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FESTA 2016: Weaving Identity Into the City


Mon 24 Oct 2016, 5:30pm–6:30pm

Where: The Commons, 70 Kilmore St, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


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Join us for an informal discussion about weaving patterns, identity and agency in the city. We will also celebrate the completion of the art intervention in The Arcades Project, Ahorangi's Spider, with artist Amiria Kiddle and others.

This project is presented by Amiria Kiddle.

FESTA is a vibrant weekend festival celebrating the unique urban environment of Christchurch and the creative urban regeneration that has emerged from it.

The theme for FESTA 2016 is ‘We Have the Means’, which focuses on citizen-initiated urban regeneration and sustainability through the reuse of waste materials in design. The ‘means’ we are celebrating includes both the people of Christchurch and visitors to the city, who care about the city’s development and flourishing, and the materials that we are able to repurpose and divert from landfill, which are then used to create functioning, beautiful and interesting objects for Christchurch.

Our headline event, Lean Means – a spectacular temporary city made from ‘waste’ materials, is set to attract thousands and is live for one night only on Saturday 22 October (rain date 23 October).

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