InDigiNous - Urban Shaman Gallery

InDigiNous - Urban Shaman Gallery

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New Zealand Māori artists working within digital environments

01 December 2017 – 20 January 2018

Opening Reception: December 01, 2017 from 8pm to 11pm
Where: Urban Shaman Aboriginal Art Gallery, 203-290 McDermot Ave. Winnipeg, MB

Artists: Reweti Arapere, Hana Rakena, Rachael Rakena, Kereama Taepa, Suzanne Tamaki, Johnson Witehira, Rangituhia Hollis

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Salmonella Dub

Salmonella Dub

TBA / embargoed

Pasifika Festival 2018 WLG

Pasifika Festival 2018 WLG

Pasifika Festival 2018

12 noon–6pm Saturday 20 January 2018
Odlins Plaza

Experience the sights, sounds and flavours of the wider Pacific right here in Wellington.

There will be delicious food to buy, free family-friendly activities, and performances by traditional and contemporary Pacific artists.

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Waitangi Day WLG

Waitangi Day WLG

Performance Arcade

Performance Arcade

Using a series of architecturally arranged shipping containers, The Performance Arcade creates a series of spaces for installation, performance art, sonic art, interactive media, forums and live music. Opening onto the bustling life of the Wellington Waterfront, these sites of encounter engage the public in contemporary art and performance practices outside the familiar constraints of gallery or theatre spaces.


he Performance Arcade is an acclaimed live art event that attracts 40,000 people every year to Wellington Waterfront since 2011. Audiences come for an exciting and diverse program of art, live music, and performance, installed within a special architectural arrangement of shipping containers that are stacked and arranged together to create an innovative new space for performance and arts presentation. This miniature festival offers new encounters between artists and public, creating a vibrant hub that activates the city and exposes communities to new ideas and cultural perspectives. The free admission and waterfront location makes it accessible to a broad community, developing empowered audiences and participants in the creative and cultural life of the city.

WELLINGTON WATERFRONT 2011-2017
AUCKLAND AOTEA SQUARE 2011
3 NZ FRINGE FESTIVAL AWARDS

Homegrown 2018

Homegrown 2018

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Matariki installation

Matariki installation

TBA / embargoed