Upcoming Events

We can't wait to share with you, all the  amazing accessible events throughout Aotearoa in 2022!  

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

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Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

GrandHorizons NZSL Interpreted Performance.jpg

Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

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Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

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Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

GrandHorizons NZSL Interpreted Performance.jpg

Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

Te Tairawhiti Arts Festival NZSL Interpreted Event.png

Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

A Focus on Australia & Canada Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted Event  .jpg

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

GrandHorizons NZSL Interpreted Performance.jpg

Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

Te Tairawhiti Arts Festival NZSL Interpreted Event.png

Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

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Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

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Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

Te Tairawhiti Arts Festival NZSL Interpreted Event.png

Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

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Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

GrandHorizons NZSL Interpreted Performance.jpg

Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

Te Tairawhiti Arts Festival NZSL Interpreted Event.png

Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

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Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

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Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

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Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

CREATIVE NZ - ONLINE 

NZ Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Virtual Opening 

 

CNZ NZSL Interpreted Event

Monday 20 April, 2022 | 6:00pm NZST

NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Don't miss the chance to get the first glimpse of Yuki Kihara's 'Paradise Camp', New Zealand's presentation at the Venice Biennale, curated by Natalie King.

This event is made possible with the support of Auckland Live and presented in partnership with The Big Idea.

The live stream will be NZSL interpreted, recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

Facebook and Youtube Live-stream 

http://ow.ly/cBJI50IN3Eg

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Tāwāh : Panel Discussion - A Focus on Australia and Canada

 

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Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

Join representatives from APAM (Australia Performing Arts Market) and CAPACOA (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) alongside Indigenous performing artists from each country for a knowledge sharing session. Explore work from each country through OneMinute Pitches while also hearing current conversations like how the pandemic is shifting the state of the arts and what opportunities are out there for Aotearoa/New Zealand artists.

Facilitated by Dolina Wehipeihana (Kaiārahi Māori – PANNZ, General Manager – Kia Mau Festival) with panellists Catherine Jones (Director – APAM), Judy Harquail (International Market Development Consultant & Strategist – CAPACOA), Margaret Grenier (Executive & Artistic Director – Dancers of Damelahamid), and Jasmin Sheppard (Choreographer – Preparing Ground).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

Tuesday 1 March, 2022  | 8:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

What does it mean be accessible to all? Makers of The Super Special Disability Roadshow, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company (Scotland), join local leaders in the Aotearoa arts access space to chat.

 

The discussion will centre on how accessibility impacts everyone, what positive changes are needed for more inclusive spaces, and what it means to be a disability-led arts organisation.

 

Facilitated by Arts Access Aotearoa, the panel includes spokespeople from Touch Compass and Tim Bray Theatre Company, alongside our Scottish friends.

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

PANNZ ARTS MARKET - ONLINE 

Wānanga Ara Hou: Panel Discussion - Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally

 

Alternative Ways of Touring & Presenting Internationally Panel Discussion NZSL Interpreted

Wednesday 2 March, 2022  | 1:00pm 

Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

 

 

As limits on physical international travel and touring continue, artists are innovating and finding new ways to work, present, tour, and collaborate internationally. Hear from a panel of local and international artists who talk about their practice in the digital, hybrid, and remote collaboration spaces.

 

Facilitated by Gabrielle Vincent (Artistic Director – Tauranga Arts Festival) with panellists Ron Berry (Executive Director & Artistic Director – Fusebox Festival, USA), Julia Croft (Live Artist & Theatre Maker), Andy Field (Co-Director – Forest Fringe, UK), Ross McCormack (Choreographer – Muscle Mouth), and Rosabel Tan (Director – Satellites).

If you’re keen to attend this online panel discussion

 please email  tim@pannz.org.nz 

GRAND HORIZONS  

Auckland Theatre Company

 

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Saturday 5 March, 2022  | 2:00pm 

NZSL Interpreted Performance 

ASB Waterfront Theatre, Wynyard Quarter

 

 

Grand Horizons is a hit Broadway comedy about a family pursuing love and happiness at different stages of their lives. The play begins when Nancy tells her husband of fifty years that she wants a divorce. Their two grown-up sons are shocked and will do anything to try to fix the situation.

 

Grand Horizons is a heart-warming intergenerational comedy led by acting legends Roy Billing and Annie Whittle, and is directed by Jennifer Ward-Lealand.

To book Access Tickets:

Email: boxoffice@atc.co.nz

ATC Box Office via NZ Relay: 0800 282 849

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - General Online Q & A

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 8 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our first of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into audiences in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Senior Advisor for Audience Development & Capability Building, Helen Khoey and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 8 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

TE TAIRAWHITI ARTS FESTIVAL

Te Ara I Te Matihiko - Access & Inclusion in The Performing Arts

 

Te Tairawhiti Arts Festival NZSL Interpreted Event.png

Monday 14 March, 2022  10:00am 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival is hosting a series of wānanga, Te Ara i te Matihiko Toi, to support local artists with digital tools and information.

For our last wānanga of the series, we have brought together a talented and diverse panel to have a kōrero on the important and meaningful topic of access, inclusion, and participation within the performing arts.

Facilitated by Ruth Smith (she/her), we are honoured to have in our panel, Pelenakeke Brown (she/her), Nikolai Talamahina (he/him), Janaye Henry (she/her), Stace Robertson (he/they), Todd Karehana (he/him), and Brady Peeti (she/her).

This is a great opportunity for artists and organisations to hear a panel of artists with diverse perspectives have a kōrero on access and inclusion within their arts practice, and how they’ve each navigated barriers in order to sustain themselves within it. Beneficial for both organisations and individuals - learn ways to reduce the barriers within your own organisation, how to find a community of artists who support you, and how others have found success within the Performing Arts industry.

A critical conversation within the Arts industry, join us on Zoom for this free, online wānanga on Monday 14th March from 10am-12:15pm
 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: https://bit.ly/3pJWyfD

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

The stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers'

 

The Stories behind the dressing 'The Panthers' AucklandArt Gallery Image credit Kerry Brow

Monday 14 March, 2022  7:00pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

Jess Molina, writer, blogger and New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador in conversation with Sammy Salsa, fashion stylist and the Costume Designer for the TVNZ hit show The Panthers.  Hear about the clothes and inspiration for the show, and how topical this is right now in Aotearoa. 

 

Sammy Salsa has quickly become Aoteaora’s leading stylist. He’s a master of his craft, balancing the tightrope perfectly between the worlds of high fashion, commercial and television/cinema projects.  

 

An incredible attention to detail, breadth of knowledge and soft demeanour has led to Sammy often keying multiple jobs simultaneously.  A passion for high fashion has Sammy being one of New Zealand’s most sought after editorial stylists. His work gracing the pages of fashion publications Remix, Fashion Quarterly, Viva and was the in-house fashion editorial stylist at Mindfood Style Magazine. 

 

Born and raised in Mount Roskill to Samoan immigrant parents, Sammy has always seen fashion as more than just clothes - "I' see myself as more than just a fashion stylist, I'm a storyteller, and I tell stories through clothes" 

 

Jess Molina is the founder of lifestyle website loudlyquietly.com, a New Zealand Fashion Week ambassador, and a pioneer of what it means to have influence in this day and age.


 

 Zoom webinar registration page, found here: 

www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/event/the-stories-behind-dressing-the-panthers

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Maori-Focused Zui

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 15 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our second of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Maori audiences and the market for nga toi Maori (Maori Arts) in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

 If you are wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand's Arts Practice Director - Maori, fKereama Te Ua and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 15 March, 2022

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://facebook.com/events/s/zui-maori-audiences-and-the-ma/216465537273905/

If you'd prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnMoEmN-uMo

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

Audience Atlas Aotearoa - Pasifika-focused Zono

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Tuesday 22 March, 2022  | 9:30am 

 Facebook Live  and YouTube - NZSL Interpreted Event

Join us for our third of three live streams about audiences in Aotearoa.  Interested  in hearing the latest insights into Pasifika audiences and the market for Pacific Art in Aotearoa? 

Come along to an essential Q & A for arts organisations, artists and arts practitioners alike. With the help of our research partner Morris Hargreaves McIntyre we've accumulated a wealth of audience data and insights (every three ears since 2011) and are excited to tell you more about the fourth edition , Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020.

 

If you’re wanting ideas to increase audience engagement and help with audience strategies and programming, join Creative New Zealand’s Arts Practice Director - Pacific, Paul Lisi and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre co-founder Andrew McIntyre in conversation on Tuesday 22 March, 9:30am – 11:00am on Facebook Live and Youtube.

As well as giving you an overview and sharing some of the most fascinating research insights there wll be time for attendees to ask questions.

https://www.facebook.com/events/356791176278706

If you prefer to watch on Youtube, you can do so here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYP-mFMqWJk

CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND 

   Live Talanoa - Yuki Kihara & NZ Pavilion Curators 

 

CreativeNZ NZSL Interpreted Event.jpg

Wednesday 23 March, 2022  6:30pm 

 Zoom Platform - NZSL Interpreted Event

The countdown to the Biennale Arte (Venice Biennale) is on! Tune in to this live event exactly one month ahead of the New Zealand Pavilion opening at the world’s largest and most prestigious international contemporary art exhibition. 

 

NZ at Venice, in partnership with Auckland Live and The Big Idea invites audiences to come together for a special, live talanoa with:

 

 Yuki Kihara, New Zealand’s artist for the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Biennale Arte 2022)

Professor Natalie King, Curator NZ Pavilion 

 Ioana Gordon-Smith, Assistant Pasifika Curator NZ Pavilion

 

Yuki Kihara’s ‘Paradise Camp’ is the politically urgent and creatively astute project curated by Natalie King for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Biennale.

 

Ahead of the opening on 23 April, Yuki, Natalie and Ioana will talk about ‘Paradise Camp’, share how they got to this momentous occasion, and more. 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with the trio in real-time. 

 

During the live stream, viewers can submit questions using the comment threads on Facebook and YouTube. The live stream will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to join.

 

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity via Facebook and YouTube.  

Facebook: ow.ly/HU9C50IlhhF

AUCKLAND THEATRE COMPANY 

  Scenes From a Yellow Peril 

 

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Saturday  25  June 2022 | 8:00pm 

ASB Waterfront Theatre 

 NZSL Interpreted Performance

Scenes from a Yellow Peril is a show about the everyday racism East-Asian New Zealanders experience in Aotearoa. The show is made up of personal, political and sometime humorous scenes told through live music and poetry written by award-winning playwright Nathan Joe.


Scenes from a Yellow Peril is not a traditional play and can be confronting, but it has a powerful message on race and identity.

To Book Tickets:  

https://www.atc.co.nz