In the wake of the 15 March mosque attacks, there was an outpouring of love, support and solidarity from the community, country and all around the world. Tributes of all kinds have been gifted to our city.
In partnership with the Canterbury Muslim Community Trust, Canterbury Museum, the Botanic Gardens and Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū we have collected these tributes and will carefully display many of them to showcase the phenomenal display of love and kindness.
Tributes of Aroha will open on Friday 13 September from 5.30pm to 6pm with guest speakers from the Muslim and civic community, followed by an opportunity to view the tributes until 9pm.
Everyone is welcome to attend the display and opening event.