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details of Geddy Aniksdal and Lars Vik’s performances and workshops in Auckland.
Click here to book through iTicket. My Life as a Man began as an autobiographical excursion into the story of Geddy Aniksdal’s Norwegian working class origin, which then
Photos from the launch of the 2015 Wellington Fringe Festival.
What makes space magnetic for transformative arts projects? Magdalena Aotearoa is hosting Norwegian theatre makers Geddy Aniksdal and Lars Vik who will fly in to Wellington in February 2015 to run a workshop based on their Stedsans – Sense of Place project.
Workshop participants and leaders share their thoughts after a focused three days considering collaborative professional inter arts in public spaces. What could this be to
Geddy Aniksdal and Lars Vik will lead these three sessions in a workshop for practical and conceptual action towards invigorating city spaces, working collaboratively across
Forum 1 Giving new life to dormant city centres through collaborative performing arts projects – an international example: Stedsans – Sense of Place. Our international