Brothers & Sisters

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Brothers & Sisters is a creative collective working across mediums to create artistic experiences with and for local and global communities.

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Support Brothers & Sisters latest project - the production of a new New Zealand play, The Fence!

All koha from July 1st - September 1st 2016 will go towards the telling of this timeless story of family and future.

See 'updates' for further details.

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The Brothers & Sisters Collective is passionate about the role art plays in lively, connected communities, both locally and globally. Working across mediums to create work of remarkable nature, Brothers & Sisters are committed to facilitating growth and development opportunities through the creative process.

The Brothers & Sisters Collective has a unique way of working, guided by three core values: whanau, korero and koha.

Whanau - to create connection.

Korero - to share stories.

Koha - to value contribution.

Since their inception in 2013 Brothers & Sisters have been engaging local community in the creative process and immersive artistic experiences through professional productions and educational workshops.

Acclaimed dance theatre ‘eye’ premiered at the Wellington Fringe Festival 2014 and Tempo Dance Festival 2014 to raving review, "One of the greatest openings I have seen in a show this year" - Kerry Wallis.

Brothers & Sisters next production project is The Fence. A debut play by local playwright Fran Olds, The Fence a timeless coming of age tale set in rural New Zealand. The Fence will premier in 2016 at Bats Theatre.

Drawing on a collective pool of knowledge, skills and expertise made up by the core team, Brothers & Sisters facilitate workshops for young people. Workshop topics focus on developing and extending performers' existing skills in addition to exposing attendees to new and different creative experiences including: contemporary dance technique?, movement, spatial awareness, voice, breath, drama, sound, fitness, choreography and improvisation. Brothers & Sisters host the workshop space in alignment with their philosophy, applying expertise from multiple mediums of art and working in an open supportive environment to enable the growth and success of all.

For more information on the core team involved, and our previous projects check out www.brothersandsisterscollective.com

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Brothers & Sisters is a creative collective working across mediums to create immersive artistic experiences of remarkable nature, both with and for local and global communities.


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Nga mihi nunui!  2 September 2016

Posted by: Brothers & Sisters

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all who have given, all who have shared, and everyone that has bought a ticket to the play.

It has been truly humbling to receive all this support and it has made all the difference for The Fence - helping us cross the finish line.

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari ke he toa takitini.

Make sure you check out the details for the show at bats.co.nz. We'd love to see you there!

Ka nui te mihi,

Brothers & Sisters xx

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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 27 Aug 2016
See you at one of your shows. Well done all of you.
$50
Lucy
Lucy on 20 Aug 2016
$30
Clare, Shane, Judith, David
Clare, Shane, Judith, David on 17 Aug 2016
Looking forward to seeing the result of all the hard work and creativity. Kia kaha koutou.
$100
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 17 Aug 2016
All the best for this awsome creative project.
$30
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 16 Aug 2016
Ka tuku aroha ki a koutou
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