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COMING SOON

Looking forward to chatting to Christiana Brinton in 19th August for her 'Many Paths, Many Visions' podcast about the many ways folks are enjoying Labyrinths. Our session is entitled "Bringing the Whimsy into the Walk: Helping to Lighten Up A Dark Time Through Art, Color, and Design". GoTo Meeting Link

We're also presenting online for The Labyrinth Society's virtual Gathering on 26th September, investigating "The Dromenon in Contemporary Times: Resilience, Reconnection, and Renewal" Our hour and a half is "Encounters with Temporary Public Art Labyrinths".

Looking forward to running a series of upcycled vinyl record painting workshops in our local community in September/October.

Awaiting confirmation for festival work over the next summer...


RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

We designed a Labyrinth for the re-opening of Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa on 28 May. This 'enspiralling' and colourful installation was up for two weeks on the forecourt and was specially designed for social distancing.

Had a fantastic time running workshops and presentations in Singapore in January 2020 as part of STAR (Singapore Teachers Academy of the ARts) Drawing Symposium 2020

"A Very Welly Christmas" on Lambton Quay last November saw our fourth and most colourful Merry Miro Labyrinth inspired by Spanish painter Juan Miro.

We were in Shed 6 on Wellington's waterfront Sunday 20th October for Maker Faire where we installed a large marionette mural with inserts of colourful flowers made in workshops colourful tape drawings

Excited to re-install our Lantern 'Beacon'. for Highlight Festival of Lights in Lower Hutt 25-28 October.

Happy to be return to Auckland for their wonderful InterACT disability arts festival where the theme this year was 'heroes'

We ran community workshops making lanterns and installed our super large lantern and the Hutt Community Labyrinth for Hutt Winter Festival.

We installed a large temporary tape art mural on the Wellington City and Sea Bridge for the City Councils Matariki event 'Ahi Ka' last June.

The International Tape Arts Convention documentary about the exhibition in Berlin, where our work was shown alongside other tape artists from around the world.

A lovely time was had at Wanaka’s Festival of Colour, where local poets imagined new constellations for a new iteration of Celestia Zealantis as a labyrinth. We also facilitated a similarly themed project with fantastic local home school group.