Supported by Wellington City Council & Grenland Friteater Hosted by Magdalena Aotearoa & Barbarian Productions. These performances and workshops were also hosted by Lili Cherie
Magdalena Aotearoa hosting Norwegian visitors from Grenland Teater. Participants at workshop led by Lars Vik and Geddy Aniksdal at Toi Poneke – Wellington Arts Centre
Geddy and Lars have arrived in Wellington, after a week in Auckland and a holiday on Waiheke Island. Last night’s they gave a presentation about “Stedsans – Sense of Place”, at re.SPACE in Wellington.
Two forums in Wellington will bring together people and questions about urban spaces public art generated around the Stedsans model.
Register now if you are interested in attending the workshops and forums with Grenland Friteater!
details of Geddy Aniksdal and Lars Vik’s performances and workshops in Auckland.
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.