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February 1, 2023
January School Holiday Programme

January School Holiday Programme

Join us as we explore the Arts in a fun and engaging way. Led by accredited Art teacher Michelle, each workshop enhances your child’s creativity and imagination. Ages 5-12 | Wednesday 11 January - Wednesday 1 February
Workshops + Classes
Jan 29, 2023
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January 29, 2023
Exploring drypoint with Kyla Cresswell

Exploring drypoint with Kyla Cresswell

Explore the possibilities of drypoint with artist Kyla Cresswell. Further your drypoint knowledge and learn how to add colour to your image as part of the print process using ink, chine collé or monoprint. We will also take a look at tetra pack printmaking. Sunday 29 January | 10am - 4pm
Workshops + Classes
Jan 28
Bucket Hat making workshop with Kay Turner

Bucket Hat making workshop with Kay Turner

From Irish fishermen to war veterans to LL Cool J and Run DMC bucket hats have risen from practical purpose, fishermen seeking cover from the rain to high fashion. Satisfy your inner style by coming along to craft yourself a new summer accessory and trying your hand at slow fashion. Saturday 28 January | 11:30am - 1:30pm | WHAKAARI
Workshops + Classes
Jan 28
Introduction to drypoint with artist Kyla Cresswell

Introduction to drypoint with artist Kyla Cresswell

Learn how to make a drypoint etching with artist Kyla Cresswell. Use tools to draw onto a plate and hand print onto paper using an etching press. Create burrs, textures, lines and stipple to build up your image. Suitable for beginners. Saturday 28 January | 10am - 4pm
Workshops + Classes
Jan 25
Rangatahi Holiday workshops - Ages 13 - 18

Rangatahi Holiday workshops - Ages 13 - 18

Join us as we explore the arts in a fun and engaging way. Led by established artists from around Aotearoa, each workshop enhances creativity and imagination through a range of activities.
Workshops + Classes
Jan 24
Squiggla workshops with  artist Kasia Hebda

Squiggla workshops with artist Kasia Hebda

In these workshops, we encourage you to unlearn all that you have been told and connect your playful side connect with your creativity.
Exhibition
Mandy Barker, SHELF-LIFE

Mandy Barker, SHELF-LIFE

A series of photographs by international award-winning British artist Mandy Barker highlighting the impact of society’s reliance on plastic and the damage it causes to marine life and, ultimately, ourselves. 5 December – 24 January | WHAKAARI
Exhibition
Shane Woolridge, Until the Last Drop

Shane Woolridge, Until the Last Drop

Mixed media including tin, glass, variety of plastic rubbish. Shane Woolridge has created Until the Last Drop, 2022 as a local response to British photographer Mandy Barker’s SHELF-LIFE. A work which is made from rubbish collected in Arrowtown.
Exhibition
Andi Regan, Sea Tangle

Andi Regan, Sea Tangle

An installation that mimics the form of three seaweeds, or macroalgae. This installation is thought-provoking, meticulously hand-cut and dyed, the seaweeds writhe and curl like their natural forms. They are constructed from man-made materials and the end result is visually appealing with the strips of nylon full of small bumps and realistic holes.
Workshops + Classes
Jan 21
Introduction to Nature Journaling workshop with Dr Tabatha Forbes

Introduction to Nature Journaling workshop with Dr Tabatha Forbes

Nature journaling is a wonderful creative practice for connecting with our natural environments through observational drawing, painting, and writing. Beginners are welcome. This is the perfect follow-up class to Beginners Botanical art. Saturday 21 January - Sunday 22 January | 10am - 3pm both days
Exhibition
HOOPLA

HOOPLA

An exhibition with the Silver Smiths of studio38. A celebration of the hoop earring. Fashioned and worn for millennia, once part of the ensemble of Kings and Queens, a statement of confidence and diversity, its natural organic circular form symbolises wholeness, unity, and infinity.
Workshops + Classes
Jan 18
Beginners Botanical Art Workshop with Dr Tabatha Forbes

Beginners Botanical Art Workshop with Dr Tabatha Forbes

Botanical art is a beautiful classic art practice for those who love nature, gardening, botany, science and art! Tabatha focuses on the elegant tradition of botanical art, and she takes her students through a little of that history - particularly in its New Zealand context. Wednesday 18 January - Thursday 19 January | 10am - 3pm for both days
Workshops + Classes
Jan 14
Eco-printing workshop with Simone Bensdorp

Eco-printing workshop with Simone Bensdorp

In this workshop, you will learn to eco-print using local plant materials and an iron-based mordant. This method creates clear, dark leaf prints, and is suitable for cellulose fabric – perfect for upcycling clothing or creating original fabric! Saturday 14 January | 9:30am - 12:30pm and 2pm - 5pm | MAHI TAHI
Tamariki
Dec 19
Youthtown Christmas Holiday Programme - Ages 5 - 12

Youthtown Christmas Holiday Programme - Ages 5 - 12

Join us as we get into the Christmas spirit! Led by accredited Art teacher Michelle, each workshop enhances your child’s creativity and imagination. Ages 5-12. Monday – Thursday. All materials provided (Please note children will be supervised during lunch break only if signed onto All Day programme. Please provide a packed lunch).
Workshops + Classes
Dec 16
Young Picassos After School Art Programmes Term 4

Young Picassos After School Art Programmes Term 4

Come along to our Young Picassos Afterschool Art Programme. Lisa Duncan is a professional and qualified artist and teacher who understands how to inspire and draw out the best of a child's creative potential whilst having fun and producing quality artwork.
Workshops + Classes
Dec 14
Youthtown Afterschool Programme Term 4

Youthtown Afterschool Programme Term 4

Come along to our Youthtown Afterschool Programme where we create a fun environment for creative learning. Every Wednesday 3:30pm - 5pm - Ages 5-8. Every Thursday - 3:30pm - 5pm - Ages 9 and 12. REGISTRATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Workshops + Classes
Dec 13
Rangatahi Workshops

Rangatahi Workshops

Join us for an afternoon where we explore a variety of mediums and art forms. Led by accredited art teacher Michelle, these workshops will offer a variety of ways to have fun in the Arts. Tuesdays 3:30pm - 5pm - ages 13 -18 - FREE.
Talks + Symposia
Dec 10
In Conversation: Anny Tubbs (UK) and Martin Hill (Wānaka)

In Conversation: Anny Tubbs (UK) and Martin Hill (Wānaka)

Two perspectives championing environmental change through art. Join Anny Tubbs and Martin Hill as they discuss the topic of art as a platform to champion sustainable and positive change. Saturday 10 December | 10am | WHAKAARI | Free
Workshops + Classes
Dec 10
Recycled Earrings workshop with Kay Turner

Recycled Earrings workshop with Kay Turner

Explore innovative ways to up-cycle waste and found materials into unique wearable designs led by jewellery designer Kay Turner. Make your own pair of sterling silver hoops embellished with recycled plastic. Saturday 10 December | 10am - 12pm | MAHI TAHI | $40
Live Music
Dec 6
Late Night Christmas Shopping

Late Night Christmas Shopping

Celebrate the festive season and shop local this Christmas with our late-night Christmas shopping night!
Tamariki
Nov 23
Magical Music with Erica - ages 2 - 5

Magical Music with Erica - ages 2 - 5

Turn Up the Music Charitable Trust introduces Magical Music with Erica for young children aged 2 to 5. 11am, Mondays and Wednesdays | PUĀWAI
Workshops + Classes
Nov 28
Weekly Pottery Workshops

Weekly Pottery Workshops

Try out or improve your pottery skills! Tuesday mornings, 10am-12pm & Thursday evenings, 6-8pm | TE PĀ MATAPAIA
Exhibition
Where the World Falls Away

Where the World Falls Away

A selection of video, photography and painting by local and international artists reflecting solitude and togetherness - the key themes of the 2022 At the World's Edge (AWE) Festival. 1 October - 28 November 2022.
Exhibition
Taiao Toi Māori

Taiao Toi Māori

Tuatahi Creatives present an exhibition exploring the natural world through the artistic expressions of contemporary Māori artists from Aotearoa. 28 October – 23 November | WHAKAARI
Festivals
Nov 11
Queenstown Writers Festival

Queenstown Writers Festival

The Queenstown Writers Festival is a biennial boutique festival that brings writers and readers together to celebrate the written word in many forms. At this spring event novelists, poets, short-story writers, children’s writers and non-fiction writers talk about books, share their stories and lead writing workshops. 11 November - 13 November
Talks + Symposia
Oct 28
WAO Rethink Kōrero/Conversations

WAO Rethink Kōrero/Conversations

Living Within Our Limits: Green Growth vs Degrowth, 28 October, 5:30-7:30pm | PUĀWAI
Talks + Symposia
Oct 25
WAO Rethink Kōrero/Conversations

WAO Rethink Kōrero/Conversations

Food For Thought: Creating Resilient Food Systems, 25 October 2022, 5:30-7:30pm | PUĀWAI
Live Music
Oct 22
(Love) Miles and Chet

(Love) Miles and Chet

A show romancing the music of two of the greatest trumpet players ever to walk the earth. From passionate ballads, raging swing tempos, to cool muted grooves with a funky connotation. A modern glimpse into the life and times of these two innovators. If you love Miles Davis and Chet Baker or just beautiful jazz you will enjoy this. Saturday 22 October, 7:30pm | PUĀWAI
Exhibition
Oct 5
Legends of our Lands: Our Stories, Our Places, Our People

Legends of our Lands: Our Stories, Our Places, Our People

Mīharo is proud to present an exhibition that celebrates the work of early childhood tamariki through to high school rangatahi based on the theme ‘Legends of our Lands, our people, our places, our stories.’ 30 September – 21 October | WHAKAARI
Festivals
Oct 8
At the World’s Edge Festival

At the World’s Edge Festival

A journey of sight and sound, of solitude and togetherness, of wonder and awe through six intertwined programmes, free Queenstown events and AWE Community performances. Take your place At the World’s Edge this October.
Tamariki
Oct 3
October School Holidays - Ages 5 - 12

October School Holidays - Ages 5 - 12

Join us as we explore the Arts in a fun and engaging way. Led by accredited Art teacher Michelle, each programme enhances creativity and imagination through a range of activities. Ages 5-12 Monday – Friday 9am - 3.30pm All materials provided – please bring a packed lunch.
Dance
Oct 11
October School Holidays Dance Workshop: CONJAH (Ages 13 - 18)

October School Holidays Dance Workshop: CONJAH (Ages 13 - 18)

Join us as we explore movement in this four-day contemporary, street dance workshop. Led by contemporary dance artists Ooshcon and Jahra Wasasala (CONJAH), this programme will enable young people to embrace body language as their first language. No experience required. Tuesday 11 October - Friday 14 October, 11am - 3pm. $10 | KAPA TAHI
Talks + Symposia
Oct 6
Tea break talks

Tea break talks

Drop by and meet Te Atamira staff, artists and special guests for informal talks about current exhibitions and events over a cuppa. Every Thursday morning at 10:30 | MANAAKI NUI.
Workshops + Classes
Oct 3
October School Holidays Workshops - Ages 13 - 18

October School Holidays Workshops - Ages 13 - 18

Join us as we explore the Arts in a fun and engaging way. Each programme enhances creativity and imagination through a range of activities. FREE Ages 13 - 18 Tuesday - Thursday 12pm - 2pm
Workshops + Classes
Sep 23
Creative Producers

Creative Producers

Are you interested in designing arts programmes and creative production? Perhaps you would like to know more about how to turn an idea into a reality? If this sounds like you, come and join our Creative Producers group. 13-18 year olds, Fridays at 3:30 (term-time only). FREE - registration is required.
Workshops + Classes
Sep 21
Youthtown Afterschool Programme Term 3

Youthtown Afterschool Programme Term 3

Come along to our Youthtown Afterschool Programme where we create a fun environment for creative learning. Every Wednesday 3:30pm - 5pm - Ages 5-8. Every Thursday - 3:30pm - 5pm - Ages 9 and 12. REGISTRATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Exhibition
Sep 19
Queenstown Embroiderers' Guild: A History in Stitch and other work

Queenstown Embroiderers' Guild: A History in Stitch and other work

The Queenstown Embroiderers’ Guild presents a selection of their work alongside four panels from the Tapestry Trust of New Zealand’s ongoing project New Zealand: A History in Stitch. 19-29 September | MANAAKI NUI
Workshops + Classes
Sep 21
Magical Music with Erica - ages 2 - 5

Magical Music with Erica - ages 2 - 5

TURN UP THE MUSIC CHARITABLE TRUST introduces MAGICAL MUSIC WITH ERICA for young children aged 2 to 5. 11am, Mondays and Wednesdays | PUĀWAI
Workshops + Classes
Sep 24
Learn to Embroider

Learn to Embroider

Come and join Nat Perks for a cosy afternoon of embroidery - go slow, chill and create together. Saturday, 24 September, 1-4pm | MAHI TAHI
Festivals
Sep 15
Queenstown Salsa Festival

Queenstown Salsa Festival

The Queenstown Salsa Festival is back for a second year from the 15th of September to the 18th of September 2022.
Exhibition
Aug 6
Arts in Schools: Remarkables Primary School Exhibition

Arts in Schools: Remarkables Primary School Exhibition

6 - 24 August - showcase of artwork created by students in Years 5 to 6; 30 August - 17 September, Years 7 & 8, produced through the Three Lakes Cultural Trust Arts in Schools programme 2022 | MANAAKI NUI
Exhibition
Aug 6
Kyla Cresswell, Emma Kitson, Kim Lowe: Ko Murihiku Tōku Whaea | Southern Mother

Kyla Cresswell, Emma Kitson, Kim Lowe: Ko Murihiku Tōku Whaea | Southern Mother

An exhibition with works by printmakers Kyla Cresswell, Emma Kitson and Kim Lowe, exploring the artists’ connections to Southland and celebrating Murihiku, the great Southern Mother. 6 August - 14 September | WHAKAARI
Performing Arts + Theatre
Sep 11
Solitude - The Secret Life of Annie Chaffey

Solitude - The Secret Life of Annie Chaffey

DramaLAB’s award winning solo show Solitude is about the hidden life of Annie Chaffey. In 1913 Annie fled into the remote Kahurangi Nat Park with her lover Henry where she spent forty years in raw exile. Martine Baanvinger brings you this remarkable true NZ story in an incredibly imaginative and touching way. Sunday 11 September, 7pm | PUĀWAI
Film Screenings
Aug 28
Fiona Clark: Unafraid, 2021

Fiona Clark: Unafraid, 2021

Fiona Clark: Unafraid, dir. Lula Cucchiara (2021). Film screening followed by talk and Q & A with renowned NZ photographer and social documentarian Fiona Clark. Sunday 28 August, 3pm | PUĀWAI
Workshops + Classes
Aug 27
Introduction to drypoint by Kyla Cresswell

Introduction to drypoint by Kyla Cresswell

Learn the process of creating a drypoint and printing by hand on an etching press. Create your own prints and learn how to add colour. Saturday 27 August and Sunday 28 August, 10am-12pm | MAHI TAHI
Live Music
Aug 27
Fitter, Happier, More Productive- A night of Radiohead

Fitter, Happier, More Productive- A night of Radiohead

Come and join Mark, Lizzie. Elis, Andy and Teegs as they explore the slightly weird but very wonderful world of Radiohead - a Te Atamira Nights Concert. Saturday 27 August, 7pm | PUĀWAI
Live Music
Aug 21
Te Atamira nights - The Eastern

Te Atamira nights - The Eastern

The Eastern with guests and friends Tom Maxwell & The Killergrams. Sunday 21 August | 7pm - 9pm | PUĀWAI
Live Music
Aug 19
Song Circle - Write one - Play One - Five Songwriters Trade Songs

Song Circle - Write one - Play One - Five Songwriters Trade Songs

Five songwriters, Louis Koopman, Violet Hirst, Katy Anderson, Margaret O'Hanlon and Pol Nicholson, trade songs in this experiment of creation. Friday 19 August, 7 - 8:30 pm | PUĀWAI
Workshops + Classes
Aug 10
Youthtown Open Workshops

Youthtown Open Workshops

Get a taster of our upcoming after-school programmes with this series of free open workshops. REGISTRATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Performing Arts + Theatre
Aug 16
Dry Spell - Film Screening + Meet the Dancers Q+A

Dry Spell - Film Screening + Meet the Dancers Q+A

Film screening of the acclaimed Footnote NZ Dance Company's touring work Dry Spell, followed by Q & A with dancers. Tuesday 16 August, 6:30pm | PUĀWAI
Performing Arts + Theatre
Aug 14
Mad Doggerel Cabaret

Mad Doggerel Cabaret

Creative Queenstown and Queenstown Writers' Festival with Arts on Tour proudly present Mad Doggerel Cabaret - Two poets and a musician combine to present a comic and lyric portrait of Aotearoa New Zealand and its place in the South Pacific today. Sunday 14 August, 7.30pm | PUĀWAI
Workshops + Classes
Aug 10
Open Workshop - Fancy Feathers - Ages 6 - 8

Open Workshop - Fancy Feathers - Ages 6 - 8

Join us as we take inspiration from the works of illustrator, Sally Payne and create a mixed media masterpiece! 10 August, 3.30-5pm. FREE | MAHI TAHI
Workshops + Classes
Aug 7
Ink workshop with Kim Lowe

Ink workshop with Kim Lowe

Ōtautahi-based artist Kim Lowe is hosting an exploratory workshop in Chinese ink and brush techniques. Sunday 7 August, 11am - 1pm | MAHI TAHI
Workshops + Classes
May 21
MILK Bottle People: Messages of identity, life and kinship

MILK Bottle People: Messages of identity, life and kinship

MILK Bottle People, organised by Frankton Library, is a series of community art workshops culminating in an exhibition from 15 June to 31 July | MANAAKI MAI. Opening event: Wednesday 15 June, 6-8pm.
Exhibition
Jul 12
Rachel Shearer, Te Oro o te Ao

Rachel Shearer, Te Oro o te Ao

Eight-channel sound installation by Auckland-based artist and musician Rachel Shearer (Pākehā, Rongowhakaata, Te Aitanga a Māhaki). 12-31 July | WHAKAARI. Artist's talk: Tuesday 12 July, 10.30am. **EXTENDED UNTIL 3 AUGUST**
Exhibition
Jul 14
OPEN STUDIO: Steve Solomon

OPEN STUDIO: Steve Solomon

Find out more about the work of kaiwhakairo Steve Solomon who will be working in MANAAKI NUI Tuesdays – Saturdays 10am – 4pm, 14-31 July. **EXTENDED UNTIL 4 AUGUST
Workshops + Classes
Jul 15
Release your Inner Superhero!

Release your Inner Superhero!

FRIDAY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME - WHAM! ZAP! POW! In this programme children will cast loose their inner superhero, cape included. Ages 6-12 9.00am - 3.30pm ($50 (bring along a white t-shirt, all other materials provided).
Workshops + Classes
Jul 11
WINTER SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

WINTER SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

Join in on the fun this school holidays with a range of exciting activities every day for children 6 - 12 years old. Time: Everyday, 9am - 3:30pm Cost: $50
Workshops + Classes
Jul 14
Me and my Treasures

Me and my Treasures

THURSDAY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME - Explore identity through the eyes of an artist. Children will examine the works of contemporary portrait artists Chris Ofili and Teesha Moore, as they inspect portraiture with a twist. With guest talk from local carver Steve Solomon, children will reflect on the theme of Taonga as they create meaningful trinkets. Ages 6-12 9.00am - 3.30pm $50 (all materials provided).
Workshops + Classes
Jul 13
Be the Beat!

Be the Beat!

WEDNESDAY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME - Explore rhythm and skip to the beat. In this programme, children will explore sound and movement through a variety of mediums. Ages 6-12 9.00am - 3.30pm ($50 all materials provided)
Workshops + Classes
Jul 12
Monster Move and Groove

Monster Move and Groove

TUESDAY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME - Transform the world as you know it as you delve into the life of a monster. Create freaky sidekicks in clay and textiles and explore body movement as you step into the role of a creepy creature. Ages 6-12 9.00am - 3.30pm $50 (bring along an empty tin can to upcycle, all other materials provided)
Workshops + Classes
Jul 11
Exploring Matariki

Exploring Matariki

MONDAY SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME - Celebrate the rise of Matariki in the winter skies with us! Children will explore a range of constructing techniques as they design and make a range of kites, stars and lanterns. Ages 6-12 9.00am-3.30pm $50 (bring along a white t-shirt to upcycle, all other materials provided)
Exhibition
Jun 23
OPEN STUDIO: Jasmine Clark

OPEN STUDIO: Jasmine Clark

Arrowtown-based weaver Jasmine Clark will be working in our project space, MANAAKI NUI, Mondays – Fridays between 23 June and 10 July, 11am – 3pm.
Workshops + Classes
Jul 9
Flax weaving - Waikawa basket with Jasmine Clark

Flax weaving - Waikawa basket with Jasmine Clark

***SOLD OUT*** Spend a day learning to weave NZ flax/harakeke and create your own beautiful Waikawa storage basket. This technique uses whole flax leaves to create a large strong practical basket. Saturday 9 July, 10am-4pm | MANAAKI NUI
Workshops + Classes
Jul 3
Rattan weaving with Jasmine Clark

Rattan weaving with Jasmine Clark

***SOLD OUT*** Working with rattan vine and other found and recycled materials you will learn the art of random weaving, creating one-of-a-kind baskets and wall sculptures. Sunday 3 July, 10am - 4pm | MANAAKI NUI
Exhibition
May 16
In Bathing, Bask

In Bathing, Bask

Bailee Lobb’s exhibition In Bathing, Bask is an installation of large, brightly coloured inflatable sculptures, transforming the gallery into an immersive and playful environment.
Workshops + Classes
Jun 26
Wire weaving with Jasmine Clark

Wire weaving with Jasmine Clark

Using recycled copper wire you will learn techniques to create and weave beautiful feathers and baskets. Sunday 26 June, 10am-4pm | MANAAKI NUI ***SOLD OUT***
Matariki
Jun 25
Matariki Bunting Workshop

Matariki Bunting Workshop

In these fun workshops guided by Ngāi Tahu artist Emma Kitson, participants will create their own Matariki bunting to take home using simple relief printmaking techniques. Saturday 25 June at 10am - 12pm & 2pm - 4pm | MAHI TAHI
Matariki
Jun 25
Waiata and korero with Cory Ratahi and Ngā Manu Hou

Waiata and korero with Cory Ratahi and Ngā Manu Hou

Celebrate Matariki by joining Cory Ratahi with Ngā Manu Hou for a community waiata singalong! Saturday 25 June at 3pm. FREE - no booking required.
Matariki
Jun 24
MATARIKI PROGRAMME

MATARIKI PROGRAMME

Our winter season begins with a variety of community-oriented, whānau-friendly workshops and events to celebrate Māori new year. 24 – 25 June.
Matariki
Jun 24
Jahra Wasasala and Ooshcon (CONJAH): Open Movement Workshop

Jahra Wasasala and Ooshcon (CONJAH): Open Movement Workshop

Visiting Moana multidisciplinary artists Jahra Wasasala and Ooshcon (collectively known as CONJAH) present an open movement workshop. Friday 24 June, 10am - 12pm | KAPA TAHI
Matariki
Jun 24
Jahra Wasasala: Film Screening and Talk

Jahra Wasasala: Film Screening and Talk

Screening of the short film Wound (2020), dir. Frances Carter, followed by a talanoa (conversation) with artist and world-builder Jahra Wasasala on their embodiment process. (Film contains flashing images). Friday 24 June, 2pm | PUĀWAI.
Matariki
Jun 24
Kite-making workshop

Kite-making workshop

Bring along your imagination to make colourful winter kites to celebrate Matariki! Drop in between 10am and 2pm, Friday 24 June | MAHI TAHI
Matariki
Jun 24
Matariki Pottery Class

Matariki Pottery Class

Your instructor will show you how to make a plate or bowl using a mould and then decorate it with coloured slips and underglazes. Friday 24 June, 10am - 12pm | TE PĀ MATAPAIA
Matariki
Jun 24
Paihikara: Follow the Light

Paihikara: Follow the Light

The OneBike team presents a mystery twilight bike coinciding with our first Matariki holiday. Meet at Te Atamira from 3pm on Friday 24 June.
Jun 21
Volunteer Expo: Time to Shine - He wā pīataata

Volunteer Expo: Time to Shine - He wā pīataata

Keen to volunteer? Come to this expo hosted by Volunteer South and The Kiwi Kit Community Trust, to meet many different groups and charitable trusts seeking volunteers! Tuesday 21 June 430-6pm. Everyone welcome!
Film Screenings
May 20
Constraint and Freedom

Constraint and Freedom

A selection of recent artists’ films from around the globe. Fridays - Sundays from 20 May - 19 June, 10am - 4pm.
Drop-in Sessions
May 16
Listening, moving, breathing

Listening, moving, breathing

Free weekly sound-bathing and mindful movement sessions with Te Atamira resident artists Sunny Sky (Mondays at 5:30pm) and Anna Stuart (Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2:15).
Exhibition
May 16
Queenstown Art Society: The Past, the Present and the Future

Queenstown Art Society: The Past, the Present and the Future

Exhibition celebrating 60 years of the Queenstown Art Society.
Talks + Symposia
Jun 11
Brain Based Parenting with Victoria Jenkins

Brain Based Parenting with Victoria Jenkins

Talks + Symposia
Jun 7
In conversation with… Jamar Roberts

In conversation with… Jamar Roberts

Join us at 11am on Tuesday 7 June either in person at Te Atamira or online for a conversation with highly acclaimed American dancer and choreographer Jamar Roberts.
Drop-in Sessions
May 16
Support sessions with Pivotal Point for questions around neurodiversity

Support sessions with Pivotal Point for questions around neurodiversity

Pivotal Point is a charitable trust that was established last year to help support neurodiverse tamariki and their whānau within the Whakatipu Basin. Mondays at 10am - 16, 23, 30 May & 6 June.
Live Music
Jun 3
NZ Music Month - EchoKnot

NZ Music Month - EchoKnot

Somnia: Multi-media show by Queenstown band EchoKnot, supported by Estrogen. Friday 3 June & Saturday 4 June - Doors open: 7pm.
Performing Arts + Theatre
May 28
Art Chemist: Prescriptions and creative cure-alls

Art Chemist: Prescriptions and creative cure-alls

Audiences are invited into the Art Chemist for a ‘consultation’ where they will be prescribed paintings, sculptures or creative undertakings to soothe their ailments – be they physical, emotional or existential. Saturday 28 May - Sunday 29 May, 10am-4pm.
Talks + Symposia
May 29
In conversation with... Bailee Lobb

In conversation with... Bailee Lobb

Talk with artist Bailee Lobb about her work and current exhibition at Te Atamira. Sunday 29 May, 11am
Workshops + Classes
May 28
Folding Patterns Workshop: Dying with Shibori

Folding Patterns Workshop: Dying with Shibori

Shibori dying workshop with artist Bailee Lobb - Saturday 28 May, 10am-1pm.
Live Music
May 28
NZ Music Month - David Bell

NZ Music Month - David Bell

Original piano compositions, blues guitar and folk songs by local musician David Bell. Saturday 28 May - Doors open 7pm.
Live Music
May 27
NZ Music Month - Milly Bea and Taylor Dossetor: Femme Persuasion

NZ Music Month - Milly Bea and Taylor Dossetor: Femme Persuasion

Milly and Taylor dive into the often neglected world of female artists in the music world. Friday 27 May - Doors open 7pm.
Workshops + Classes
May 22
Three Lakes Cultural Trust - Wellness Workshop

Three Lakes Cultural Trust - Wellness Workshop

Wellness workshop by physiotherapist and breathing coach Emma Ferris, director of The Breath Effect. Sunday 22 May at 6pm.
Live Music
May 21
NZ Music Month - Oliveye

NZ Music Month - Oliveye

'Many Dates, Many Lessons' - a musical journey by singer-songwriter Oliveye. Saturday 21 May - Doors open at 7pm.
Live Music
May 20
NZ Music Month - Billie Carey

NZ Music Month - Billie Carey

Young local singer-songwriter Billie Carey performs an array of past and new material. Friday 20 May - Doors open 7pm.