Satellites 2017

K-Pop Showdown
March 24 & 25

Fresh from LA where she's been dancing with Justin Bieber and Beyonce and choreographed for BOA, Stephanie, SF9 & Monsta, international choreographer Rina Chae brings an explosive, ground-shaking half-hour of K-pop dance to Botany Town Centre. Supported by the Howick Local Board.

Where
Botany Town Centre
When
Friday 24 March: 4 & 7pm
Saturday 25 March: 12 & 1pm
(Rain date: Sunday 26 March)

K-Pop Dance Classes

We’re also offering a limited-place K-pop dance workshop with choreographer Rina Chae.

Where
Red Studio, Howick
When
April 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 28
6-7pm
Cost
$30 (for six classes)
Level
Beginner
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Night Safari
April 26 & 27

For centuries, only men have performed the pulliyatam – the tiger dance of Tamil Nadu – but in this fierce reimagining, Artham Dance Company’s all-female crew offer a contemporary take on an old tradition. Inspired by the Indian wildlife sanctuary Ranthambhore, this wild twenty-minute tour evokes steamy forests and grassy meadows, with all the beasts that lurk within.

Where:
Sandringham Reserve
When:
Wed 26 and Thur 27 April
(rain date: Friday 28 April)
7.30pm and 8.30pm

Miss Changy
April 29

We kick off our new breakfast series with artist Ruby White, who’ll be serving up her take on a traditional Singaporean breakfast - kaya toast, soft-cooked eggs and kopi – for one morning only.

Presented in partnership with Eighthirty.

Where
323 Queen Street, CBD
When
Saturday 29 April. 9am and 10:30am
Cost
$15
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Revolver
May-July

Six artists take over New Lynn with a revolving pop-up and pocket exhibition that brightens the town centre with never-before-seen work and offers visitors the chance to take miniature versions of the work home.

Where
Selected locations in New Lynn
When
May—July

About

Satellites showcases Auckland’s best Asian artists through performances, exhibitions, and unexpected encounters.

The Satellites team are Rosabel Tan, Hayden Eastmond-Mein and Sophie Dowson. Our assistant producers in our 2017 mentorship programme are Lauren Andrews, Pennie Chang and Gabi Lardies.

Satellites is supported by Auckland Council.