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Arts Voice Christchurch update for 08 December 2011

2011 Dec 08

In this email: Arts Circus update City Plan update Congratulations to Justin Paton and Steph Walker Funds you can use The Court Theatre is reopening New studio spaces for1Christchu…

Get up-to-speed with International Human Rights Day

2011 Dec 08

This Saturday is International Human Rights Day, and if you’re looking to find out more about its history and how human rights have evolved in New Zealand, then Te Ara should be your first1stop. …

Black Swan choreographer and New York icons open 2012 for RNZB

2011 Dec 08

Royal New Zealand Ballet’s 2012 season opens in Auckland on 29 February with NYC – Three Short Ballets from the Big Apple, and then travels to six other NZ centres. Photography by Ross Brow…

Generous Grant From Community Trust Boosts Court Theatre Rebuild Fundraising

2011 Dec 07

A $500,000 grant from The Canterbury Community Trust has moved the Court Theatre closer to reaching its goal of raising $4.62 million for the new theatre in Addington. Chief Executive, Philip1Aldr…

The Court Theatre To Host Invited Guests To Special Launch Gala This Week

2011 Dec 05

Around 400 guests will attend a black tie gala at the new Court Theatre this Wednesday 7th December. The theatre, now located on Bernard Street in Addington, will open to the public on Saturday 10…

The Court Announces First Show in New Theatre

2011 Dec 05

[Press release first sent on 18 October 2011]. A stunning cast and New Zealand’s most successful playwright will come together for the first production in the new Court Theatre in Addington, ope…

Continuing the legacy of Colin McCahon at Te Papa

2011 Dec 05

Te Papa is thrilled to announce its latest acquisition, a major painting by renowned New Zealand artist Colin McCahon. Painted in 1965, McCahon’s characteristic white-on-black, Koru 1, 2, 3 mixe…

Venice Biennale Triumph Welcomed to Te Papa

2011 Dec 05

Following its success at la Biennale di Venezia and seasons in Paris and Christchurch, He Korero Purakau mo te Awanui o te Motu: story of a New Zealand river by Michael Parekowhai will be welcomed1i…

Sumptuous Gowns, Tantalising Tutus and Terrific Tights

2011 Dec 02

Born in Petone, Kristian Fredrikson was one of Australasia’s most esteemed designers for dance who created opulent costumes for both the New Zealand and Australian ballet companies. From The Dowse…

The Orator (O Le Tulafale) in Sundance's spotlight

2011 Dec 02

Debut writer/director Tusi Tamasese’s Samoan language film, The Orator (O Le Tulafale), has been selected to screen in the Spotlight section of the 2012 Sundance International Film Festival.   T…

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