LEOTC Programme  2016

Dancing with Mythology 2016

Dancing with Mythology 2016

Gabrielle Thomas of Atamira Cance Company leading the children during a Dancing with Mythology workshop

Dancing with Mythology

Dancing with Mythology

Children applying what they learned at Dancing with Mythology workshop

Moovit Dance Project

Moovit Dance Project

Secondary School students of Onehunga High School dancing to a hiphop remix version of Bethoven's classical masterpeices. Moovit is in collaboration with the Royal New Zealand Ballet Education programme.

Moovit Dance Project

Moovit Dance Project

Secondary School students of Onehunga High School dancing to a hiphop remix version of Bethoven's classical masterpeices

Moovit Dance Project

Moovit Dance Project

Secondary School students of Onehunga High School dancing to a hiphop remix version of Bethoven's classical masterpeices. Moovit is in collaboration with the Royal New Zealand Ballet Education programme.

Moovit Dance Project

Moovit Dance Project

Secondary School students of Onehunga High School with Pagan Dorgan from RNZB during a question and answer session after the free matinee. Moovit is in collaboration with the Royal New Zealand Ballet Education programme.

Laufoli and Clicks

Laufoli and Clicks

Student from Tangaroa College perform Laufoli and Clicks, an original Pacifica story for children, to primary school students. The show was workshopped with and directed by Margaret-Mary Hollins of TAPAC.

Laufoli and Clicks

Laufoli and Clicks

Student from Tangaroa College perform Laufoli and Clicks, an original Pacifica story for children, to primary school students. The show was workshopped with and directed by Margaret-Mary Hollins of TAPAC.

Laufoli and Clicks

Laufoli and Clicks

Student from Tangaroa College holding a Q&A session after the Laufoli and Clicks matinee. It was moderated by TIC Drama David Riley, writer of Laufoli and Clicks

Experience Pacifica

Experience Pacifica

Students go through a half day activity with the Pacifica Mamas and Papas to learn about pacifica weaving, music and dancing.

Experience Pacifica

Experience Pacifica

Students go through a half day activity with the Pacifica Mamas and Papas to learn about pacifica weaving, music and dancing.

Ballet In A Box

Ballet In A Box

Royal New Zealand Ballet shows a day in a life of a ballet dancer. The half day activity ends with snippets of performances during the year and a Q&A.

Ballet In A Box

Ballet In A Box

Royal New Zealand Ballet shows the different costumes used in a ballet. The half day activity ends with snippets of performances during the year and a Q&A.

Ballet In A Box

Ballet In A Box

Royal New Zealand Ballet shows a day in a life of a ballet dancer. The half day activity ends with snippets of performances during the year, including Wizard of Oz, and a Q&A.

Ballet In A Box

Ballet In A Box

Royal New Zealand Ballet ends the half day activity ends with snippets of performances during the year and a Q&A. The activities are free entry to all schools.

Harmony Festival

Harmony Festival

Primary schools studetns from South Auckland schools perform a one night cultural show to their whanau and friends.

Harmony Festival

Harmony Festival

Primary schools studetns from South Auckland schools perform a one night cultural show to their whanau and friends.

Harmony Festival

Harmony Festival

Primary schools studetns from South Auckland schools perform a one night cultural show to their whanau and friends.

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Highlights

100 Schools (200%)

Exceeded the contract target of 50 schools and recorded 100 schools for the year

5212 Students (211%)

Exceeded the contract target of 2480 students and recorded 5212 students for the year

40% & 60%

40% of schools and 60% of students came from low decile communities

14 programmes

Delivered and hosted 14 programmes for dance, drama, visual arts and music across 63 half day, 1 full day and 4 multiple days sessions

200 hours

Delivered more than 200 hours of artist residency and intensive/in-depth programmes

41 artists

Contracted 41 professional and community artists to deliver high quality and diverse programmes

6 songs

Made available 6 original and remixed compositions free to download

30000 views

Reached more than 30000 people via social media photo and video posts

94% overall rating

Given very high satisfaction marks ranging from 91% to 97% based on after session surveys  

100% free

Provided fully sponsored creative arts programmes which are 100% free to participate in or attend to

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