Everyone needs art... But most art needs money! So at Boosted we're here to remove every possible barrier between artists and backers.
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Seeking support for the NZ premiere production of an extraordinary new play. Written by Tatty Hennessy, performed by Lani Swann, directed by Ellie Swann.
Artist Elekis Poblete Teirney is representing New Zealand at the Prague Quadrennial. She will be exhibiting two light installations.
Sixteen is a coming-of-age short film about Korean-New Zealand teenager Yaejin, her first love with the charming Wes, and coming to terms with her fantasies of
MANU- a project-based Pacific dance collective- are taking 29 young, talented performers to represent NZ in both Hawai'i and Macau, China during July, 2019!!
Boost Jennifer Ward-Lealand, Shane Bosher & Robin Kelly and help make DELICIOUS OBLIVION. This wild rejig of the Berlin cabaret songbook premieres in June.
Acquiring a Mailander proofing press will enable Auckland Print Studio to greatly increase our printmaking services to the greater contemporary arts community.
MATERIALISED aims to promote a young, emerging group of artists from New Zealand and give them a platform to display their work in an established art gallery.
Stolen Stories is a contemporary fusion dance work reflecting on the complexities of life after phosphate mining in Banaba.
Fleshies is a celebration of all bodies. A call to action. A casting aside of the boxes in which we have been put based purely on the way we look.
In September of this year I will join the Exerce Master of Choreography programme in Montpellier, France.
We're headed to China, but we need your support! Help us show off New Zealand to the 200 million viewers of the Shanghai Tourism Festival, and more!
This fascinating biography tells of some Irish émigrés and Kiwi lads who teamed up to take homeland singalongs onto the public stage.
GIRLS ROCK! PŌNEKE
Fosca is a low-resolution investigation of high technology – through my studio art practice and a series of collaborative community workshops.
Colour Me Cecily is written and performed by Bea Lee-Smith, directed by Hilary Norris. Our season is from May 24-26 at The Dowse, Lower Hutt at 7.30pm.
Help get a group of students from Long Bay College to perform at the SGCNZ National Shakespeare Competition!