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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.

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Huakina on at Expressions

This exhibition, on from 21 September to 1 December,  is an opportunity to view work made by prisoner artists from prisons around New Zealand. Keep Reading

 

Vincents Annual Group Exhibition 2019

It's time once again for the Vincents Annual Group Exhibition. This will be a showcase of the amazing artwork produced at Vincents over the past year. Over 50 artists will be represented, featuring paintings, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, fibre arts, mixed media works and more. This is also a perfect opportunity to purchase unique artworks... Keep Reading

 

Contemporary bone carving workshop

During this workshop you will learn about the practices associated with Maori art, creating your own contemporary Toki bone carving, complete with binding and adjustable cord. Keep Reading

 

Audio description tours at Auckland Museum

Blind and low vision visitors are invited to join our specially trained volunteer guides for an audio described tour of our current exhibition Carried Away: Bags Unpacked. Keep Reading

 

Under $20 Show

Vincents Gallery presents an exhibition of artworks- all for sale for under $20! With Christmas fast approaching, this is an ideal opportunity to purchase gifts including ceramics, jewellery, paintings, crafts and more. Keep Reading

 

Audio described Hansel and Gretel in Christchurch

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is providing an audio described matinee performance of the Hansel and Gretel Ballet Season on Saturday 23 November at the Isaac Theatre Royal in Christchurch. Keep Reading

 

Quiet Hour- Voyage to Aotearoa - Tupaia and the Endeavour

Join us for a sensory-friendly session for families who have mobility challenges, who struggle to communicate, or become easily overwhelmed by stimuli. Keep Reading

 

Softstone sculpture workshop

The softstone method is easy to learn. Work as the block hardens and complete a sculpture in one rewarding day. First timers and experienced artists love it! Create a simple but beautiful garden sculpture to keep or give to that someone special. Keep Reading

 

Opportunity Arts visits Parliament

We welcome you to join us at Parliament’s Bowen House for an exhibition showcase from some of our favourite artists. Artists who are self-taught, intuitive, visionary and raw. A diverse group who all display their own unique language and points of view, rather than following traditional conventions or responding to art trends.  Keep Reading

 

Audio described Hansel and Gretel in Dunedin

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is providing an audio described performance of the Hansel and Gretel Ballet Season on Saturday 30 November at the Regent Theatre in Dunedin. Keep Reading

 

Circability presents Celebrate Together - Kanohi Kitea

Be prepared to be moved, touched and inspired as The Circability Trust, creators of award-winning Circus Kumarani, presents a performance of breath-taking circus skills by a community of outstanding performers from all walks of life on the 2019 International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD). Keep Reading

 

Audio described Hansel and Gretel in Auckland

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is providing an audio described matinee performance of the Hansel and Gretel Ballet Season on Saturday 7 December at the Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre – Aotea Centre in Auckland. 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

 

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

 

Audio described performance and touch tour - Hōkioi me te Vwōhali - from spirit eagles land

Enter a world that blends the ancient with the modern in this world premiere that explores parallels between the Hōkioi (Haast) Eagle and the Vwōhali (American Golden) Eagle, embodying the majesty and mana of those two sacred birds and their shared whakapapa. Keep Reading

 
 

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