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Putiputi - As part of Tempo #GoingDigital 2020

When:

Mon 9 Nov 2020, 10:00am–10:00pm
Wed 30 Dec 2020, 10:00am–10:05am

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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Tempo Dance Festival presents Putiputi
As part of Tempo #GoingDigital 2020

Creating #GoingDigital to support artists and provide audiences with the same outstanding calibre of dance works from their homes, Tempo is proud to announce their third and final season - Putiputi runs free and online from Monday 9 November.

Tempo became the first arts festival in the world to offer a year-round programme entirely free of charge, as well as being an early adopter of the shift online as New Zealand’s first arts festival to go fully digital in response to COVID-19 on 4 May. Regardless of the immense challenges faced by the performing arts sector throughout 2020, Tempo has produced a world-class programme of digital dance works encompassing film, live-streamed performance, dance classes and workshops, archival screenings, book readings, online dance photography and painting exhibitions, artist interviews and dance documentary.

The entire festival has been hosted across Tempo’s website and social media platforms, accessible entirely for free via devices.

Putiputi Programme:

Olivia O'Brien - Rue
Dance article/essay/journal - Nov 10-13
Emerging artist

Irihipeti Waretini and Bella Waru (AUS) - Bats, Moths & Centipedes: What we lose in the dark
Dance video work - Nov 11-15
Emerging artists, contemporary dance

Kimi Young – Project See
Dance video work – Nov 13-15
Emerging artist, street & contemporary dance

Inplay Dance Collective (AUS) - Sessions InPlay
Workshop Series - Nov 14 - Dec 6
Emerging artist, contemporary dance

Carol Brown (AUS) - LungSong
Dance video work - Nov 16-19
Established artist, contemporary dance

Jhawan Raika-Morgan - Nocturnal
Dance article/essay/journal - Nov 17-20
Emerging artist

Hijinx Youth Company - Little Black Boxes
Dance video work - Nov 20-23
Rangatahi, circus

Emma Murray (EUR) - A Live Encounter with my Archive
Live-streamed performance - Nov 20 - Dec 20
Established artist, experimental dance

Vito Prasasta Adipurwanto - By The Way... (Ngomong - Ngomong)
Dance video work - Nov 24 - Dec 24
Emerging artist, contemporary dance, Indonesian

Jareen Wee (AUS) - By the citrus tree
Dance article/essay/journal - Nov 24-27
Emerging artist

Sara Cowdell and Kyah Dove - Green Witches Stare
Dance video work - Nov 25-29
Emerging artist, performance art & experimental dance

Sarah Elsworth - Bones of Heart
Social media takeover - Nov 27-29
Mid-career artist

Lucy Lynch and Holly Finch - What Kinda Music
Dance video work - Nov 30 - Dec 30
Emerging artist, contemporary dance

Courtney Scheu and Itamar Freed (AUS) - Plastic Belly
Dance video work - Dec 1-4
Emerging artist, contemporary dance

Cypris Afakasi (COVEN) - Metatronic Mu (working title)
Dance video work
Emerging artist, Vogue

Tia Sagapolutele
Emerging artist, in Residency
Details of work to come