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This calendar lists arts and cultural events that promote inclusion and provide accessible services. For example, audio described performances; sign interpreted gallery and museum tours; exhibitions and performances organised by creative spaces; workshops and relaxed performances; professional development opportunities; and public events featuring artworks by prisoners.

It also lists arts and cultural events featuring Deaf and disabled artists, performers and writers.

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The Mechanical Circus: low sensory evenings

Experience The Mechanical Circus exhibition at Puke Ariki Museum without the noise and bright lights. Keep Reading

 

Hudson Roper Exhibition

Vincents Gallery presents a solo show by artist Hudson Roper. Hudson's work is a unique mix of drawing, painting and sculpture combined into mixed media creations.  Keep Reading

 

Audio described artworks Urban Hut Club

Like the idea of combining nature with art? You’ll feel like a kid again as you lace up your boots and head off with the whānau in search of these bespoke miniature huts hidden in urban reserves and beaches.  Keep Reading

 

Cloud Pink

You are lying on a hill, all your eyes can see is endless blue sky. Your vision suddenly gets distorted and clouds drift by the tip of your nose. You stretch your arms up to touch the clouds ... but you can’t reach them. What if you could? Keep Reading

 

Urban Hut Club

Like the idea of combining nature with art? You’ll feel like a kid again as you lace up your boots and head off with the whānau in search of these bespoke miniature huts hidden in urban reserves and beaches.  Keep Reading

 

Into the Open: ideal for Deaf audiences

Into the Open is a programme of moving-image artworks that will be projected at multiple sites along the waterfront throughout the Festival. Responding to the programmes curated by Lemi Ponifasio, Laurie Anderson and Bret McKenzie, this three-week series brings into the open artistic visions of what it means to be human, together. Keep Reading

 

Audio described artworks: Into the Open

Into the Open is a programme of moving-image artworks that will be projected at multiple sites along the waterfront throughout the Festival. Responding to the programmes curated by Lemi Ponifasio, Laurie Anderson and Bret McKenzie, this three-week series brings into the open artistic visions of what it means to be human, together. Keep Reading

 

Lou Reed Drones

Expect to be mesmerised by this “visceral, emotional and spiritual installation” in a sound experience featuring electric guitars belonging to the late guitarist and frontman of legendary The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed. Keep Reading

 

The Art of Observation

WIDance invites you to experience inclusive dance and visual art intertwined into a sensory tapestry of textural sight, sound and touch. The Art of Observation, as part of the 2020 fringe festival, is a koha event at the NZ Academy of Fine Arts, and runs from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th of March.  Keep Reading

 

Year of the Rat at Newtown Festival

Vincents will be once again celebrating the Chinese New Year at Newtown Festival. We have created painted plywood rats and other rodents which will be installed at the playground beside Newtown Library. The rodents will be for sale for $25 each. Once they are installed you can order them by calling 4991030 or contacting Glen on 027 407 5706. All th Keep Reading

 

Audio described performance and Touch Tour - Mr Red Light

A hapless bank robber takes three hostages in a pie shop. Find out what might happen next in this black comedy about the unpredictability of strangers, unexpected friendships, and how popping in for a pie can change your life forever. Keep Reading

 

The Art of Observation

WIDance invites you to experience inclusive dance and visual art intertwined into a vibrant tapestry that tells tales and explores themes presented in the 28th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2019. Keep Reading

 

Pre-show talk and touch tour: Secrets of Sea and Space

This gem of a programme from the venerated and adventurous NZSQ pairs the otherworldliness of Schoenberg’s String Quartet No. 2 with Berg’s Lyric Suite, which further explores Schoenberg’s twelve-tone technique. The programme concludes with Ross Harris’ ode to the unforgiving oceans, The Abiding Tides. Keep Reading

 

Snow White access price tickets performance

Ballet Preljocaj’s bewitching transformation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale is a boldly seductive global hit. Its fresh and sexy take on the timeless conflict between young Snow White and her jealous stepmother the Queen is both strikingly sensual and blazingly contemporary, with costumes by the legendary fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier.... Keep Reading

 

Place des Anges

As the sun sets on Auckland this March, crowds will gather and gaze towards the heavens. Along the treetops, angels will begin to appear. Beautiful music will fill the air. And a sense of pure, unadulterated joy will wash over everyone lucky enough to witness the moment. There is NZSL information video on the website about this event. This event is Keep Reading

 
 

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