Photo by Mikel Taylor (Waitangi Day 2014. ) Celebrate national day with friends and whānau at Waitangi Park. There will be kai and kapa haka, live music to keep you entertained. Te Rā o Waitangi Monday 6 February 2017 2 noon–6pm, Waitangi Park Wellington waterfront For Information Click:TeRāoWaitangi
The Pasifika Film Festival is coming to New Zealand Over 20 Amazing Pasifika Films! AUCKLAND Wednesday 15TH February 2017 Sunday 19TH February 2017 WELLINGTON Thursday 23RD February Sunday 26TH February 2017 (Ticket and venue info to be announced shortly. For more Information Click:Pasifika Film Fest
The Northland Pasifika Fusion Festival 2016 is about celebrating our unique Pasifika individuality and inspiring and empowering our Pasifika community. The pair wanted to ensure their Northland tour would take in the festival, which was staged for the first time last year and was a huge success. Whangarei will be transformed again into a bright, […]
Defiant dance, big bold beats and a story of love. The dynamic and heady world of Hana and Ihia. Will the promise the young lovers made to each other withstand the temptations of the modern world?
Coconut Grove is coming back to KRoad for one night of music, food and entertainment on the KRoad Motorway overpass!
This event is presented by Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust as part of its 30-year anniversary celebrations. Celebrate the city’s unique Pacific identity and the vibrant neighbourhoods of K Road and Ponsonby. Join in the Fia Fia Night on Friday for a wildly fun, sophisticated evening bringing together the essential ingredients of a Fia Fia […]
To celebrate Urbanesia, the gallery will be hosting two exhibitions. The first, Open Brief, includes artists Lana Lopesi, Siliga Setoga, Natasha Matila-Smith, UNIFORM, Asinate Moa, Malia Urale, Catherine Hunt and Johnson Witihera. The second is a solo exhibition by Salome Tanuvasa. Urban Legends endeavours to create meaningful connections through the activation of urban spaces using […]
Te Oro hosts a free open day of arts, crafts and live performances, drawing attention to the importance of the natural world to Pacific cultures with a special focus on moving image, film and theatre works. PolyCultural Storm includes the New Zealand premiere of Holding On, a 2015 work made in Tuvalu by Samoan video […]
Join in on the creation of a rich community art story about Manurewa. let local photographers from the ManaRewa Collective take your family photo or a single portrait, as the first part of a much bigger exhibition project. Saturday 19 November 2016 2pm–7pm Nathan Homestead, 70 Hill Rd, Manurewa Cost: Free Suitable for: All ages […]
Script to Screen, Ngā Aho Whakaari and PIFT present the 2016 South Auckland Short Film Workshop – a free two-day workshop that will give you everything you need to know to make a short film. Over one weekend, four experienced filmmakers will guide you through each stage of the filmmaking process – from the initial […]