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PHOTOS: BRAND NEW ZEAL PARTY – INVERLOCHY ART SCHOOL

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

These pics from The Brand New Zeal Party on October 11th at Inverlochy Art School. Thanks to everyone who came along and contributed to the good times! (NB: Party #2 on November 1st!)


Inverlochy Art School


A Hum of Voices & Womb

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BRAND NEW ZEAL!

Monday, October 6th, 2014

ATTENTION FRIENDLY BEINGS OF WELLINGTON!

Sure, it seems the world is going to proverbial hell, but it’s spring time and the nights are light, so throw off the glum political winter and unite with your townsfolk for an early evening of adventurous and energetic sensory stimulation this Saturday!

Sonorous Circle and Wellington City Council Creative Communities presents:


Poster image by Georgette Brown

THE BRAND NEW ZEAL PARTY!

@ Inverlochy Art School
(3 Inverlochy Place, off Abel Smith St, Wgtn)

featuring:
THE ALL SEEING HAND (7.00pm)
LADY LAZER LIGHT (visual projections for A.S.H)
AURA (6.00pm)
BALLAH PLAYAH GNAR (5.15pm)
WOMB & A HUM OF VOICES (4.30pm)

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Bargain-nutritious-delicious food by KOKOMO JOE!
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Super-dooper-face-paint by RUBY GRAY!
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Avant-clowning by CALVIN PETERSEN, STELLA REID and DANIEL EMMS!
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‘Child-friendly psychedelic’ art by GEORGETTE BROWN!

ALL WELCOME!
Entry by donation, all proceeds to the artists
(& bring cash for aforementioned food! : )


ALSO IN WELLINGTON THIS WEEKEND! (Friday night)
“The Albemarle is one of Wellington’s classic historic buildings… it was once was an anarchist hang out, then a brothel, now soon to be demolished. It’s an amazing space and a friend has kindly gifted us the use of the building for a one-off gig/art happening .. we’re going to fill the place with installations, performances, projections and sound! It’s also the Orchestra of Spheres leaving party before the band set sail to the US and Iceland next week, and they’re joined by a whole heap of good friends for the night.” Be sure to RSVP if you want to attend!

& Check out this brand new OOS video by Simon Ward!

www.orchestraofspheres.com