Wellington Wellington
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14 Jun
17 Jun


11 Hutchison Rd, Newtown, Wellington

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CONCESSION Seniors 65+ and Community Services Cardholders
STUDENT High School and Tertiary students with valid ID


Running Time: 70 minutes


11 Hutchison Rd, Newtown, Wellington


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Internationally renowned The Dancers of Damelahamid are coming to Aotearoa from the west coast of Canada to perform their latest work, Mînowin

Mînowin illuminates the process of finding direction and explores understandings of organic moments that arise when we connect with one another. These connections breathe new life into our artistic practices and offer critical inquiries with performance spaces.

By integrating narrative, movement, song, performance, and new multimedia design, Mînowin connects landscapes and Coastal form line with contemporary perspectives of customary Indigenous dance forms.  The Dancers of Damelahamid draw from origin stories and explore ways to translate these perspectives through a contemporary lens.

Through multimedia elements, this production balances the performance space by adding contemporary reflections of Indigenous identity, immersing audiences in a narrative that illustrates moments of connection, understanding, and renewal.

The Dancers of Damelahamid have a rich history of masked dance which inspires a compelling performance. Through dramatic dance, captivating narrative, intricately carved masks, and elaborate regalia, the Dancers of Damelahamid transform time and space, and bridge the ancient with a living tradition.

Part of Kia Mau Festival