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Come and warm up during Te Ramaroa: Cultural Conversations

Thank you to those who have made the time to visit the Beyond Borders exhibition at The Refinery Art Space. We appreciate the support so much! It’s been a wonderful exhibition. Please send any testimonies by replying to this email.
The final day is Tuesday 27th June.

After that, we leap into the Te Ramaroa light festival which is a 5 day event. If you have never been before then it is a wonderful experience for the family.

What’s happening from our perspective?

Morrison Square Arts festival office next to Just Jeans

For the whole festival we have the Global Winter Wonderland window display just opposite us in Morrison Square:
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This has been over 5 months of workshops, cups of tea, connections and laughs. Lots of hard work has gone into this so we would love lots of people to go and have a look – please tell your friends too.

Cultural Conversations Morrison Square

Sundara light dances are the theme for the 5 days.
Every night between 6 – 7 p.m. there will be some form of dance in our space.

Friday 30th Sunday 2nd and Tuesday 4th will be Illuminated fabrics dancing to a contemporary piano piece with black light.
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Saturday 1st and Monday 3rd will be the Bollywood divas dancing contemporary hip hop and traditional dances.
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Both dances are approx 5 mins and will be repeated between 6 – 7 p.m.

Community Stage near the Museum

The community stage is an area to pause, connect with people and enjoy the various arts performances from our local community.

Friday 30 and Sunday 2nd at 7.40 p.m. we have a Dance Off at the Community Stage – where we have dancers from all over the world in various groups coming up on stage with moves to try and impress each other and the audience. Don’t worry about getting cold as there is a crowd dance opportunity in the mix somewhere thanks to Thalassa.

Tuesday 4th 6.15 – 7 p.m. Klezoum at the Community Stage
Nelson’s eastern influenced line up, Kelzoum will transport you to an exotic location with their mesmerizing sounds. With roots from around the globe this band was born from their love for music with an eastern flavour. Last Te Ramaroa they ended up with a gentle mosh pit.
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May your weekend dazzle and gleam from

The Cultural Conversations team xxxxxx


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