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Help emerging fashion designer Julia Palm show her collection at New Zealand Fashion Week
Blackbird Ensemble's latest creation "The Afterlife"
features 10 musicians journeying into a world after death.
Help support the creation of this innovative new work.
NZPA presents LINKS as their graduation performance. A mix of choreographed and improvised dance, classic and self-devised script work.
Support Emerging Artists!
We need your help to grow our company and be able to reach more people with our tours, shows and workshops.
Singer/songwriter leaves a life behind.
Tours NZ for over a year.
Ends up on stage with a music icon.
Come and see what happens next...
'My Brother Mitchell' is a short film inspired by real people, memories and dreams. Written and directed by Todd Karehana.
THE NATIVE SLAM brought together 15 established Indigenous filmmakers to make 5 beautiful short films. We need your help to share these films with the World.
This wild, anarchic and poetic feminist performance is heading to Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
‘Inscape - In Lights’ will be a live music performance, and the first public performance of material from composer Lauren King’s debut album ‘Inscape’.
Support ceramic artist Sarah Rossiter in fulfilling her dream of attending an artist residency in Oaxaca, Mexico.
When the Earth Speaks... Who Will Listen? RESET is a Children's Sci Fi Web Series about a young Maori boy who must find a way to save the planet.
From performing in a hot water cupboard to top Edinburgh stage in just 1 year! This show is on the fast track for success, be a part of getting it there.
The third short film for director, Carolyn Beaver, this drama shows two people from different walks of life finding compassion in extremity.
Quintessential kiwi theatre. Iconic NZ songs. Help send the critically acclaimed indie-pop cabaret Daffodils to the world’s most famous arts festival.
LOVE N STUFF is a new play presented by Prayas Theatre. A non-profit
organisation engaged in producing Indian theatre in English for a
In reclaiming our sacredness as women we are restoring the balance. We invite you to take a journey with us, and navigate the tides of womanhood together.