This is a repeating eventFriday 11 March 2022 8:00 pm
2022Fri11Mar6:00 pm7:00 pmCancelledArteFact: How to Behave in a Museum | CancelledAuckland Arts Festival event at Auckland MuseumCancelled due to COVID6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Auckland Museum, Auckland Domain, Parnell, Auckland 1010Type:Art,Museums and Galleries,TheatreWhere:Central AucklandAges:Children (5 to 10 years),Teens (13 to 18 years),Tweens (10 to 12 years)
AAF regrets to announce that due to New Zealand moving to RED under the COVID-19 Protection Framework, Artefact: How to Behave in a Museum has been cancelled. “Wherever we work, no
AAF regrets to announce that due to New Zealand moving to RED under the COVID-19 Protection Framework, Artefact: How to Behave in a Museum has been cancelled.
“Wherever we work, no matter what we do, we must not resist that sudden urge to break into interpretative dance.” That’s the statement that inspired Arts Laureate Ross McCormack to create this playful site-specific, world premiere dance work.
From the visitor hosts to the security team, the people who run the iconic Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum offer rabbit holes of possibility.
You never know who might be leading you on a whimsical journey and where they may take you. The majestic nature of the Museum’s architecture, the relics that are housed within, and the tireless efforts of those behind-the-scenes open up enchanting portholes of imagination to explore. McCormack masterfully uses his signature elements of physical theatre and comedy interwoven with his iconic style of movement to reveal some irresistible secrets of the human experience.
Featuring NZDC performers Carl Tolentino, Chrissy Kokiri, Katie Rudd, Ngaere Jenkins, Kosta Bogoievski, and Katrina Bastian.
Suitable for kids, tweens ages 8 years and up and adults.
Please note that this is a processional show with no seating
Tickets $25 to $35.
Auckland Arts FestivalA globally recognised celebration of art and culture, Auckland Arts Festival is a place for ambitious ideas by storytellers, provocateurs and creators and reflects Auckland's contemporary, cosmopolitan city with its many communities.Phone: 09-309 0101 Level 5, Wellesley Centre, 44–52 Wellesley Street, Auckland City, 1010