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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.

The Porirua Kite Project is coming to an end. From last November until through this year we ran workshops with a wide range of community groups to design and create multi-cultural art kites. These have been combined with portraits of locals and installed in various places in Porirua's CBD.

We are preparing to make our way to Berlin this October as part of the second international Tape Art Convention 2017 when lots of tape folks converge for installations and workshops galore.

We're also working on residencies in Hawkes Bay in October and in Christchurch in December, as well as some exciting projects in the Hutt Valley...


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 also 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.

We ran a challenging and successful workshops as part of the Disability Pride Week in Wellington from Nov 28 - Dec 3rd. The workshops culminated in a public mural on the Nga Taonga Sound & Vision windows on corner of Taranaki & Ghuznee Streets.

Again, a great time was had at the InterACT Disability Arts Festival in Auckland recently, where we hosted folks to decorate cool fish and sharks with patterned tape. Huge Fun!

We worked on a colourful child and dinosaur circus! Here's a quick sneak preview of some silhouettes made from panels for the foyer of Te Manawa museum's Dinosaur Encounter in Palmerston North from 24 September 2016 – 26 February 2017.

We worked on 25m fashion show runway with a maori design for Miromoda at Pataka Museum, Porirua.

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.