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    • learn te reo - next steps
      • Take the Next Steps in your journey in Te Reo journey. Revise lessons learned in the Intro course, and introduce further sentence structures, enjoying the reo and its tikanga.

    • Get Funded
      • Learn how to find grants and ace your grants writing skills to increase your chances of success.

    • Residents Exhibition
      • Experience the vibrant work of Toi Pōneke artists in this unique Residents Exhibition. Meet the artists and designers at our open studio day. Check out our website for more information on workshops and events! Read more

    • EMERGING PRODUCER INTERNship - call for submissions 2022
      • Emerging Wellington Film Producer Internship 2022 - Applications now open! We are offering a Wellington based emerging film producer the opportunity to join the selector/mentor team to ‘window in’ on the selections and script development process for the Write Room Screen Writer Residency 2021 . Application Deadline 25 July 2022 at 5pm.

    • call for submissions
      • Toi Pōneke Arts Centre are pleased to announce a brand-new Residency for a d/Deaf and/or disabled artist, with a call for submissions.

    • learn te reo - NEXT next steps
      • Take the Next Steps in your journey in Te Reo journey. Revise lessons learned in the Intro course, and introduce further sentence structures, enjoying the reo and its tikanga.

    • learn te reo - next steps
      • Take the Next Steps in your journey in Te Reo journey. Revise lessons learned in the Intro course, and introduce further sentence structures, enjoying the reo and its tikanga.

    • Here & Out Public performance
      • Our city as a stage! A 5m tall Andean cat puppet by Perúvian artist Meki will perform in Wellington as part of Here & Out – a mini festival of street art by 9 international and local wāhine artists. Read more

      • Rest as a form of resistance. An exhibition of new works upon single fitted bed sheets by 12 wāhine Māori artists, acknowledging how our tīpuna would have spent this time of Matariki.

      • Rest as a form of resistance. An exhibition of new works upon single fitted bed sheets by 12 wāhine Māori artists, acknowledging how our tīpuna would have spent this time of Matariki.

    • Here & Out Panel Discussions
      • Join Mango Collective for a series of online (and in person) panel discussions: Contemporary Art Institutions Arounds the Globe, Digital Collaborations, Street Art Producer-Curators, and Māori Wāhine in Public Arts.

    • Journey to Kilbirnie
      • Rosa and Oliver emigrated to Wellington from London in 2020. They have produced art in response to these uncertain times and to their hopes and dreams. This will be their debut exhibition in Wellington - bringing together a selection of abstract and figurative paintings and drawings

    • Calligratherapy - Conscious Chinese Calligraphy
      • Calligratherapy - Conscious Chinese Calligraphy facilitated by Xin Huang and Lin Jin. Calligratherapy combines western psychologist Jung’s theory of optimal wellbeing with the philosophy of the ancient art of Chinese calligraphy to promote this state of calm presence in the world.

    • Here & Out
      • Here & Out sees nine female street artists from five different countries present new work in response to the impacts of Covid-19. Artists include: Dreamgirls Collective (Wellington, NZ), Janine Williams (Aotearoa) Gleo (Colombia) and Caratoes (Hong Kong - Belgium).

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