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Affetto is an early music group, which means we play music from the 16th and 17th centuries, on the old instruments from this time.

National
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Everyone needs art... But most art needs money! So at Boosted we're here to remove every possible barrier between artists and backers.

National
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Celebrate the change of season. A transformation from the last moments of summer to the first days of winter. CubaDupa brings all walks of life in an immersive experience to ‘get on up’ during the day or ‘get on down’ in the evening.

Wellington
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The Theatre is the Christchurch home to many of the national performing arts companies of New Zealand and is the preferred venue for many International touring shows, musicals, concerts, recitals, community and school events and children’s theatre.

Canterbury
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Explosive new theatre company Fractious Tash strides onto the Auckland Theatre scene with an electrifying production of Titus at Q theatre loft 29 May-8th June. Direction, Benjamin Henson. Performance, Paul Lewis, Cole Jenkins, James Roque, Eli Matthewson, Jason Hodzelmans, Jason Wu, and David Sutherland.

Auckland
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SHOW PONY is a creative stable that produces some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s finest independent theatre and dance performers and performances.

National
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Loading Docs is a unique New Zealand documentary initiative that aims to captivate and inspire audiences as well as develop and promote New Zealand filmmaking talent. Since launching in 2014 Loading Docs has touched audiences all over the world. Our films have been seen online, on TV, in film festivals... even on airplanes!

National
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Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu is in a striking building in the heart of Christchurch. We pride ourselves on being an important part of the cultural life of this city and of New Zealand as a whole – an attraction to which visitors return again and again.

Canterbury
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Andrew Moore is a former 1970’s New Zealand junior skateboarding champ who grew up in Birkenhead on Auckland’s North Shore. His background includes a series of underground skateboarding videos and fanzines released in the early 90’s under the ‘Yeah Bo’ banner.

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Established in 2011 to nurture the musings of Oliver Connew. Through dance and movement, Salted:Singlet promotes investigation, innovation, collaboration and cooperation.

Auckland
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Creative Nut on a Mission.. is quite a cool nickname. I got it awhile ago because I was always thinking up creative ideas and has heavy interest in social issues, like helping ex prostitutes in India learn a new skill to support themselves in a more honoured profession.

National
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Luke is one of the 24 students selected from over 5500 secondary students to be members of the prestigious Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company 2014 (SGCNZ YSC 2014).

Northland
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Luke is one of the 24 students selected from over 5500 secondary students to be members of the prestigious Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company 2014 (SGCNZ YSC 2014).

National
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Tim is one of the 24 students selected from over 5500 secondary students to be members of the prestigious Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company 2014 (SGCNZ YSC 2014). This group of young people, chosen to represent New Zealand, will travel to the UK from 4-23 July 2014, where they will undertake intensive theatre workshops and rehearsals culminating in the public performance of an hour of a Shakespeare play on stage at Shakespeare’s Globe, London.

National
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Image for Matthew Staijen

Matthew is one of the 24 students selected from over 5500 secondary students to be members of the prestigious Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company 2014 (SGCNZ YSC 2014).

National
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Tanaka is one of the 24 students selected from over 5500 secondary students to be members of the prestigious Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company 2014 (SGCNZ YSC 2014).

Taranaki
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Image for Dieneke Jansen & Jenny Gillam

Jenny Gillam and Dieneke Jansen are artists with a shared interest in concepts of nature as a social construct and the mediated ways in which urban dwellers experience it. Their work asks viewers to re-evaluate the urban environment that they might otherwise navigate without question on a regular basis.

International
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New Zealand artists are loved around the world, so much so that people are willing to dig deep to support them. We, at the Arts Foundation, think this is great. Being able to give a little, or a lot, means anyone and everyone can be involved in the arts.

National
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Image for Gabby O'Connor

Gabby O'Connor has exhibited in Japan, New Zealand, Canada, Holland, Australia and the UK and has had artist residencies in Melbourne, Sydney, Hiroshima and Wellington where she has been based for the past 12 years.

Wellington
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Image for Hamish Petersen

Hamish is one of the 24 students selected from over 5500 secondary students to be members of the prestigious Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company 2014 (SGCNZ YSC 2014).

Canterbury
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Image for Sian Torrington

I’m a visual artist and writer, and for many years I have also worked in community arts. I make colourful, expressive drawings and sculptures that are interested in the creative process, different forms of embodiment, and sensory, intuitive experience of the world.

Wellington
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WENDELL COOKE is a Wellington based film maker with a Master of Arts in Screenwriting. JEREMY MACEY is a Wellington based producer whose work includes the feature Hook, Line and Sinker (2011), and short films I'm Going To Mum's (Berlinale 2013) and Loner.

National
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