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Footnote Dance: Watch This Space

FOOTNOTE DANCE

Watch This Space /Maatakitakihia Mai Tenei Waahi 2006

Friday 8 September, 1pm

Local dance legends Footnote Dance return to City Gallery for a special Dance Your Socks Off! event combining art, dance and music for your lunchtime pleasure. Check out their improvised ‘happening’ which begins in the Gallery foyer and culminates in the Elizabeth Thomson exhibition with a performance of Deidre Tarrant’s choreography Cutting the Mustard. Featuring music by Breaks Co-op and Joe Dukie.

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Winter Season of Wellington Art
18 June - 24 September 2006

Elizabeth Thomson—my hi-fi my sci-fi

Guy Ngan Journey: Aluminium Panel, Tiki Hands & Anchor Stones

Luncheon Under the Ash Tree: The Ian and Elespie Prior Collection

2 x 2 Contemporary Projects
Lonnie Hutchinson/Sriwhana Spong
5 August - 24 September
MICHAEL HIRSCHFELD GALLERY
Walk the Line—Lee Jensen and Kate Woods
5 August - 3 September 2006

NEXT EXHIBITIONS:
Sam Taylor-Wood, Tony Lane, Peter Madden
8 October 2006 - 28 January 2007


Check out our website: www.citygallery.org.nz


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