Artist/activit looking at how to use theatricality as a vital part of social movement campaigns. Writer/performer and strategist hosting a short talk, a conversation, and perhaps a brief performance of ECONOMUSIC: KEEPING SCORE, one of his more ridiculous pieces.
Art has been a powerful creative force in my life. After being diagnosed with PTSD in my late 30s I found myself trying to make sense of my life and feelings through creative expression.
We are looking for true-life tales of family lore - the stories that are told again and again... the eccentric aunties or famous (infamous?) cousins... the mysterious great great grandmother who may have been a witch... Then there are the stories that happened to people you know in your neighbourhood... the hard to believe stories that seem almost like myths. We want to hear them all!
Free to attend // participation welcomed // all ages
A public talk about life after a PTSD diagnosis and how exploring art has been both an illuminating and anchoring force in processing my trauma.
Join Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince, the No-Waste Nomads behindThe Rubbish Trip for an introduction to the practicalities and philosophy of waste reduction.
In this workshop we'll share 8 collaboration patterns that have been proven to help groups overcome these challenges. We start with culture and relationships first, tools and processes second.
"Celebrating 38 years of my parents wedding anniversary, this exhibition is a highlight celebrating the family’s creative expressions through different mediums. Artwork includes architectural sketches, food and building photography as well as illustrations." Natalie M
Presented by the Christchurch Diamond Way Buddhist Centre. Richard will share insights about how Buddhist meditation can give us greater clarity and concentration as well as reduce stress and help us develop our potential.
This Friday we're celebrating the first exhibition of 2018 "Love to Create" done by amazing sign painter from Dublin
This is a casual event for us to share experience and open up a conversation on making 2018 an amazing year for ourselves, and for Christchurch, we would love to have you join us : )
In this exciting set of hax shops, I'll show you my favourite chocolate decorating & spicy sugar mash up hax then tie them into the most amazingly simple and delicious desserts.
A wonderful opportunity to get a head start on Christmas shopping and support local authors. Writers are invited to sell their published works and EVERYONE is welcome to read something at the open mic. XCHC put on divine refreshments so bring some pocket money and celebrate the end of another spectacular year with NZSA Canterbury!
So excited to be bringing the Make Give Live magic to Christchurch !
We are going to host a little pre-Christmas gathering to get to met you and share a bit about what Make Give Live is all about and how it works, and maybe start making a hat for someone in need for those keen.