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HUMAN HANGOUT
Friday 8 March 2019 - 4 to 6.30pm

We’re having a Human Agency hang-out NEXT Friday. This is a chance to get to know fellow Human Agency members, let us know how you’re going & what you’re up too, and for us to show off our flash new Human Agency HQ! We’ll be around from about 4-6.30pm at 97 Williamson Ave, Grey Lynn. Best way to get in is to enter through the black gate on the Elgin street side. Snacks, drinks and fun conversation to be had. We look forward to seeing you here!
 

 


Human Hangout Friday 8 March

Industry News

STRAIGHT FORWARD - TVNZ
TVNZ has added Straight Forward, an ambitious global co-production, to its 2018 line-up. Partnering with production companies and broadcasters in Denmark and US. Filmed in Queenstown and Copenhagen and created by award-winning writer, John Banas (Resolve, Dear Murderer), the eight-part series follows a Danish woman’s attempts to leave her criminal past behind her by moving to a small New Zealand town. TVNZ will be the first to bring Straight Forward to New Zealand audiences and the worldwide premiere will be on Viaplay’s streaming service in 2018. 
 
NZ ON AIR - RECENT FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Vai, 1 x 86 mins, Brown Sugar Apple Grunt Productions for Maori Television, up to $199,000 
Vai is a feature film, written and directed by 8 women about the journey of empowerment through culture over the life time of one woman, Vai.

The Bad Seed, 5 x 44 mins, Jump Film & Television with South Pacific Pictures for TVNZ 1, up to $5,586,890 
A psychological thriller based on two critically-acclaimed Charlotte Grimshaw novels.

Fresh Eggs, 6 x 45 mins, Warner Bros NZ for TVNZ 2, up to $4,385,309
Black comedy about a couple's quest for "the good life" that goes wickedly awry.

The Brokenwood Mysteries 5, 4 x 90 mins, South Pacific Pictures for Prime, up to $3,636,000
NZ's unique murder-mystery series is back for a 5th season.

RECENT COMMERCIAL WORK
 
Vodafone: The Future According to Evelyn and featuring Jocelyn McQuaid.
Lloyds Bank Shot in the South Island and features Michael Dunn.
2 Degrees Mobile Shot in Wellington and features Challote Elliot
Genesis: With you For You featuring Justin Haiu
Department of Lost Nights: The Lost Night featuring Andrew Jones
GO Healthy: GO be you featuring Phill Palmer
Speights TVC featuring Eoin McDonald
Nova Energy TVC featuring Junior Misimoa and Elaine Delany


 
 
NZ FILM COMMISSION - RECENT FUNDING DECISIONS
The Board approved six applications for production financing at a recent Board meeting, facilitating some great acting opportunities. 

Baby, Done Faced with impending parenthood and a looming loss of freedom, Zoe wants her and Tim to live nine months like it's their last, but their opposite reactions to having a baby quickly threaten to tear them apart. Written by Sophie Vowell, Baby, Done will be directed by Curtis Vowell and produced by Polly Fryer and Morgan Waru.
 
Coming Home in the Dark A teacher is forced to confront a secret from his past when a pair of ruthless drifters take him and his family on a nightmare road-trip.  Written by Eli Kent and James Ashcroft, Coming Home in the Dark will be directed by James Ashcroft, produced by Mike Minogue and Desray Armstrong and executive produced by Catherine Fitzgerald.
 
There's No I in Threesome A documentary about Ollie and his fiancée Zoe exploring non-monogamy turns into a drama when he has to re-cast her in order to complete the film. Written by Natalie Medlock, There's No I in Threesome will be directed by Jan Oliver Lucks, written by Jan Ollie Lucks and Natalie Medlock and produced by Alexander Behse and Alex Reed.
 
Come to Daddy After being summoned to a remote coastal cabin by his estranged father, Norval, a wannabe music impresario and full-time fashion snob, suddenly finds himself out of his comfort zone when his father's criminal past comes knocking. Written by Toby Barnes (AKA Toby Harvard), Come to Daddy will be directed by Ant Timpson and produced by Emma Slade.
 
 


Advancement & Opportunities

PHOTOGRAPHY 
When you are being submitted for a job your headshot is often one of many the casting director will get to select potential auditionees from.  Make sure your shot stands out and says ‘meet me, get to know me, audition me’. Getting a performing gig starts by getting in the door of a casting directors office. Regardless of how great your performing skills are, if you don't have a great headshot, the casting director may never know you exist. Please help us to help you by ensuring you have vibrant and strong headshots.

Photographer Links:
Andi Crown Photography  - www.andicrown.com
Sacha Stejko Photography - www.sachastejko.com

EQUITY NEW ZEALAND
Equity New Zealand acts for the interests of New Zealand’s professional performers, to make their lives better. In addition to championing for your rights as a performer they also offer advice, subsidised workshops and training, networking opportunities and they keep you up to date with industry news.
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EQUITY SELF-TEST STUDIO
Induction Sessions

Equity members get access to the self-test studio which is now available in Auckland.  You must attend an Induction or watch their training video to be able to use the studio. No registration is necessary but make sure to record your name after you’ve completed the session.
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TAPAC: AFTER SCHOOL AND EVENING CLASSES
100 Motions Road, Western Springs, Auckland

One of the city’s most popular performance, rehearsal and performing arts education venues, TAPAC inclusively serves the creative needs and interests of Auckland’s diverse performing arts community. They welcome a broad cross-section of the community to this vibrant, purpose-built facility, making involvement in the performing arts accessible and affordable for those who would not commonly attend performing arts classes or productions. In addition to hosting events they also run a number of after school and evening performing arts education programmes for children and adults. 
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ACCENT COACH - SARAH VALENTINE
Authentic accents for actors

Do you need to learn an accent super fast for an audition but don't have time to skype or taking a coaching session? You can email Sarah your audition script and she can create a recording and get it back to you, usually within 24 hours. Alternatively if you need to master a global accent for a TV or Film role then contact Sarah to discuss how she can help coach your accent to sound authentic for that Film or TV role. Sessions are also available via skype. Sarah has coached 100s of actors and can help you too.
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Previous News & Events

DOUBLE DERELICTS
Te Oro, Glen Innes - 16 & 17 November 2018

Share the joy and tomfoolery of the White Face Crew in a superbly choreographed show, involving couch leaping, shoe stealing, and good old-fashioned clowning around. Two colourful street characters go head to head in a city park. What begins as a hilarious duet turns into a charming tale when a gloomy businessman interrupts their daily routine. Will his dark clouds engulf them or can they turn his frown upside down? This is top notch physical theatre and dance from the award-winning White Face Crew. Choreographed by HA Justin Haiu and directed by Jarod Rawiri, Double Derelicts showcases the unique and spontaneous physical comedy the White Face Crew is famous for. Fun for all ages, and guaranteed to amuse and impress! 
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BASEMENT ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
BAD MOOD, Basement Theatre - 6 to 10 November 2018?

HA Tallulah Holly-Massey is a dancer with disruption at the heart of what she does. Her choreography and artistic development challenge the idea of what a dance work can be. She has collaborated with Basement Theatre on their Labs, Not Dogs initiative, has presented works in their Winter 2016 Season, and their Fringe Performance Salon in 2017. This year, Tallulah is Basement's Artist-in-Residence, meaning she will have a show featured in each of their three seasons. Tallulah will be presenting Bad Mood in November as the third and final of these three works. BAD MOOD celebrates multifaceted female characters through theatrical and filmic devices. Performed by HA Kelly Nash, HA Zahra Killeen-Chance, HA Nancy Wijohn and HA Live Events Guru Lara Liew.
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TVNZ HEI HEI
We love these shots of @boliewking in George&Me... Bo plays George, a curious kiwi kid who has an inquisitive animated side-kick called Me. Together they discover all kinds of cool, weird and gross stuff about the human body. George & Me uses animation to create a fresh fun science-based series that gives kids insights about themselves! The whole first season of George&Me can be viewed now on HEI HEI @nzheihei.
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SHORTLAND STREET: THE MUSICAL
ASB Waterfront Theatre, Opens 14 November 2018
The ASB season of SHORTLAND STREET - THE MUSICAL bursts onto the ASB Waterfront Theatre stage this November! An affectionate parody of the soap genre and a celebration of our beloved Kiwi serial drama, the ASB season of SHORTLAND STREET - THE MUSICAL is erupting with infectious tunes, side-splitting laughs and 90s throwbacks! Relive the cliffhanger storylines injected with gut-busting musical numbers including “Not in Guatemala Now” and “The Five Wives of Doctor Warner”. Shortland Street producer, Simon Bennett, directs a stellar cast including HA Rebekkah Schoonbeek-Berridge (Pleasuredome, Chicago) along with an ensemble of musical pros! The show will also be touring nationally in March and April 2019.
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CITY OF 100 LOVERS MUSICAL 
Landing Auckland - October 2018

A first of its kind is coming to Auckland this October.
The launch of a never seen before, live stage show, created by a global production team of uncompromising talent; utilising advanced, state of the art technology to immerse the audience in new ways of experiencing theatre telling a story that is uniquely our own – our people, our culture, our city, our land and our journey. Featuring eight amazing HA performers. Sign up for news as it lands.

THE BIG SCREEN SYMPOSIUM 2018
26 & 27 October
The Big Screen Symposium, brought to you by Script to Screen and J&A Productions, brings the filmmakers of Aotearoa New Zealand together for debate, discussion, information and inspiration. The event is for all those who bring our stories to the screen: from directors, writers and producers to musicians, actors and technicians to business people, distributors and film students. It presents a big picture of the world of film and television, a great networking opportunity, and a wealth of insights and information on the pertinent issues facing filmmakers today.  

DANCE INTENSIVE WITH TARREN JOHNSON
Wellesley Studios Friday 24 August at 6pm

Cultivate your choreographic voice while deepening your technical abilities as a contemporary dancer. This workshop aims to open up ways of thinking about space, composition and technique to increase artistic freedom and expressivity while dancing. The first part of the day will include an in depth warm up, followed by across-the-floor exercises and choreography. Dancers deepen their understanding of fluid weight shifting, awareness of movement initiation and working off of their centre axis. The second part of the day will focus on an array of compositional and improvisational exercises aimed to increase legibility and experimental uses of space and movement. Registrations close Friday August 17th.
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SHOW ME SHORTS: NZ INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
In Cinemas 6 to 28 October 2018
Good things come in small packages.  The 13th edition of Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading international short film festival are about to open. Show Me Shorts 2018 will take place this Spring in more than 25 cinemas nationwide from Kaitaia to Stewart Island. Short films can be any genre. They accept animation, documentary, comedy, horror, drama and everything in between. They do have a preference for cinematic narrative-style films with strong audience appeal, as well as films that are making their premiere in the festival. Respected and experienced judges from the film industry help decide the winners, with creativity, cinematic films and original vision being strong factors they look for.

DUFFY AND THE CLOCKBAY BULLY
TAPAC - 9 to 12 October

The holiday fun continues with an entertaining and fun theatre show presented by Duffy Books in Homes and featuring HA Forrest Denize. Duffy and the Cloakbay Bully counters bullying and promotes friendship through the power of books and reading. There will be fun activities before the shows, including colouring and a book swap so to early to make the most of a Duffy afternoon! Tickets cost $10 and under 5s are free.
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UNITEC DANCE - 2019 INTAKE
Join the whanau that is at the heart of the NZ dance industry. Unitec Dance offers you the best of both worlds. They are the only degree program in NZ that offers full time technical, choreographic, and academic training with a strong focus on performance. Applications to audition for their 2019 intake close 19th October! Apply now to attend Unitec's two day audition weekend, 28th-29th October 2018.  Go to https://www.unitec.ac.nz/dance to apply. An audition information booklet will be sent to all audition applicants.

TEMPO DANCE FESTIVAL 2018
Q Theatre - 3 to 14 October 2018
Get ready for 12 days of dance! Tempo Dance Festival returns to Q Theatre this October with a stunning line-up for two weeks celebrating all things that move, groove and get loose! This year's programme consist of world renowned international dance artists as well as some of New Zealand's best known and critically acclaimed artists and loads of incredibly talented HA creatives and performers. Tempo’s annual dance festival is New Zealand’s ONLY comprehensive dance festival and allows you to experience some of the country’s most innovative and original dancing talents. Buy a ten-trip pass and save. Pay $200* (Or $206 online) for 10 shows. Use them all yourself or share with family and friends. Link Check out 2018 festival highlights! 
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SHORT + SWEET AUCKLAND 2018
TAPAC, 2 to 22 September 2018
Dubbed the world’s biggest little festival, Short+Sweet is a performing arts festival that celebrates the 10-minute performance format across theatre, dance, song and cabaret! With Festivals across the world, Short+Sweet is all about providing a platform for actors, dancers, singers, writers, film makers, choreographers, musos and directors to collaborate, experiment and create high quality new work in a professional theatre environment reflecting each Festival city. For the 2018 edition, Short+Sweet Festival Auckland will encompass Theatre and Dance across a two-week season at TAPAC.
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FOOTNOTE: BALANCING POINT
Q Theatre - 28 & 29 August 2018

Balancing Point is a breathtaking contemporary dance double-bill by Footnote New Zealand Dance. For their major season of 2018, Footnote intersects two hypnotic new dance works by New Zealand and Australian choreographers Zahra Killeen-Chance (of HA), James O’Hara & Eliza Sanders. It features dancers Joshua Faleatua and Adam Naughton who are represented by The Human Agency.
 
REFLECTIONS IN THE DUST - FILM
A trailer has been released for Luke Sullivan’s Reflections in the Dust which combines elements of both documentary and fiction, blending factual interviews with an ominous post-apocalyptic tale and stars HA Sarah Houbolt in her debut lead role. Sarah, a prominent figure in the Australian arts scene, is blind and suffers from the rare Hallermein-Streiff syndrome. She is an accomplished physical theater and circus performer, ex Paralympian and internationally renowned advocate for disabled inclusion. She has recently been invited to the United Nations to speak about the rights of women with disability.
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BURLESQUE HALL OF FAME 2018, LAS VEGAS
We are over the moon for Chris Olwage (@colwage) who won Most Dazzling at the Burlesque Hall of Fame 2018. A well deserved accolade for an incredible performer. Congratulations Chris, can’t wait to see what’s next.
 
CAFE THEATRE
Tiny Theatre, Garnet Station - the last Sunday of each month

HA Forrest Denize appeared as Emily in the official launch of Cafe Theatre's monthly live play readings at Tiny Theatre in Westmere.  Jennifer Ward-Lealand opened the evening followed by a reading of 'Thanksgiving in the Wilderness' by Kellie Powel.  Guests enjoyed live music by ROOK with the famous wood-fire pizza and licensed bar at the gorgeous Garnet Station Cafe.  Follow the link and sign up to get involved or hear about the next reading. 
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TOI WHAKAARI: NEW ZEALAND DRAMA SCHOOL
Wellington Open Days 16 to 20 July 2018

Get a taste of life at Toi. For five days classes in all disciplines will be open to prospective students so they can get a first-hand appreciation for the school and the way we teach. There will also be opportunities for one-on-one meetings with tutors and tours of the facility. Last year, we filled all available spaces in Open Week so this year we are offering a maximum of two days per person so as as many people as possible can experience the school.
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ATC HERE & NOW YOUNG WRITERS TABLE 2018
Applications close 12pm Friday 27 July
ATC are looking for young writers (18 – 30 years) who are passionate about writing for the stage to apply for this intensive playwriting course. The HERE & NOW Young Writers’ Table nurtures new voices and supports new ideas through weekly tasks, in-class exercises and mentor support. For information on criteria, dates and the application process please read the fill in the application form or contact Nicole Arrow - nicole@atc.co.nz - 09 309 0390 ext 274. Places are strictly limited.
 

 
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Short + Sweet Auckland 2018







TAURIMA VIBES: MATARIKI WHAKANUIA
Lot 23, Eden Terrace - Saturday 21st July at 7.30pm
Cultural change agent Taurima Vibes has recently launched an exciting programme of community building activities for the next six months, kicking off with the brand-new festival AHUREI MATARIKI TAKATAPUI from July 19-21. Takatapui is a traditional Maori term meaning ‘intimate companion of the same sex.’ It has been reclaimed to embrace all Maori who identify with diverse sexes, genders and sexualities. AHUREI MATARIKI TAKATAPUI is a brand-new initiative, to bridge gaps, both cultural and generational, and promote harmony in the broader community. MC Miss Ribena leads a multi-genre performance explosion featuring the talents of Ahakoa Te Aha Kapa Haka, HA Taiaroa Royal, Jess Holly Bates, Borni Te Rongopai Tukiwaho, Whati Te Wake, Zach Macer, Brady Peeti and Jermaine Dean of FAFSWAG, with more to be announced. All attendeed must register as numbers are strictly limited. 
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THE DUST PALACE: LE CIRQUE VOLÉ
Fly Palmy Arena Palmerston North Saturday 28 July 2018

An evening of pure revelry, featuring peerless acrobats, divine aerial dance, spectacular circus skills and sidesplitting comedy by world-class athletes and performers. A stunning cirque/musical experience, with the addition of the beautiful and incomparable Shane Cortese on vocals accompanied by international award-winning concert pianist Flavio Villani.  One performance only and featuring HA Geoff Gilson.
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THE ACTORS' PROGRAM: 5 DAY TASTER WORKSHOP
Monday 16 July to Friday 20 July 2018

Are you considering a career as an actor? Are you thinking of auditioning for The Actors’ Program—a one year, high level, "door to the industry" training course? Are you looking for a short 5 day course of professional development led by current industry professionals?
Apply now as places are strictly limited.
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THE DUST PALACE: HUMAN
Q Theatre 1 to 4 August 2018
Cirque cabaret, Human is a visceral trip through the nuances of the human experience. A celebration of our strength, weirdness, mortality and masks, it erases expectations and accepts each person for who they are. An eclectic cast of the sassy, the sultry and the severe including HA Geoff Gilson, takes you through a night of pain and champagne. Remembering that diamonds came from the dirt so why don’t we play there and laugh while we’re at it. We are broken, wild, brilliant, Human.

WAITI PRODUCTIONS: I AIN'T MAD AT CHA 2K18
Basement Theatre 14 to 25 August, 8pm
WAITI Productions is proud to bring back to The Basement, The Auckland Theatre Awards '2017 Peoples Choice Award' winning show 'I Ain't Mad At Cha' Written by Turene Jones, Directed by Jatinder Singh Produced by Ngahiriwa Rauhina EP Cian Elyse White and featuring HA Ravi Gurunathan. It's 1999 and Kiwa struggles with the whole "being Maori" thing. Kiwa's done with being judged - worst of all by his own people. How do black American fullas who live 20,000km away make him feel more at home than ever? 'I Ain't Mad at Cha' is a Hip-Hop Rap Musical, set in 1999 in Gisborne, about a young Maori boys love for rhymes.
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THE GREAT WHITE MAN-EATING SHARK AND OTHER STORIES
Tim Bray Productions 30 June to 21 July, The Pumphouse Theatre

Three quirky tales by Margaret Mahy, featuring HA multi-skilled actors Erica Kroger and Calum Hughes, come to life on stage. Norvin loves swimming in the bay but wishes he could swim as fast as he can without other swimmers getting in his way. He finds a novel way to have the water all to himself. But is he alone? Also featuring Mahy’s The Boy with Two Shadows (having your own shadow is one thing, but when you agree to look after a witch’s one then the troubles begin) along with The Boy who was Followed Home (ever been followed home by a hippo, or two? Imagine what Mum says when she finds them in your front garden!)
 
TE WAKA HUIA
Basement Theatre 3-7 July 2018
Inspired by the 1963 Brynderwyn bus crash Te Waka Huia is a fictional tribute to those who died in NZ’s worst road accident, and to those who have lived with the loss ever since. In the present day, Pahi (HA Junior Misimoa) - accompanied by his ghosts - is the sometime resident of a derelict bus in an abandoned paddock on the outskirts of small town Helensville. When two teenagers move in, drawn by their own sense of homelessness, Pahi’s tangled worlds of past and present collide. As his secrets unravel, and the threat of losing the bus becomes clear, the three discover a truth: whatever it looks like, home is worth fighting for.
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UN 11TH CONFERENCE OF STATES PARTIES (COSP), NEW YORK
Women With Disabilities Australia's delegate this year is HA Sarah Houbolt, who is attending as part of the DPO Australia delegation. COSP runs from 12 to 14 June and brings together States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and representatives of civil society to have broad discussions about implementation of the CRPD. Image Credit: Margherita Coppolino Photographer. Find out more about COSP on the DPO Australia website. Link

UNITEC SHAKESPEARE SEASON 2018
Unitec Theatre 8 to 16 June
The Tempest directed by Paul Gittins, featuring HA Anya Wood, and Love's Labour's Lost directed by Rita Stone are performed by acting students in their third and final year of study and design of costume, set and lighting/sound is also done by third year production students. The famous storm that opens Shakespeare’s play The Tempest has been conjured by Prospera* whose enemies are on board the vessel caught in the wind and tumultuous seas. In Love’s Labour’s Lost four men pledge to deny themselves the company of women only to be undone by love’s intoxication.
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FOOTNOTE: SEARCH ENGINE
National Tour starts 10 May 2018
Footnote Dance Company are on a nationwide tour of Search Engine. They start their epic tour by making their way down South and hitting Nelson, Greymouth, Queenstown, Invercargill, Oamaru and Dunedin. Then onwards to the North Island! This intimate triple-bill show, choreographed by Lauren Langlois, Rose Philpott and Tupua Tigafua featuring HA performers Adam Naughton and Joshua Faleatua, incorporates striking projected images that frame and compliment the stunning physicality of the dancers. Within this luminous, metallic world, these three choreographers explore and define their experiences of what it means to seek out and to search within our technologically driven society.
 
UGLY SHAKESPEARE LOVE TOUR
Te Pou Theatre, Auckland - Friday 25 May
“19 years ago I sat in a one bedroom flat in Auckland thinking about what to do next. As a struggling actor / director it became apparent that to survive in New Zealand in the arts one has to produce their own work.” Richard Green Producer/Director The Ugly Shakespeare Company.  And so the Ugly Shakespeare Company was born to take the fear out of Shakespeare and is now the longest running Theatre-In-Education company in Aotearoa. Now go along and see what all the fuss is about. A one time only opportunity to see The Uglies perform an evening show in Auckland. LIMITED SEATS. Koha - pay what you can afford. Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night like you've never seen them and featuring HA Calum Hughes.
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HUMAN AGENCY ACTIVATIONS
HA Performers recently activated  the Twin Streams Cycleways as part of Eco West! 
HA Ravens activated the public area by Blockhouse Bay Library for a day of mayhem.
And the HA Tinsel Monsters were seen busking for hugs at Memorial Square in New Lynn. 
 
WORLD OF WEARABLE ART - AUDITIONS
Wellington - 20 May 2018

World of Wearable Art is looking for models and performers for the 2018 WOW Awards Show opening in September. Being a part of this incredible show is intoxicating. Joining a cast and crew of around 350 you will make new friends, work with some of New Zealand's most talented creatives and have loads of fun along the way. And you get to show off extraordinary garments created by some of the most creative art and fashion minds from around the world. Registrations from 12pm to 12.45pm with the auditions from 1.30pm to 4pm.
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TVNZ NEW BLOOD WEB SERIES - COMPETITION
Applications close Monday 21 May

After kicking off a nationwide search for a brand new web series in 2017, the TVNZ New Blood Web Series Competition is back for year two – with some exciting changes. Rather than entering a pilot, they are calling for written proposals. Fifteen will be chosen, with one member from each team attending a one-day workshop at TVNZ’s Auckland office in Central Auckland. Their judging panel will select five finalists who will receive $5,000 each to create a pilot. All five pilots will be uploaded for the public to view and then vote for their favourite. The pilot with the most votes will take the top prize of $100,000 to make their web series.
 
NEW ZEALAND DANCE COMPANY: LUMINA
Nationwide Tour May 2018
Direct from Paris’ prestigious Théâtre National de Chaillot and Liverpool, following sold out seasons and standing ovations in New Zealand, the Holland Dance Festival and Germany, The New Zealand Dance Company is now touring with one of its most sought after and celebrated programmes— Lumina. Three incomparable pieces of contemporary dance explode off the stage in “ground-breaking” and “hypnotic” (NZ Herald) spectacles resulting in a “tour de force of dance, music and light.” (DANZ) 
Artistic Director Shona McCullagh, and HA Director, tasked the three dynamic creative teams with creating a world where light was the connective force of the programme. Featuring some of Holland and New Zealand’s finest choreographers, composers and designers, Lumina is a rich world “presenting a veritable explosion of fantastically illuminated spaces, images and superbly performed contemporary dance.” (NZ Herald) 
 
FRIDAY FEATURES SERIES II - CONTEMPORARY DANCE ARTISTS
Wellesley Studios - Fridays until 25 May from 6pm to 8pm

As part of its vision to provide connection, collaboration and creation within the dance sector, Wellesley Studios is hosting 'Friday Features - Series 2' each Friday evening until the 28th of May. These sessions offer the opportunity for artists to share about themselves and their work or areas of interest. All sessions are free of charge and will culminate with wine and nibbles.
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DOC EDGE: SCREEN EDGE FORUM
Wellington 18 May 2018
Auckland 25 to 27 May 2018

An industry event that brings together local and international film, TV and other media professionals. It offers seminars, panels, masterclasses, networking opportunities and Doc Pitch, a documentary pitching forum for short and feature films and TV series.
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