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Monuments of Hope is a mental health inspired art exhibition that shows the pain, struggle, beauty and hope in recovery.
Freshmans Dance Crew have qualified for the HHI World Hip Hop Dance Championships. Help get 12 young people get to the USA to represent Aotearoa!
We love our Wellington circus family and want everyone to be a part of it, so we are making updates to our space that make everyone feel more welcome!
The Archibald Baxter Peace Garden is a project of national significance to honour those conscientious objectors and their legacy of principled resistance to war
A film exploring how everyone's lives are as complex as our own.
We are Ura Tabu Pacific Dance. A wahine lead dance collective made up of a diverse range of Pacific dance practitioners.
A corporate think tank team is asked to design the unthinkable. Are they creating something that will save humanity or part of something monstrous?
After a successful inaugural exhibition in 2017 we bring the second Nocturnal Projections and Other Small Happenings, a biennial exhibition of sound and light.
She's a maniac, MANIAC on tour.
Chevron Hassett and Robert Laking, two emerging artists based in Wellington. We are looking for help producing a new exhibition at firstdraft gallery Sydney.
A father struggles to raise his 11 year old son the right way, as they live as fugitives committing a series of armed robberies through rural New Zealand.
Queer choreographic artist val smith has been awarded a scholarship to attend the 7th IDOCDE Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education in Vienna in July 2019!
INHERITANCE is a funny and provocative enquiry into inequality in NZ. This Māori-Pākehā collaboration about wealth, embodiment and belonging debuts in July.
THE MIDDLE WIFE - A Ghost Story
A Short Film produced by Kahra Scott-James & Tanya M. Wheeler. Written by Tanya.
The Eastern Southland Gallery is raising funds to complete the third stage of its regionally and nationally significant art centre development.
Read My Lips is a new devised show that will be on at the basement theatre July 16th - 27th.