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We're off to the Hawkes Bay Arts Festival from 25-31 September to install a labyrinth in Havelock North, run workshops for local Flaxmere folks to make their own community labyrinth, and to draw in central Napier as part of the White Night event.

October also sees us return to the InterACT Disability Arts Festival in Auckland for a fourth time. The theme this year is pretty cool - 'funtastical creatures, fantastical worlds'.

We're returning to 'A Very Welly Xmas' in late November, installing a new Labyrinth on Lambton Quay. This one has a unique pacifica flavour - keep an eye out for updates on our facebook page.

We're also working on some exciting projects locally in the Wellington region...


The Porirua Kite Project came to a lovely conclusion with an installation at Pataka museum. From last November through this year we ran workshops with a wide range of community groups to design and create multi-cultural art kites. These were combined with portraits of locals and installed in various places in Porirua's CBD.

We are very proud to have shared a Community Partnerships Award bestowed by Arts Access Aotearoa recently at Parliament. This was for facilitating a mural created by disabled folks as part of the inaugural Disability Pride Week, along with Rachel Noble from Ennoble and Nga Taonga Sound and Vision.

Palmerston Norths Winter Festival hosted a new iteration of our Labyrinth on 29th & 30th June.

We installed UV lit fire dancers along the waterfront near Frank Kitts park when Wellington's waterfront came alive for the Fan Trail as part of the Lions rugby tour.

Check out the video of our Carp Diem installation for Cuba Dupa, Wellington's fantastic street festival, with many thousands enjoying the fishy waterscape.

Last April In Darfield, Canterbury, we ran a school workshops for collaborative mural making, which coalesced into a temporary mural in the centre of the township, completed after our mural.

We returned to Nelson's Heritage Week where we celebrating themes of coming home through stories told through quilts. We installed colourful laminated cellophane quilt scenes and ran workshops creating community quilts in the Elma Turner Library.

Thousands of children young and old walked the pathway of our colourful multicultural Lambton Labyrinth. This was part of the inaugural "A Very Welly Christmas" family festivities on Lambton Quay, 10 & 11 December.

Voyagers is a video which documents our drawing installation at the amazing street art festival Dubai Canvas in the United Arab Emirates. We were excited to be joining other world-reknown street artists for this fantastic event at Jumeirah Beach.