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Artist Fraser Hoffe in the window of ROAR! gallery, Pablos Art Studios, Wellington

WINDOW ON ART: Artist Fraser Hoffe enjoys a cup of coffee and the sun streaming through the street-front window of ROAR! gallery, located in Pablos Art Studios in Wellington. Fraser was one of five artists who participated in Arts Access Aotearoa's national I'm an Artist Campaign, supported by the Ministry of Social Development's Making A Difference Fund. Read more about the campaign, and the artists and creative spaces involved.

Deaf and hearing theatre on Hamilton stage

10 March 2015
A short theatre work that will include Deaf and hearing performers, using both New Zealand Sign Language and spoken English on stage, will be developed and performed in Hamilton in early May. Read more

White Room artist in Outside In exhibition

16 February 2015
Benjamin Morris, an artist who works from the White Room creative space in Christchurch, is one of 60 artists featuring work in an exhibition at Canterbury Museum until 22 February. An actor and visual artist, Benjamin is exhibiting his sculpture alongside artwork by students, prisoners, art tutors and local artists. Read more

Youth collaboration takes flight at Circa

9 February 2015
A show where young intellectually disabled Wellingtonians perform alongside professional theatre practitioners will open at Circa Theatre from 21to 28 February as part of the NZ Fringe Festival 2015. Called Wake up Tomorrow, the play has developed from last year’s production of the same name, and is set on a long-haul flight. Read more

Fundraisers for Vincents Art Workshop

3 February 2015
Two fundraising events – an exhibition and a garage sale – in Wellington this week are opportunities for people to support Vincents Art Workshop and also find some great bargains, says Glen McDonald, Co-ordinator of the oldest community art space in New Zealand. Read more

Arts community creates opportunities for prisoners

28 January 2015
A pilot project developed by Arts Access Aotearoa is connecting artistically talented prisoners with community art spaces and mentors, both pre and post release. Read more

Workshop inspires creative writing at Arohata Prison

27 January 2015
A creative writing workshop, run by UK writer Michael Crowley and organised by Arts Access Aotearoa, inspired a pilot creative writing project for prisoners in Wellington’s Arohata Prison from July to November 2014. Read more








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