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.
- Botany Town Centre
- 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.
- Red Studio, Howick
- April 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 28
- $30 (for six classes)
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.
- Sandringham Reserve
- Wed 26 and Thur 27 April
(rain date: Friday 28 April)
7.30pm and 8.30pm
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.
- 323 Queen Street, CBD
- Saturday 29 April. 9am and 10:30am
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.
- Selected locations in New Lynn
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.