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An Unmissable Mental-Health Awareness Week Event

reTHiNK Possible Worlds

We are all human beings navigating the maze of life.

Emerging and established talents from five different creative fields come together in a one hour collaborative display that is sure to leave even the most cynical amongst us uplifted.

A cross-genre collaboration of ambitious proportions – Dance, live music, performance poetry, visual art and film are interwoven to tell the powerful story of multiple characters as they navigate their way out of mental unwellness and rethink their possible worlds.

Get your tickets now!

Featuring

Only three chances to see the show across two days during Mental Health Awareness Week

  • 8:00 – 10:00 pm Friday October 14th |
  • 1:00 – 3:00 pm Saturday October 15th |
  • 5:00 – 7:00 pm Saturday October 15th 

At Galatos, Main Room, 17 Galatos Street, Auckland Central

Tickets just $10 from The Literatti’s website, with limited door sales available for each session.

Take the Facebook Quiz to find out which reTHiNK character YOU are! 

Toi Ora Exhibition

Kia ora

Toi Ora is excited to invite you to the opening of “Colour and Line” on WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE at 6pm at the Tim Melville Gallery, 11 McColl Street, Newmarket.

Toi Ora’s Andrew Blythe is part of this group exhibition that includes work by May Moodoonuthi, Cerisse Palalagi and Jim Vivieaere.

The exhibition will run until Saturday 23 July 2011.

 

Toi Ora Live Art Trust

6 Putiki Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1021

09 360 4171  |  09 360 4172

www.toiora.org.nz

 

Bright Future Starts From Here

Please see the following upcoming event called, The “Bright Future Starts From Here”. This event is a joint partnership  of the Mental Health Foundation, Counties Manukau District Health Board, Office of Ethnic Affairs, Fo Guan Shan and Yan Oi Sei. The event aims to promote the different career paths available to Asian youths, as well as the various social and health services available to the wider Asian community within New Zealand. Please see the form if you are interested in this event.