newsletter_A5_Oct2019_WEB  
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      • Futuna Lecturer for 2020 – Francis Kéré
        • 28 Aug 2019
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The internationally-acclaimed architect Francis Kéré garnered critical praise from the beginning of his architectural practice when awarded the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture (2004) for his first-ever building – a school he designed, raised the funds for and realised in collaboration with the residents of his native Gando, Burkina Faso.
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      • Futuna Lecturer for 2020 – Francis Kéré
        • 28 Aug 2019
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The internationally-acclaimed architect Francis Kéré garnered critical praise from the beginning of his architectural practice when awarded the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture (2004) for his first-ever building – a school he designed, raised the funds for and realised in collaboration with the residents of his native Gando, Burkina Faso.
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      • Colours of Futuna – Concert Series March 2019
        • 22 Feb 2019
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • Futuna Chapel will host a series of nine Sunday afternoon concerts from 10 March to 12 May 2019 The John Scott-designed chapel is regarded as a brilliant essay in geometry and coloured light and its design also lends itself to producing special acoustic qualities.
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      • Futuna Chapel Open Sundays 2019
        • 22 Feb 2019
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The Trust is pleased to confirm that the programme of having the Chapel open on the first Sunday of the month will continue throughout 2019.
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      • Futuna Chapel Open Sundays 2019
        • 22 Feb 2019
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The Trust is pleased to confirm that the programme of having the Chapel open on the first Sunday of the month will continue throughout 2019.
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      • Slavic Sounds by Vox Serbicus
        • 30 Jul 2014
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • Sunday 10th August, 3:00pm – 5:00pm Vox Serbicus present: a collection of Slavic a cappella sacred and folk music, including a number of pieces never performed in Southern Hemisphere before! Vox Serbicus is a Wellington based a cappella choir founded by Serbian enthusiasts more than 10 years ago.
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      • GUEST LECTURER FOR FUTUNA LECTURE SERIES 2014 ANNOUNCED
        • 1 Dec 2013
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The guest lecturer for the 2014 Futuna Lecture Series is Swiss born, Irish educated and London based architect Niall McLaughlin. He was awarded Young British Architect of the Year in 1998 and is a visiting Professor of Architecture at University … Continue reading →
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      • GUEST LECTURER FOR FUTUNA LECTURE SERIES 2014 ANNOUNCED
        • 11 Aug 2013
        • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
        • The guest lecturer for the 2014 Futuna Lecture Series is Swiss born, Irish educated and London based architect Niall McLaughlin. He was awarded Young British Architect of the Year in 1998 and is a visiting Professor of Architecture at University … Continue reading →
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