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Sunday

28

October

FREE WORKSHOPS

Diwali Flower Making

MAKE FLOWERS FOR DIWALI. Come along to the Community Gallery to make some fabulous flowers especially for the Diwali celebrations with our trained team. AND for just $2 there will also be a limited supply of plain clay lamps for you to decorate on the day with acrylic paint and one can be yours to take away with an LED light to light up your Diwali. This year Diwali is on Saturday 3 November. Maximum of 20 people per one-and-a-half hour session. Families encouraged to participate. Phone: 03 4743249 for more information.
27 Oct Sat – 28 Oct Sun 10.30am-12pm and 1.30p...

free
10.30am to 12.00pm
Saturday
27 October
to 28 October

FREE WORKSHOPS

Diwali Flower Making

MAKE FLOWERS FOR DIWALI. Come along to the Community Gallery to make some fabulous flowers especially for the Diwali celebrations with our trained team. AND for just $2 there will also be a limited supply of plain clay lamps for you to decorate on the day with acrylic paint and one can be yours to take away with an LED light to light up your Diwali. This year Diwali is on Saturday 3 November. Maximum of 20 people per one-and-a-half hour session. Families encouraged to participate. Phone: 03 4743249 for more information.
27 Oct Sat – 28 Oct Sun 10.30am-12pm and 1.30pm-3pm

free
1.30pm to 3.00pm
Saturday
27 October
to 28 October

THICK CINEMA

SCREENING

SCREENING (56min plus Q&A) Thick Cinema What is the role of the body and sensorial experience in cinema? Curated by Mercedes Vicente and commissioned by CIRCUIT, Thick Cinema is a screening of five new works by Fiona Amundsen, John Di Stefano, Sam Hamilton, Kim Pieters and Joyce Campbell. Shot in New Zealand, Japan, USA and Italy, Thick Cinema engages with the legacy of fascism, the sexual union of eels, public gardens, the sunset and memory.  Introduced by CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams, followed by a discussion with Dunedin film maker and artist Kim Pieters about her work Philosophy (2017). Support from Creative New Zealand. www.circuit.org.nz

free
3.00pm to 4.00pm
Sunday
28 October