Vincents Gallery presents a solo exhibition of quilts by Gail Mahoney. The show will feature a collection of handmade quilts by Gail, with many of them available for sale. Keep Reading
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Eight dancers and eight practitioners both tuakana and teina, explore the multi-layered dimensions of human experience, symbolsied by the eight tentacles of the mighty Te Wheke in this explosive new contemporary dance work. Te Wheke refers to the Octopus, our guardian on this long journey from past into future, activating healing now in this time. Keep Reading
Arts Access Aotearoa is calling for applications for grants to the Winton and Margaret Bear Charitable Trust. The grants will support the development of talented young artists living in the Wellington region who face barriers in pursuing their artistic potential. Keep Reading
We invite you to join us for Arts Access Aotearoa's Annual General Meeting on Friday 21 May 2021, followed by a presentation from Jacqui Moyes and the Home Ground Collective. Keep Reading
Michael Houston & the Rodger Fox Big Band perform at the Wellington Jazz Festival Keep Reading
Auckland creative space Circability will host Aotearoa’s first Youth Circus Festival in early May and hopes it will become an annual event. The festival is aimed at young people aged 12 to 24 years and will be held during Youth Week 2021. Keep Reading
Artists and practitioners interested in social justice and working with women in the justice system are invited to apply for a place in the Home Ground artist training hui, to be held in Wellington on 21 and 22 May. Keep Reading
Studying drama at The University of Manchester in the UK felt a bit meaningless to me until I did a practical training course about working in prisons and spent time with people for whom Theatre in Prisons and Probation Services (TiPP) had played a significant role in their recovery journeys. Keep Reading
To celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day, on May 2nd, the Urban Art Foundation are presenting the 'Embrace the Dawn Chorus' exhibition dedicated to New Zealand’s birdlife. Keep Reading
This event is based on the well-known 'Dancing with the Stars' but on this occasion, all the dancers at this event will be amateurs ... Keep Reading
After a delayed release due to the February Auckland lockdown, Wellington-shot anthology film ‘Encounters’ will premiere for one night only at The Embassy Theatre on Wednesday 28 April followed by an On Demand release via Vimeo and the New Zealand Film Commission’s OnDemand platform NZ Film OnDemand immediately following the screening. Keep Reading
An award-winning play, Up Down Girl, the story of a young woman with Down syndrome leaving home for the first time, will open at Wellington’s Circa Theatre on 20 April after a sell-out season in Palmerston North in 2020. Keep Reading