Ngātahi invites you to their Auckland Art Fair booth for an unfolding framework of collective ingenuity that foregrounds books as a source of artistic inspiration. Working with leading Aotearoa New Zealand based artist Judy Millar, we are proud to introduce the Judy Millar book collection, featuring books suggested by artists and creatives from around the globe.
24-28 February 2021
Auckland Art Fair, The Cloud
A night of celebratory social dance in the vibrant folk tradition of the village fête and the raucous city dance-hall.
Saturday 13 March 2021, 6.30pm
Titirangi War Memorial Hall
A performance of popular partner dances of the 19th century as part of the exhibition, The thrum of the tide.
Saturday 13 March, 4.30pm
Kingsley Spargo responds to Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen's exhibition The thrum of the tide with an immersive soundscape inspired by the yarn of the Te Ana Ru 'ballroom cave' in Whatipu. This free live performance reimagines the cave's relationship with humans through an immersive array of musical, natural and electronic sounds and is presented as part of the Titirangi Festival of Music.
Saturday 27 March, 2pm | free
Join us to celebrate this year’s Titirangi Festival of Music by participating in a series of free family workshops, ranging from drumming and percussion workshops, jungle-inspired mask making, luminous face and body painting and large-scale interactive board games. We'll have loads of fun creating jungle-inspired art then head to the Jungle Boogie in the Titirangi Memorial Hall from 4-5pm with DJ Sandy Mill, where you can show off your awesome creations!
Saturday 27 March, 12noon-5pm | free
Te Uru and venues around Titirangi village
A special hui-panel discussion on myrtle rust, in relation to how we/communities can address it and how the arts and artists can be engaged in responding to this threat.
Presented as a part of Eco Fest West 2021
Saturday 10 April, 2-4pm
Te Uru Learning Centre | Pokapu Akoranga
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