Palmerston North (N.Z.)
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Poster advertising 1989 Orientation festival at Massey University. Includes cartoon drawing of various characters looking crazy. Also includes the text: 'Also thanks to...The National Bank of New Zealand Limited, The Carlton Hotel Cuba St, Palmerston North, Bank of New Zealand, Telecom Central'. Also includes the logos of DB Draught Beer, The National Bank and BNZ. Also includes the words: 'Chris Knox done this'.
Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand rock group Blerta. Includes a drawing of a bus with loudspeakers on the roof, and a guitar protuding from the window. Also includes a list of venues and dates of performances.
Poster advertising the 1988 Universities Winter Sports Tournament at Massey University. Also includes the texts: 'Basketball, Badminton, Cross Country, Debating, Hockey, Indoor Cricket, Karate, Netball, Rugby League, Small-bore shooting, Soccer, Squash, Women's Rugby. Entry open to all members of NZUSU. Held under the rules and regulations of NZUSU. Contact your local sports officer.' Includes logos of BNZ and NZUSU. There is a large logo of the tournament in the center of the poster.
Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand rock band Split Enz. Also includes the texts: 'Dunedin Regent Theatre - Wednesday Sept. 7th, Christchurch Town Hall - Thursday Sept. 8th, Wellington Opera House - Saturday Sept. 10th,
Palmerston Nth. Regent Theatre - Sun. Sept. 11th, Auckland Town Hall - Thursday Sept. 15th. Bookings at normal agencies. Their third sensational album - "Dizrythmia". Mushroom recording artists'. Also includes the logos of Mushroom Records and Qantas.
Four New Zealand Poets : Sam Hunt, Hone Tuwhare, Alan Brunton, Denis Glover - Itinerary., -03-29/-05-03
Poster advertising a tour by four New Zealand poets. Includes a drawing of a mouth & nose, and an ear. Also includes the texts: 'With compositions from Alan Smythe and Wystan Curnow'. Also includes a description of the tour, an itinerary and a list of prices.
Poster advertising a tour of a performance titled Ghost Rite. Includes a drawing of a boat carrying a pharoah, a strongman, a clown, a trapeze artist, a wizard, a fortune-teller, and a musician. The drawing is signed 'Joe'. Also includes the texts: 'Red Mole Beaver Country Flyers & Guests. 25th 26th Feb, His Majestys Theatre, Auckland. 28th Feb Founders Theatre Hamilton. 2nd Mar, Opera House, Palmerston Nth [crossed out]. 4th 5th Opera House Wellington'.
Poster advertising a series of Palmerston North performances of the play Hooters, Trumpets and Raspberries. Includes various coloured shapes. Also includes the texts: 'Centrepoint Theatre, Restaurant. Aug. 29 - Sep. 26. ph. 86983. With the support of the QEII Arts Council of New Zealand. Special thanks to the Olympian Gym for assistance with the production'.
Poster advertising the 1988 Massey University Orientation Festival. The poster is an abstract, cubist-style painting that includes images of a stringed instrument, a face, a bottle and musical notation.
Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand rock group The Moon. Includes drawings of the moon with the face of a man. Blue copy.
Poster advertising a tour of New Ticket. Includes a drawing of two human-like figures with animal legs, and an eye in the centre of a bullseye. Also includes the texts: 'Foot-stomping, floor-shaking rock. Dunedin Fri, 1 June. Ch.Ch. Sat 2 June. Well Tues 5. Palm.N. Wed 6. Hamilton Thurs 7. Auck Sunday 10.' Also includes the signature: C. Grosz.
Poster advertising the Australian film 'Pure S' touring New Zealand campuses. Includes green & white images from the film. Also includes a detailed description of the film, quotes taken from various magazine reviews, and a list of sceening times and places. Also includes the texts: 'Restricted to registered tertiary students eighteen years and over. Censors warning: Some people may be offended by the use of language in this film.'
'Rampant Stupidity' : Los Trios Ringbarkus, Manawatu Art Gallery 8.30 Tuesday 19 April., -04-19
Poster advertising a Palmerston North performance by Australian comedy duo Los Trios Ringbarkus. Includes a black and white photograph of Los Trios Ringbarkus. Also includes the texts: '"They are the funniest thing in the world." National Times Australia. Book C & C. With the assistance ot the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council'.
Poster advertising the 1987 Massey University Orientation Festival.
Includes an abstract, cubist-style cartoon drawing of two figures dancing. The drawing also includes depictions of an aeroplane, a steamship and bottles.
Poster advertising a 1987 Orientation tour by New Zealand rock bands Sneaky Feelings and The Verlaines. Includes a drawing of a mountain range, stars and the moon. A compass is floating above the mountain range. Also includes the texts: ' Auckland - Galaxy Fri 27 Feb, Waikato University Mon 2 Mar, Massey University Tues 3 Mar, Victoria University Wed 4 Mar, Otago University Fri 6 Mar, Canterbury Sat 7 Mar. Thanks to N.Z.S.A.C.'
Songs and Stories from The Front Lawn with Don McGlashan + Harry Sinclair, Winter Tour 1985., 1985-07-05/1985-08-03
Double-sided poster advertising a 1985 tour by New Zealand rock band The Front Lawn. The front side includes a drawing of two men's heads and an electric guitar on grass. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of the QEII Arts Council'. The reverse side includes a description of the band, the performers and the show, along with a list of dates, times and venues of performances (including: Fortune Theatre Studio, State Trinity Theatre, CafÃ© Pacific, Fez, at the Southern Cross)
Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock bands Three Leaning Men and The Pterodactyls. Includes an outline image of a pterodactyl and three stick figures. Also includes the texts: 'Meltdown Records. Thanks to the N.Z. Railways & the Students Arts Council of N.Z.'