Think outside the box

Following the dots will reveal messages and thoughts of the community. Photo supplied.
There will be loads of workshops and activities for kids at Uxbridge these school holidays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Out of the box is a year-long project which has been funded by Creative Community allowing Uxbridge to work with local installation artist Lucy Olcese to deliver four interactive artworks over the school holidays.

The project was launched over the Easter holidays with the Uxbridge Balloon room which captured the imagination of young and old, with record numbers through the door experiencing the fun and enjoyment of the installation.

“We are excited to offer our next creative experience which is fully immersive and multi- sensory. This time we are creating a dark room and you will have to follow the dots which will reveal messages and thoughts left by the community,” says Ashley Grogan, event manager Uxbridge Arts and Culture.

“Come and be part of the Installation and help build the picture of our community from Tuesday October 2 to Saturday October 13, 10am-4pm.”

Kids Art Day

The biggest arts event for children in east Auckland! Dedicated to youngsters and the young-at-heart, the focus is on children aged 3–12 years but this free event is for the whole family.

Pop in and out or stay all day. Loads of art workshops and activities come rain or shine.

Date: Saturday October 13, from 11am – 2pm, cost: koha

Honk Musical

This delightful adaptation of the much loved fable <ITALICS> The Ugly Duckling and the award-winning musical <ITALICS>Honk is a heart-warming celebration of what makes us special. It’s a celebration of being different that is sure to delight audiences of all ages with its sparkling wit, unique charm and memorable score. A must!

On Thursday and Friday, October 11 and 12, from 11am and 7.30pm. Saturday October 13, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Adult $25, child /senior $20, family pass $60.

 

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