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Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab 2018

Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab 2018
The Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab 2018 is taking place in Wellington Friday 14th December at Te Auaha Institute of Creativity 65 Dixon St, 2pm

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Pacific Dance NZ announces the choreographers in the
Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab 2018.

The Choreographers are:

Vivian Aue (Auckland)
Andy Tilo (Wellington)
Tofifailauga Misa (Wellington)

The Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab is now in its ninth year and this year marks the return to Wellington at the new Te Auaha NZ Institute of Creativity presented as part of the Measina Festival 2018.

Each year three Pacific choreographers are selected to create original danceworks over a six-to-eight-week period where they are matched with a senior dance mentor, are given a stipend and a showing opportunity.

This year’s mentors are:

Cat Ruka (Vivian Aue)
Tupua Tigafua (Andy Tilo)
and Joash Fahitua (Tofifailauga Misa)

This annual event is part of Pacific Dance NZ’s development programme where NZ based Pacific dance artists have the opportunity to envisage their new works and progress these through practical exploration and dancing out their ideas. Along the way, artistic support and guidance is provided by the senior dance mentors, allowing the dance artists to expand their ideas, skill-sets and professionalism in dance.

The public is invited to view the final showing of works from this year’s choreographic lab on:

Friday 14 December 2018
2pm – 3pm

Te Auaha Institute of Creativity
65 Dixon St, Wellington

# Seating limited, please email attendance to Cilla Brown at
auckland@pacificdance.co.nz 

Pacific Dance NZ would like to acknowledge:
Te Oro, Auckland Council, Creative NZ, DANZ, PIDF, Le Moana

Written by

Pacific Dance New Zealand

13 Dec 2018

Interests Pacific Dance New Zealand fosters and encourages the development of the Pacific dance sector of New Zealand. We are involved in running dance workshops, conferences, community and professional events promoting Pacific dance in New Zealand.