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artscalendar.co.nz newsletter 1 june 2004

To: editor@scoop.co.nz Date sent: Mon, 31 May 2004 04:46:07 UT Subject: Free arts for the long weekend From: "Arts Calendar"

31 May 2004


1 June 2004

artscalendar.co.nz newsletter

Greetings from artscalendar.co.nz

The last day of New Zealand Music Month.

Telecom Prospect 2004: New Art New Zealand Spanning four venues including City Gallery Wellington, The Adam Art Gallery, The New Zealand Film Archive and Massey University, Telecom Prospect 2004 sprawls across the Capital in a city-wide celebration of the visual arts, across galleries, cinemas, a hall, the local bus service, your cell phone and even your home PC. Each exhibition venue will offer audiences a complete show in itself, while, at the same time functioning as one sentence in a much larger conversation that is Telecom Prospect 2004.

An online catalogue www.telecomprospect2004.org.nz accompanies the exhibition, overflowing with opinions, information and images relating to the exhibition, its artists and New Zealand contemporary culture. You can sign up for email updates, post your view about the exhibition, and participate in Ronnie van Hout's interactive artwork On The Run, made possible by Telecom Advance Solutions technology.

City Gallery Wellington: 30 May - 22 August 2004 Dan Arps (Auckland), Wayne Barrar (Wellington), Steve Carr (Auckland), Bekah Carran (Dunedin), Maryrose Crook, (Otago), Don Driver (New Plymouth), Scott Eady (Dunedin), Jacqueline Fraser (Auckland), Dick Frizzell (Hawkes Bay), Darryn George (Christchurch), Sara Hughes (Auckland), Lonnie Hutchinson (Christchurch), Paul Johns (Christchurch), Sean Kerr (Auckland), Shigeyuki Kihara (Auckland), Peter Madden (Auckland), Liz Maw (Auckland), Warren Olds (Hamilton), Douglas Kelaher (Dunedin), Neil Pardington (Wellington), Sarah Jane Parton (Wellington), Phil Price (Canterbury), Shona Rapira Davies (Great Barrier Island), Ronnie van Hout (Melbourne), Peter Robinson (Auckland), Ian Scott (Auckland), Yvonne Todd (Auckland), Wayne Youle (Canterbury), et al. (Auckland) The Adam Art Gallery: 29 May - 25 July 2004 Bill Culbert (London), Mark Curtis (Hamilton), Judy Darragh (Auckland), Darryn George (Christchurch), Ralph Hotere (Dunedin), Linda James (Christchurch), Sraphine Pick (Port Chalmers), Waroonwan Thongvanit (Christchurch), Francis Upritchard (London), Ruth Watson (Sydney) The New Zealand Film Archive: 28 May - 15 August 2004 Douglas Bagnall (Wellington), VJ Rex (Wellington), Hye Rim Lee (Auckland), Daniel Malone (Auckland) Massey University: 11 July - 8 August 2004 Maddie Leach (Wellington)

Scott Eady Honeymoon on the Pigroot 2003 mixed media dimensions variable Collection of The James Wallace Charitable Arts Trust With thanks to Nicholas Blanchet and Sean Kerr

The Imperial Russian Ice Stars: The Sleeping Beauty on Ice Tour beginning on Wednesday 2 June in Auckland. The amazing ice-skating star Mandy Woetzel (1995 European Champion, 1997 World Champion, 1998 Olympic Bronze Medallist) will lead a cast of 21 Olympic, World, National and European Championship skaters in a breathtaking theatrical display of artistry, skill, strength and beauty.

In The Sleeping Beauty on Ice, The Imperial Russian Ice Stars will perform stunning skating feats on the theatre stage, including triple flips, triple toe loops, double axels, death spirals, camel spins, Bielmanns, triple throw axels and lifts, whilst bringing to life the classic story of The Sleeping Beauty, featuring the magnificent music of Tchaikovsky.

With graceful and flawless ice dancing, magnificent costumes, magical staging and glorious music, The Sleeping Beauty on Ice is a spectacular theatrical extravaganza for all ages that brings the thrill of world-class ice skating to the intimacy of theatre stage. Performing in Auckland (2 - 13 June), Ch ristchurch (17 - 27 June) & Wellington (30 June - 11 July)

"Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known." - Oscar Wilde

ENDS

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