AD 2 Me

All Projects May to June, 2024 Avondale @LADYBUG_BEBE @SPDRTWNBBY AD 2 Me, 2024 Join sisters Nia and Mile on a sensory journey through an immersive exhibition and zine. Where their perspectives, growing up in Avondale (AD), breathe life into treasured memories of our evolving community. Through vibrant visual art—spanning drawing to mixed media—and evocative sonic […]

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Dung Beetle, event series

This Project hosted 6 monthly poetry/music/art sharing gigs at the new arts space/shop Dung Beetle in New Lynn. The events focused on giving a platform to locals and marginalised communities, specifically to our LGBTQIA+ communities to perform and express themselves in a safe and supportive environment. Events included; Poetry with Aiwa pooamorn and Gemishka Chetty

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An Evening of World Music

This May the Sargam School of Music presents a mini festival of world music. With taonga pūoro, waiata, contemporary jazz, traditional Scandinavian and French folk music and Indian classical music and dance performances the evening will traverse times and cultures. Conceived as a response to the impact of Covid 19 on world music events An

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Crescendo Radio

Crescendo radio, the heart of fresh music culture in Auckland. Crescendo radio creates opportunities for young people to learn meaningful skills in the media industry while engaging their passion for music and gaming!Crescendo radio is a wākāinga for careers in the media industry, for young people who follow their path through music and radio broadcasting.

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Sounding the Whau

Sounding the WhauSaturday 9 April – 5 pm – 6 pmTe Whau Pathway, Archibald Park, Kelston (entrance from Beaubank Road) On Saturday 9 April the Te Whau River Pathway through Archibald Park will come alive with musical sounds starting a short performance by Kelston students created during a workshop on the day led by Phil

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Shindig in Avondale

Stonking old-time folk, blues and countrySaturday 24 November 1 – 3 pm Featuring: DAVID WARD -Banjo & Voice (Ruckus)DAVE KHAN -Fiddle/Mandolin (Marlon Williams)EAMON EDMUNDSON-WELLS -Double Bass (Sketches Of Aotearoa) A free gig on the Avondale Stage under the Spider

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