A Waka Odyssey, Family, Kupe Dreaming 26 – 28 Feb
Be among the few lucky Festival-goers to experience one of these mighty Pacific sailing waka in action on Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington Harbour.
Free 09 Mar
Providing temporary public open space . . . one Parking spot at a time. Park(ing) Day is an annual open-source global event where citizens, artists and designers collaborate temporarily to transform metered Parking spaces into living Parks.
Access, Artist Talk, Theatre 07 – 11 Mar
Samoan New Zealander Tusiata Avia’s poetry becomes a fearless and enchanting piece of theatre under the direction of Anapela Polata'ivao and a cast of six powerful Pasefika actresses.
Festival Club, Writers & Readers 09 Mar
Explore the chequered past and fraught future of local radical journalism in this loose and lively session celebrating (to the day!) the 80th anniversary of the founding of Victoria University of Wellington’s student newspaper, Salient.
Free, Visual Arts 23 Feb – 08 Apr
This exhibition brings to light the risks that climate change presents to Pacific Island women and the issues we share as Pacific neighbours.
Writers & Readers 10 Mar
Discover how Australian authors Ursula Dubosarsky and Nick Earls foster fascination for word fun in young audiences through their award-winning books, with children's writer Kate De Goldi.