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In 2017, a mural by Auckland graffiti artist Haser was installed in the Civic Administration Building courtyard after the Beats and Brushes festival. It was a gift from the artist to the Palmerston North City Council.

In November 2017, Paul Dibble's bronze sculpture 'The Garden' (2002), was temporarily exhibited in the CAB courtyard. The following year the sculpture was permanently installed in Havelock North.

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Object type
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Date
April 20, 2018
Digitisation ID
COMM1524197764
Format
Born Digital
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