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Duncan Armstrong and Jacob Dombroski to present at AGM

 

Date:

50 minutes ago, Fri 25 May 2018, 06:00 pm

Until:

Fri 25 May 2018, 07:30 pm

Venue:

Spectrum Care
Level 1, 55 Abel Smith Street
Te Aro, Wellington

Category:

Arts Culture, Community, Free Entry Event,

Accessibility:

Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets, Mobility parking

Cost:

Free

Listed By:

Arts Access Aotearoa

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We invite you to join us for Arts Access Aotearoa's Annual General Meeting on Friday 25 May, followed by presentations from Duncan Armstrong and Jacob Dombroski. These two outstanding performers recently presented their solo shows, developed in collaboration with the team at Everybody Cool Lives Here, at the Auckland and Wellington Fringe Festivals.

Download and review the minutes from the 2017 AGM here:

MS Word:Minutes of the AGM 12 May 2017 Arts Access- Draft

PDF:Minutes of the AGM 12 May 2017 Arts Access- Draft

When: 6pm – 7:30 pm on Friday 25 May 2018

Refreshments will be provided from 5:30pm
Where: Spectrum Care, Level 1, 55 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Please RSVP by noon Thursday 24 May to Dawa by email or call 04 802 4349. Also let Dawa know if you have any accessibility requirements or questions.  If you require a NZSL interpreter. please let Dawa know by Friday 18 May. 

Duncan Armstrong talks about his solo show Force Field

Created by Duncan Armstrong and Isobel MacKinnon, and performed by Duncan Armstrong, this work was inspired by Duncan’s own experiences, his passion for Shakespeare and a love for Disney’s ability to create accessible and multi-generational stories. Force Field premiered in February 2018 as part of the Auckland Fringe Festival and Duncan won a Best Performance Award.

Jacob Dombroski talks about his solo show Big J Stylez

Written and performed by Jacob Dombroski, Big J Stylez explores Jacob’s passions – music, dance, and acting, weaving a story of growing up in New Zealand as a young Samoan /Maori (Ngai Tuhoe, Ngati Porou) . Big J Stylez was performed in March 2018 as part of the New Zealand Fringe Festival in Wellington.

Access: Spectrum Care is an accessible venue.

Parking: There are two accessible car parks nearby, one in front of the Spectrum Care building on Abel Smith Street and one in the car park behind the Toi Pōneke Arts Centre at 61 Abel Smith St.

Bus routes: buses stop at the corner of Victoria or Willis and Abel Smith Street (7, 8, 9) and the corner of Taranaki Street and Abel Smith Street (10, 11, 18, 21).

Agenda, Arts Access Aotearoa twenty second Annual General Meeting

  1. Welcome
  2. Present and apologies
  3. Minutes of the AGM 12 May 2017
  4. Presentation of Annual report
  5. Presentation of Audited Accounts
  6. Appointment of Honorary Solicitor and Auditor
  7. Other business
  8. Presentations by Duncan Armstrong and Jacob Dombroski
  9. Close

 

 
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