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Raw! The King's High School Festival of Arts and Culture

Raw! The King's High School Festival of Arts and Culture

When:

  • Wed 27 Sep, 6:00pm – 8:30pm

Where:

Kings and Queens Performing Arts Centre, 270 Bay View Rd, Dunedin Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Door Sales (Adult): $15.00
  • Door Sales (Concession): $7.50
  • Door Sales Only

Visual art exhibition and live performances celebrating the best of King's High School art and culture. Experience our students' achievements from throughout the year and the presentation of work resulting from masterclasses with three leading creative industry professionals.

The Performing Arts Centre Foyer will feature the single best work from each student in the Senior Art Programmes including Art, Painting, Design and Photography. Come along and appreciate the visual art between 6pm and 7pm, and enjoy complimentary drinks and nibbles before the live performances.
The PAC Auditorium will host music, drama, dance, kapa haka and pasifika performance from 7pm.

A special feature of this year's event is the participation of three mentors working with high performing students in their specialist fields. Hone Kouka (Drama) Barry Cleavin (Print making) and Robert Scott (Music) will share their knowledge and expertise with small groups of students who have already displayed exceptional promise in their artistic endeavors.

The Festival will present the work that results from the engagement of these laureates and the artists of the future.

Pre-sale tickets are available from the school office at the discounted price of $10 per adult. Raw! has been made possible thanks to the kind support of the Bendigo Valley Sports & Charity Foundation.

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