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Auditions - Full Time Study at the New Zealand School of Dance

Organisation: New Zealand School of Dance

Where: New Zealand School of Dance, Te Whaea: National Dance & Drama Centre, 11 Hutchison Road, Newtown, Wellington.

When: Fri 28 Aug 2015, 05:00 pm

Regions: Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Canterbury, East Coast, Hawke's Bay, Manawatu, Marlborough, Nelson, Northland, Otago, Southland, Taranaki, Waikato, Wairarapa, Wellington, West Coast, National, International

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Dance

Type of Event: Performance, Other

Contact: Natasha Giera(natasha.giera@nzschoolofdance.ac.nz)

The full-time tertiary programmes offered by the New Zealand School of Dance (NZSD) are aimed at developing the qualities essential for professional dancers: strong technique, musicality, coordination and dedication to the art form. NZSD students major in either classical ballet or contemporary dance, but maintain a strong base in their minor discipline.

The NZSD has an outstanding faculty of dance teaching staff. Guest tutors from around the world and specialists in anatomy, dance history, sports medicine, nutrition, physiotherapy, osteopathy, yoga and Pilates round out the holistic training. The School’s impressive purpose built facilities house five dance studios, a 180 seat theatre, specialist performing arts library, Pilates/GYROTONIC® and physiotherapy rooms and a café. Students have full access to a state-of-the-art gym with personal trainer and hostel accommodation.

The NZSD is official school of the Royal New Zealand Ballet. Excellent secondment opportunities are available through the school’s relationships with leading ballet and contemporary dance companies. NZSD has between 75-85 full-time students and runs aspirational programmes for younger dancers. NZSD is funded by the Ministry of Education through the Tertiary Education Commission and is registered with the NZ Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Courses: New Zealand School of Dance Certificate in Dance Performance (2 years full-time) This course sits at Level 6 on the NZ Qualifications Framework. New Zealand School of Dance Diploma in Dance Performance (3 years full-time). This course sits at Level 7 on the NZ Qualifications Framework (equivalent to an undergraduate degree).

Jason Bae Piano

Organisation: Lewis Eady Charitable Trust

Where: Auckland Town Hall - Concert Chamber

When: Tuesday 15 September 2015, 7:30pm

Regions: Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Northland, Waikato

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Sharon Seeto(lectadmin@lewiseady.co.nz)

With the ink barely dry on his Royal Academy of Music Master of Arts in Piano Performance (complete with the highest distinction award DipRAM), Jason Bae is returning from London to perform a piano recital for his home audience and to release his first CD.

Tickets: Adult $29.90, Gold Card $25, Student $15
www.ticketmaster.co.nz or tel 0800 111 999

“An imperturbable soloist...” - The New Zealand Herald

Kiwi Moon

Organisation: Capital E National Theatre for Children

Where: Nelson Theatre Royal

When: 2 & 3 November 2015

Regions: Nelson

Target Audience: Primary

Discipline: Multi-Arts

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Margaret Cranney(margaret.cranney@wmt.org.nz)

Kiwi Moon has just completed it's successful tour of New Zealand's North Island and heads South after the school holidays. This live show has been enjoyed by over 4000 children age 3-7 years old this year. A production by Capital E National Theatre for Children, Kiwi Moon is new production of the iconic tale by Gavin Bishop. A little white kiwi thinks the moon might be his mother because it is white and bring and round like him. Children love this charming tale of one little white kiwi's quest to find his place in an often strange and sometimes dangerous world. The show comes with a free Te Whariki resource and introduces children to going to the theatre.

Kiwi Moon

Organisation: Capital E National Theatre for Children

Where: Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch

When: 19 & 20 November

Regions: Canterbury

Target Audience: Primary

Discipline: Drama

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Margaret Cranney(margaret.cranney@wmt.org.nz)

The live show of Kiwi Moon tours to Christchurch this November as part of its successful national tour. Already over 4000 children aged 2-7 years old have enjoyed this new production of one of New Zealand's iconic stories. Based on Gavin Bishop's book, this live puppet performance also offers a Te Whariki and NZ curriculum linked resource for activities before and after the show. The storyline follows a little white kiwi who thinks the moon is his mother because it is white, bright, and round like him. It is a fun experience for children that looks at the little white kiwi's quest to find his place in the world. This is a great opportunity to introduce young children to live performance.

Opera - put on a show! A LEARNZ virtual field trip (VFT)

Organisation: CORE Education

Where: Online

When: Performance was July 2015 but VFT available to be used at any time

Regions: National

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Multi-Arts, Drama, Dance, Music, Visual Arts

Type of Event: Other

Contact: Pete Sommerville(pete.sommerville@core-ed.org)

The 2015 Opera LEARNZ virtual field trip with the support of New Zealand Opera featured the world-famous opera, Madama Butterfly at the stunningly refurbished Isaac Theatre Royal (following the Christchurch earthquakes). Puccini's opera, Madama Butterfly, is a love story between a Japanese geisha and her naval officer as Japan opens up to the West and the 20th Century. This is a New Zealand Opera production accompanied by the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra.

The 3-day VFT occurred during the build up to opening night 23 July 2015. Students go behind the scenes to meet performers, see how the set is managed, costuming, makeup and much more.

* Summary of the field trip at http://rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=opera153
* Field trip website is at http://opera153.learnz.org.nz
* Register with LEARNZ at www.learnz.org.nz/register

Incorporating Music Technology into Your Music Department

Organisation: Learning Ideas Ltd

Where: St Andrew’s College Music Department, Christchurch

When: 10am-3pm, Tuesday 12 April 2016

Regions: Canterbury

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Multi-Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: Duncan Ferguson(dfe@stac.school.nz)

Many music departments around the country are now incorporating Music Technology into their programmes with great success.

This day is for HOD’s and teachers of Independent Schools to share ideas, successes, failures and struggles around all things music technology.

Duncan will spend time giving an overview of the St Andrew’s Music Dept and will give advice around equipment, programmes and effective assessment. However, teachers are also encouraged to provide profiles of their departments and how they are using technology.

This will be an informal but highly informative day only for music teachers of Independent Schools (this day is run in conjunction with the Heads of Independent Schools Scholarship Trust).

If you would like to be part of this day please email your registration to dfe@stac.school.nz.

South Auckland SGCNZ University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival

Organisation: The University of Otago

Where: Mangere Arts Centre, Auckland

When: Sunday the 10th April 2016 from 10am

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Multi-Arts

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Dawn Sanders(Action-Sanders@xtra.co.nz)

The Festival is an annual event that involves more than half the secondary schools in the country. During the Regional Festival, students engage with Shakespeare's plays by performing 5-minute and 15-minute excerpts from them with schools in their area.

Schools from each region are then selected to go on to participate in the National Festival.

The Festival scope is wide as students act, direct, serve as crew, compose music, write essays; and create costumes, posters, static images and dvd covers for their performances.

Register your entry for the Festival here: http://owen19.otago.ac.nz/shakespeare/Login/Home.php?Message=Welcome+to+Shakespeare

The South Waikato Regionals of the SGCNZ UOSW Shakespeare Festival for 2016

Organisation: SGCNZ

Where: Taupo-nui-a-Tia College Hall

When: 6pm Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Regions: Waikato

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Drama

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Vivienne Gowdy de Vallejo(vivienne.gowdy@taupocollege.ac.nz)


ATTENTION ALL SOUTH WAIKATO REGION SCHOOLS!

The South Waikato Regionals of the SGCNZ UOSW Shakespeare Festival for 2016 will be held again in Taupo.

Date: Tuesday, 12 April 2016
Venue: Taupo-nui-a-Tia College Hall
Time: 6pm start

Please save the date and start casting!

Kodaly National Conference

Organisation: KMEIA QLD

Where: All Hallows’ School, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

When: 26-29 September 2016

Regions: International

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Seminar

Contact: Glenys Gijsbers(KMEIA2016@gmail.com)

Shared Identities: I am...you are...we are
 
Key Presenters: Lucinda Goeghan (Scotland), Georgia A Newlin (USA) and Dr László Nemes (Hungary)
 
If you are a music teacher, music or education student, musician, conductor, singer, or enjoy learning music, this event is for you! Enjoy Brisbane's beautiful Spring weather while meeting people and learning new skills. We are looking forward to a big and busy conference and hope that you can come along as a Delegate, Presenter or Performer for some or all of the event.
Call for presentations and performance deadline 15 December 2015

LEARNZ Magic Flute online field trip

Organisation: LEARNZ

Where: Online

When: 26-30 May 2016

Regions: National

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate

Discipline: Multi-Arts

Type of Event: Other

Contact: Barrie Matthews(barrie.matthews@core-ed.org)

Here's a special opportunity to experience the build up to a performance of a world-famous opera, The Magic Flute. Schools say this is great ground work for putting on their own production as they see how the professionals do things and students really relate to that. Get behind the scenes, follow the process and meet the people who are involved in directing, producing, singing, costuming, puppet-making, set design, lighting, hair styling, make-up. Find out what's required to be a performer or any performing arts professional. All online and accessible from anywhere on all manner of devices. And free for NZ schools. More at http://rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=opera162

ANCA Choralfest 2017

Organisation: Australian National Choral Association

Where: Brisbane Grammar School, 24 Gregory Terrace, Spring Hill, QLD, Australia

When: 30 June 2017 - 3 July 2017

Regions: International

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Choralfest Booking Office(anca.choralfest@gmail.com)

The 2017 Choralfest gives choral conductors the opportunity to work with conductors of international standing as well as Australia's finest. You will hear some of Australia's best choirs and experience a rich program of workshops with sessions focussed for Primary and Secondary Aged Choirs, Community Choirs as well as special interest areas (ie Sacred)
Choralfest will be held at Brisbane Grammar School, Queensland, Australia from 30 June to 3 July 2017.

Auckland MENZA PD Day 2016

Organisation: Music Education New Zealand / Aotearoa

Where: Dilworth Junior Campus, Remuera, Auckland

When: Friday 6 May 2016

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Contact: Tim Carson (t.carson@dilworth.school.nz)

MENZA is excited to launch the Auckland MENZA PD Day and thank you so much to the people who have given up their time to organise and present – we have tried hard to ensure there is something of interest for different sectors with presenters coming from all around Aotearoa / New Zealand. Click here for full details of the workshops. You can even be part of the Aotearoa Teachers’ Choir the next day!

Friday 6 May @ Dilworth Junior Campus, Remuera, Auckland

9:00-10:25am CHOOSE BETWEEN
• Celia Stewart – Playful Music Making
• Dr David Lines – Building contemporary musicianship skills
• Martin Emo – Updates to Level 1, 2 and 3 externals
• Judith Bell – Tech support / Music Practice ideas for ITMs

10:55-12:20pm CHOOSE BETWEEN
• Chris Moore / Mary Cornish – Sound bites – mini music lessons for the early years
• Anonymouz
• Philip Hornblow – Write that Essay
• Jennifer Weigel – On the spot repairs with brass and woodwind

1:55-3:30pm CHOOSE BETWEEN
• Dr Sally Bodkin-Allen – Mind That Song
• Jeremy Hantler – Taonga Puoro
• Martin Emo – Notion 5 – Why and how to change your notation software
• David Hodkinson – Teaching from iPad

4:00pm–5:30pm Kiwileles Workshop – Maria Winder & Mary Cornish

Single Workshop (Friday 6 May Auckland MENZA PD Day- apart from Kiwileles which is a free workshop)
• MENZA Member $30
• Non MENZA Member $60

Full Day (Friday 6 May Auckland MENZA PD Day)
• MENZA Member $60
• Non MENZA Member $90

Aotearoa Teachers’ Choir Saturday 7 May @ Dilworth Junior Campus
• MENZA / NZCF Members $70
• Non MENZA / NZCF Members $100
• SPECIAL RATE FOR MENZA MEMBERS – BOTH days = $100
• Non MENZA Members (BOTH days) = $190

Click here to register for the PD Day and/or Aotearoa Teachers’ Choir

2016 Secondary Teacher Census

Organisation: Education Council

When: Between 30 March and 22 April 2016

Regions: National

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Drama

Contact: Ryan Benjamin(rbenjamin@mcauleyhigh.school.nz)

The 2016 Secondary Teacher Census aims to provide the sector with up-to-date data on supply and demand patterns.

Thousands of secondary school teachers take to classrooms throughout New Zealand each and every day.

What subjects do they teach? What kinds of professional learning have they completed? What are their future plans in the sector? These are just a few of the questions that will be asked in the 2016 Secondary Teacher Census.

Between 30 March and 22 April 2016, secondary teachers in New Zealand state and state-integrated schools who have taught at Year 9 or above at any point since 2013 have the opportunity to take part in the Census. This includes teachers currently working as relief teachers or who have moved out of secondary teaching.

The Census is designed to provide the education sector with up-to-date data on supply and demand patterns. A summary of the findings, including a snapshot of each subject, will be released in June and will enable teachers to see where their specialties may be most valued in the future. This is particularly important for subjects and areas currently in demand, such as maths, science, technology and Māori medium.

Adding your piece will help to create the big picture. Information packs will be sent to secondary school principals soon with an invitation for teachers to complete the Census.

It will take about 15 minutes to complete and is also available in te reo Māori. All information submitted as part of the Census is anonymous and cannot be linked to an individual or school.
Independent research company Nielsen is conducting the survey on behalf of the Ministry of Education and has designed the questions to gather the most valuable information while keeping it quick and easy for teachers.

The Census is a great opportunity for the secondary teaching community to add their piece and see where the profession is heading...

Link to Education Council Release: http://www.education.govt.nz/news/2016-secondary-teacher-census-add-your-piece-and-get-the-big-picture/

Link to 2016 Census Survey: https://teacherscount.education.govt.nz/?utm_source=Min%20Ed&utm_medium=News&utm_campaign=Census%202016

Masterclass with Footnote New Zealand Dance

Organisation: Footnote New Zealand Dance

When: See below

Regions: National

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Dance

Contact: Anita Hunziker (anita@footnote.org.nz)

Footnote New Zealand Dance would love you to join us for a Masterclass as part of our national tour of NOW 2016. Class will be led by company dancers and will explore repertoire as well as choreographic processes used to create NOW 2016.

Suitable for ages 15+
Cost $35 also includes a ticket to the show

Masterclass Dates:

AUCKLAND
Saturday 16 April, 12:00-1:30pm
Wellesley Studios, 113 Wellesley St, Auckland

WELLINGTON
Monday 18 April, 3:00-4:30pm
Tarrant Dance Studios, 125 Cuba St, Wellington

DUNEDIN
Wednesday 27 April, 5:30-7:00pm
Rasa School of Dance (Main Studio) , Top Floor King Edward Court Building, Corner Stuart St and York Place, Dunedin

Please contact Anita Hunziker to register, places will be limited. anita@footnote.org.nz

NOW 2016

NOW 2016 by Footnote New Zealand Dance presents new original work by the brightest choreographers. This annual performance season is all about supporting the ideas of emerging dance-makers – giving them a platform to experiment and thrive.

This year, NOW is choreographed by women. Julia Harvie (CHCH), Sarah Knox (AKL), Lucy Marinkovich (WLG) and Jessie McCall (AKL) give you a show that will get under your skin whether you want to laugh, rebel or scratch your head in wonder.

AUCKLAND 15/16 April
Q Theatre

WELLINGTON 20/21 April
Te Whaea

DUNEDIN 28 April
Mayfair Theatre

INVERCARGILL 1 May
Centrestage Southland Festival

YOUDANCE

Organisation: YouDance 2016

Where: Raye Freedman Arts Centre, Silver St, Newmarket. (off Gillies Ave, Epsom Girls Grammar School)

When: Tuesday 31 May 7.30pm, Wednesday 1 June 7.30pm

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Dance

Contact: Melanie Turner(melaniehuiat@hotmail.com)

Book at https://www.iticket.co.nz/ or phone (09) 361 1000 - ON SALE NOW

Groups of 10+ $12 per person (plus service fee)

Information and enquiries email Melanie Turner melaniehuiat@hotmail.com Project Manager, YouDance 2016

Why Students Should Come to YouDance

Watching dance informs our own dance-making. Watching YouDance is a valuable learning experience for Dance students. Students will:

• be inspired
• see a range of ideas and fusion styles
• see where the dance learning pathway leads at senior levels
• see examples of student choreography with unity, cohesion, development and resolution of ideas for Levels 1-2 and Scholarship Dance
• see dance as an art form

Watching YouDance is particularly relevant for year 11 students who are just beginning NCEA Dance. YouDance can inspire, provide guidance and examples of where the Elements work they are doing now leads to at senior levels.

Opera - put on a show! LEARNZ virtual field trip

Organisation: CORE Education

Where: Wellington - St James Theatre

When: starting 26 May 2016

Regions: Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Canterbury, East Coast, Hawke's Bay, Manawatu, Marlborough, Nelson, Northland, Otago, Southland, Taranaki, Waikato, Wairarapa, Wellington, West Coast, National

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Drama, Music, Visual Arts

Type of Event: Performance, Other

Contact: Andrew Penny(andrew.penny@core-ed.org)

Here's a special opportunity to experience the build up to a performance of a world-famous opera, The Magic Flute. Your class will love the excitement and intrigue of being part of this New Zealand Opera production!

Opera is a complex arts production which demands a professional level of event management. Many people are involved in planning, designing and rehearsing to achieve a quality result. This Opera virtual field trip is an opportunity to showcase how an exquisite production can be brought to fruition to wow its audience, with sumptuous costuming, international performers and stunning sets.

Junior Jazz Jam

Organisation: ChCh Jazz Foundation Trust

Where: Doug Caldwell Auditorium. ARA Music Arts

When: Sept 14th

Regions: Canterbury

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Other

Contact: Judith Bell(bell.judith@gmail.com)

Christchurch's event for jazz bands up to year 8.
Bands play a set each at ARA Music Arts (formerly CPIT Jazz School) and get feedback at the end from ARA Jazz tutors.

Pacific Dance Festival 2016

Organisation: Pacific Dance New Zealand

Where: Mangere Arts Centre

When: June 13 – June 18 2016

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Dance

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Pacific Dance New Zealand(auckland@pacificdance.co.nz)

A new festival brings Pacific contemporary dance to the floor at Mangere Arts Centre (June 13 – June 18) bringing to fruition an idea years in development by Pacific Dance New Zealand.

“The festival is New Zealand’s first contemporary Pacific dance festival of its type and showcases some of the country’s most exciting contemporary Pacific dance choreographers,” says festival
director Iosefa Enari.

Bringing together an array of choreographers who have previously taken part in the *Pacific Dance Choreographic Laboratory (2009 – 2015), the festival provides an opportunity for the artists
involved to take previously devised works from ‘the lab’ and re-present them in developed form.

“It is also a wonderful opportunity for audiences to familiarise themselves with the incredible diversity of performance out there,” iterates Enari.

The artists include: Justin Haiu (2009 ChoreoLab), Tupua Tigafua (2012 ChoreoLab), Nikki Upoko (2013 Choreolab), Katerina Fatupaito (2014 Choreolab), Leki Bourke (2014 Choreolab), Hadleigh
Pouesi (2015 Choreolab) and Jahra Wasasala (2015 Choreolab).

A special guest performance by Julia Mage’au Gray of Sunameke Dance (first mentor to the lab 2009) brings an international flavour to the festival, incorporating Papua New Guinean dance and
video narrative. Audiences who may be used to Polynesian dance expressions have an opportunity to experience contemporary Melanesian dance in this special edition piece entitled ‘Wearing My Map’.

Also on at the festival will be a special performance of ‘Fatu na Toto’, the greatly successful show by Le Moana and Tupe Lualua (Pacific Dance Artist in Residence 2013). This show sold out in
Auckland and Wellington seasons last it toured and will also travel to the San Diego International Fringe Fest in 2016. This is a chance for Auckland audiences who missed it the first time around to catch it before it leaves our shores.

Coinciding with the world of dance on the floor is an exhibition of Pacific dance costumes, which
will be on display in the exhibition halls of the centre.

“This exhibition will show costume wear, head dresses and other adornments from a variety of Pacific traditions and presents audiences another avenue in which to connect with Pacific dance,”
explains Enari.

The festival showcase will give audiences both familiar and unfamiliar with the breadth of work in the contemporary Pacific dance sphere an insight into the world and joy of Pacific Dance in one
place and one week of fabulous dance. Don’t miss out.

You can find more information about the Pacific Dance Festival 2016 at www.pacificdance.co.nz
Go to http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2016/pacific-dance-festival/auckland/mangere for ticketing.
For enquiries, email auckland@pacificdance.co.nz ph: 09 376 0060

Word Play 2016

Organisation: Trinity College London

Where: Christchurch: Hinoki Room, University of Canterbury, Sonoda Campus, entrance off Dovedale Avenue. Auckland: Theosophical Hall, 4 Warborough Ave, Epsom.

When: Christchurch: Saturday 28 May 2016, Auckland Sunday 29 May 2016

Regions: Auckland, Canterbury

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Drama

Contact: Cathy Martin(cathy.martin@trinitycollege.co.nz)

Christchurch: Saturday 28 May 2016 at the Hinoki Room, University of Canterbury, Sonoda Campus, entrance off Dovedale Avenue.
Auckland Sunday 29 May 2016 at the Theosophical Hall, 4 Warborough Ave, Epsom.

Featuring actor, director, drama educator and Trinity examiner, Patricia Trueman (UK) and actor, director and song writer, Lisa Chappell (NZ), this year's Word Play promises to engage, inspire and energise.

Pat Trueman will share tips for teaching children to act, and working with senior students - and yes, she will offer guidance for working towards Trinity Diplomas! Lisa Chappell's Musical Theatre masterclass is a unique opportunity to learn from one of New Zealand's most successful and respected drama practitioners - not to be missed!

PROGRAMME
9.45am Coffee and introductions
10.00am Teaching children to act: Pathways to expression and creativity for school children
with Patricia Trueman
11.00am Preparing for a stage career: Advanced acting techniques and Performance Diplomas
with Patricia Trueman
12.00pm Lunch
1.00pm Musical Theatre masterclass: Fine tuning for senior students with Lisa Chappell
2.30pm Tea break
2.45pm Tomorrow’s teachers: Looking at the Teaching Diplomas with Patricia Trueman
4.15pm Farewell

REGISTRATION FEE
◗◗$100 for the day or $30 per session (students: $70 for the day or $20 per session)
Light refreshments are included in the fee ($15 lunch optional).
Please visit trinitycollege.com/NZevents to download the registration form or contact
Cathy Martin: T 06 758 2205 E cathy.martin@trinitycollege.co.nz

NZDC YEP Auckland Winter School 2016

Organisation: The New Zealand Dance Company

Where: Wellesley Studios – 113 Wellesley St. West, Auckland

When: Monday 11 July – Friday 15 July 2016, Time: 09.00 – 4 pm daily, performance at 4:00 pm on Friday 15 July

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Dance

Type of Event: Performance, Workshop

Contact: Kerry-Ann Stanton(kerry-ann.stanton@nzdc.org.nz)

The New Zealand Dance Company is once again opening its doors to welcome anyone who is passionate about contemporary dance. The focus for winter is “the fusion of contemporary and hip hop” with Chris Ofanoa and Lucy Lynch; PLUS, Composition and improvisation with Shona McCullagh AND Body Conditioning / Yoga for dancers with Caroline Bindon.

Come dance with The New Zealand Dance Company’s contemporary, fusion and hip hop crew!

Daily class, technique development and co-creating work. Expect five days of high energy, high fun, movement, play and dance.

Dates: Monday 11 July – Friday 15 July 2016
Times: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, performance at 4:00 pm on Friday 15 July
Location: Wellesley Studios – 113 Wellesley St. West, Auckland
Ages: Open to students 11 years +
Cost: $350 including GST
Enrolments open now: Register your interest at yep@nzdc.org.nz or (09) 3787361

Virtual Field Trips for New Zealand Schools

Organisation: Ministry of Education and NZ Opera

Where: St James Theatre, Wellington, Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch

When: May 2016, July 2016

Regions: Canterbury, Wellington

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: LEARNZ(enquiries@learnz.org.nz)

There are now two Opera virtual field trips that New Zealand teachers and students can retrospectively participate in:
Mozart's The Magic Flute (May 2016, St James Theatre, Wellington)
Puccini’s Madama Butterfly ( July 2015, Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch)

Both funded by the Ministry of Education and NZ Opera. Online access requires registration with LEARNZ (http://www.learnz.org.nz/) (free).

Each of the field trips is an opportunity for students to learn about and experience Opera: students will get to know performers, stage managers, makeup artists, costume designers, front of house staff and experience the excitement of opening night. Each virtual field trip introduces the concept of opera with background readings (in 2 reading ages with narrations) and interactive activities plus all the elements of the live trip are available for students to have their own field trip experience including videos, audioconference recordings, diaries and rich imagery.

LEARNZ is a fun way to learn, that exposes students to things that are happening nationally and globally. It is real life learning. Lots of fun and high interest videos. Students could relate to the (performers') need to practise, and rest too, which links nicely to lots of classroom learning areas. Caroline Arnold, Lepperton School

New Media Painting - Professional Development for Art Teachers

Organisation: Visual Strategies Ltd

Where: Auckland, Mt Albert Grammar; Christchurch, Hagley College

When: Thursday 10 November, 9.30am – 3.00pm; Friday 18 November, 9.30am – 3.00pm

Regions: Auckland, Canterbury

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Visual Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: Grant Thompson(grant.thompson@visualstrategies.co.nz )

A workshop for teachers that will explore some new media approaches in painting. Contemporary painting approaches will form a major part of the practical activities. All exercises and techniques will be suitable for use by students at levels 1, 2 and 3 of NCEA, and within the capability of teachers who have a basic knowledge of Photoshop. Appropriate examples of established practice will be viewed as well as discussion about effective progressive pedagogies, and ways that new media can be introduced to the visual arts programme.

Thursday 10 November, Auckland, Mt Albert Grammar, 9.30am – 3.00pm
Friday 18 November, Christchurch, Hagley College, 9.30am – 3.00pm

What to do to reserve a place in a workshop?
1. Send an email to grant.thompson@visualstrategies.co.nz requesting a place on the course.
2. If your school is paying for you to attend, you need to obtain approval. Your place is reserved up until September when an invoice will be sent.
3. The September invoice for $180.00 will be sent to you, and payment of this confirms your attendance.

Digital Drawing & Painting Workshop - Professional Development for Art Teachers

Organisation: Visual Strategies Ltd

Where: Pukekohe, Pukekohe High School; Mt Maunganui, Arataki Community Centre

When: Friday 11 November, 9.30am – 3.00pm; Wednesday 16 November,

Regions: Auckland, Bay of Plenty

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Visual Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: Grant Thompson(grant.thompson@visualstrategies.co.nz )

This digital drawing and painting workshop combines practical techniques suitable for beginning digital artists, and inspirational classroom ideas that can be used at all NCEA levels in painting and aspects of design.
It will include a comprehensive cross-section of digital tips and techniques that will have multiple uses with a diverse range of different subjects from human figures and robots, cityscapes and natural environments to painterly abstraction. Appropriate examples of established practice will be viewed as well as discussion about effective progressive pedagogies, and approaches to developing artistic authenticity.

Friday 11 November, Pukekohe, Pukekohe High School, 9.30am – 3.00pm
Wednesday 16 November, Mt Maunganui, Arataki Community Centre

What to do to reserve a place in a workshop?
1. Send an email to grant.thompson@visualstrategies.co.nz requesting a place on the course.
2. If your school is paying for you to attend, you need to obtain approval. Your place is reserved up until September when an invoice will be sent.
3. The September invoice for $180.00 will be sent to you, and payment of this confirms your attendance.

Kids Pinhole Camera Holiday Workshop

Organisation: CoCA - Centre of Contemporary Art

Where: CoCA, 66 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

When: Thursday, July 14, 10:30 am

Regions: Canterbury

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate

Discipline: Multi-Arts, Visual Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: info@coca.org.nz(info@coca.org.nz)

Inspired by Bridget Reweti's Tirohanga join us for a school holiday workshop.

In this workshop participants will learn about pinhole cameras and photography techniques through a combination of visual presentations and hands on activities. The group will experiment with a room sized camera obscura during the workshop, as well as constructing their own pinhole cameras.

This workshop is $10 per child to cover take home materials and is recommended for children aged 8-14. Younger children will require a parent or caregiver to assist them.

Each workshop has a maximum of 20 places. If a minimum number is not reached CoCA reserves the right to cancel the workshop.

New Media Painting - Auckland

Organisation: Visual Strategies Ltd

Where: Mt Albert Grammar School, Auckland

When: Thursday 10 November 2016

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Visual Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: Grant Thomas(grant.visualstrategies@gmail.com)

Professional Development for Art Teachers

A workshop for teachers that will explore some new media approaches in painting. New Media Painting is contemporary painting that incorporates the use of modern technology and techniques into the production of work e.g. painting and digital photography, painting and digital collage. Contemporary painting approaches form a major part of the practical activities. All exercises and techniques will be suitable for use by students at levels 1, 2 and 3 of NCEA. All attendees receive a Power Point with examples of established practice in New Media Painting.

The days programme will include:
• practical activities with an opportunity to explore a range of media and techniques.
• power point presentation related to new media with examples of both past and contemporary artists work.
• group discussions about digital painting, artistic authenticity, and the use of the post modern aesthetic in classroom programmes.
How do I reserve my place in this workshop?
• send an email to grant.visualstrategies@gmail.com requesting a place on the course. If you are unable to attend the course please advise Grant by Friday 30 September.
• an invoice for $180.00 will be sent on 3 October, and payment of this which will confirm your attendance.

New Media Painting - Christchurch

Organisation: Visual Strategies Ltd

Where: Hagley College, Christchurch

When: Friday 18 November 2016

Regions: Canterbury

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Visual Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: Grant Thomas(grant.visualstrategies@gmail.com )

Professional Development for Art Teachers

A workshop for teachers that will explore some new media approaches in painting. New Media Painting is contemporary painting that incorporates the use of modern technology and techniques into the production of work e.g. painting and digital photography, painting and digital collage. Contemporary painting approaches form a major part of the practical activities. All exercises and techniques will be suitable for use by students at levels 1, 2 and 3 of NCEA. All attendees receive a Power Point with examples of established practice in New Media Painting.

The days programme will include:
• practical activities with an opportunity to explore a range of media and techniques.
• power point presentation related to new media with examples of both past and contemporary artists work.
• group discussions about digital painting, artistic authenticity, and the use of the post modern aesthetic in classroom programmes.
How do I reserve my place in this workshop?
• send an email to grant.visualstrategies@gmail.com requesting a place on the course. If you are unable to attend the course please advise Grant by Friday 30 September.
• an invoice for $180.00 will be sent on 3 October, and payment of this which will confirm your attendance.

Insolent River: A Tango - Exclusive Schools Matinee Performance

Organisation: DANZ

Where: Q Theatre, Auckland

When: Thursday 6 October 2016, 11am-12.30pm

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Dance

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Tempo(info@tempo.co.nz)

Tempo Dance Festival takes place in Auckland from 4-16 October and this year opens with an iconic New Zealand dance piece reworked for the 21st century - Michael Parmenter's Insolent River: A Tango.

DANZ is delighted to be partnering with Tempo in bringing Insolent River: A Tango to the stage in Auckland. Michael Parmenter is one of New Zealand's most revered and influential choreographers and his legacy as a choreographer, dancer and dance educator is very important.

Tempo is offering an exclusive matinee performance of Insolent River: A Tango for tertiary dance institutions, secondary schools and dance schools/studios and we are pleased to be able to extend this offer to you.

The latest issue of the DANZ Magazine features an article by Chris Jannides who interviewed Michael, Maari Gray (1985 version) and Lyne Pringle (1988) about their memories of the piece and why the decision to remount Insolent River was made.

Read DANZ Magazine article ‘Insolent River – Testing the Test of Time’ here (http://danz.org.nz/DANZ+Magazine)
Read full transcript of interview with Michael, Maari and Lyne here (http://danz.org.nz/DANZ%2BMagazine/Insolent+River+Testing+the+Test+of+Time)

Aucktet Playalong

Organisation: Aucktet

Where: Auckland Philharmonia Hall

When: October 8, 2016

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Performance, Workshop

Contact: Ben Zilber(aucktet@gmail.com)

Join us for the first-ever Aucktet Playalong. Our goal is to bring trombone students together from across Auckland to form an instant trombone choir. Participants will be coached and conducted by members of the Aucktet trombone ensemble, who will help them rehearse several works for trombone choir, and present a short concert to finish.

The Aucktet is a low brass ensemble made up of top performers and educators from around Auckland, including musicians from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, teachers from the University of Auckland, and top jazz improvisers.

The event is designed for students at Grade 4 level or above. Music will be delivered in advance via PDF e-mail.

Draft Schedule:
10:00-10:20: Group Warm-Up and Chorales
10:20-12:20: Coaching and Rehearsals with the Aucktet
12:30: Concert

We hope you can join us for this exciting event. If you have any questions, please e-mail aucktet@gmail.com for more information.

Aucktet in Concert

Organisation: Aucktet

Where: Community of Saint Luke, Remuera Road

When: October 16, 2016

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Secondary

Discipline: Music

Type of Event: Performance

Contact: Ben Zilber(aucktet@gmail.com)

The Aucktet trombone ensemble presents an exciting concert of innovative works for brass, including music by Britten, Beethoven, Messiaen, Folke Rabe, and John Mackey.

The Aucktet is Auckland's premiere trombone ensemble, and is comprised of musicians from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal New Zealand Navy Band, as well as top teachers and educators. Our aim is to promote low brass instruments through engaging and inspiring performances, and high-quality educational workshops.

Tickets for this concert are available online through Eventbrite, at a cost of $20 for adults and $10 for students. https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/aucktet-in-concert-tickets-27500737446

Please note, we will have tickets for sale on the day of the concert, at a cost of $25 for adults and $15 for students. Ticket purchases will be CASH ONLY on the day.

NZAHTA Scholarship Day

Organisation: NZHTA

Where: Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium

When: 15 October 2016

Regions: Auckland

Target Audience: Secondary

Discipline: Multi-Arts

Type of Event: Workshop

Contact: Claire Chamberlain(claire.chamberlain@xtra.co.nz)

The cost to students is $15. Please note students will need cash as no EFTPOS facilities will be available.

Registration will be held in the foyer of the Auckland Art Gallery Auckland Auditorium (students will need to enter through the main entrance and walk down the stairs before the reach the original wing of the Gallery).

Here are the approximate running times and activities we have planned. Please note these times and foci may alter on the day.

Programme 15 October Scholarship Workshop

10.00 Registration

10.15 The Bread-and-Bread of Scholarship and Strategies for Academic Success - NZAHTA Exec members

Break

11.30 Talk by Associate Professor Linda Tyler, Director, of the Centre for Art Studies, The University of Auckland
What is art for? How to generate content for your essay by analysing visual information

12.30 Lunch and opportunity to go visit neighboring dealer galleries.

1.15 Panel discussion by past successful Scholarship winners - including the Top Scholar of 2015.

1.45 How to construct an original Scholarship answer - debate between teams of attendees on a past Scholarship question presented as a moot.. The arguments presented can take advantage of Linda Tyler's insights and works viewed in the exhibitions on the day. It will be judged by the Scholarship winners.

Viewing and discussion - Auckland Art Gallery's current exhibitions:
• T he Us in I
• Game Changers: International Modernism
• X Marks the Spot: Histories negotiated
All of these exhibitions offer rich fruit for Scholarship discussion. We hope to have curatorial involvement.

2:30 Debate

Approx end of day 3.00

Please RSVP to the email address claire.chamberlain@xtra.co.nz with numbers and names of your Scholarship candidates who will be attending.

Teachers are welcome to attend too.

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