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Mon, 18 Oct


Zoom Meeting

Songwriters 4 Climate Action Online Workshop #10 w. Aaiotanga

Guest speakers from Aaiotanga Community Space, a preview of some songs and look at some local artwork exploring Climate Action.

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Songwriters 4 Climate Action Online Workshop #10 w. Aaiotanga
Songwriters 4 Climate Action Online Workshop #10 w. Aaiotanga

Time & Location

18 Oct 2021, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Zoom Meeting

About the event

In this workshop we will be sharing some songs from our Songwriters4ClimateAction group and Holding Space have invited some practitioners from Aaiotanga Community Space to talk about: 'what is regeneration / regenerative practices' ? We will have an open discussion around 'how can the arts sector collaborate or respond to the work of other communities/industries to promote climate action and strengthen our networks?'. We will also talk about some local artwork by Chris Dews and 'What is our vision of a thriving regenerative Tamaki Makaurau?’

Zoom Meeting Link:

Meeting ID: 827 9257 0057 Passcode: 351769

Songwriters 4 Climate Action is a project intended to bring together community-based performers through a series of workshops and activities; to help support and inspire them to develop songs and artwork that highlight the challenges and hopes for climate action. Our aim is to work towards live performances and record songs / creative content (to a professional standard) that we can share on multiple platforms to help spread awareness and positivity around this kaupapa. Through this process we hope to build a supportive arts community and learn a thing or two along the way.

Holding Space Aotearoa is a Community Arts Trust with a focus on workshops, open mics and community engagement; creating opportunities & content for local artists in Tāmaki Makaurau. For more details on this workshop and other events across Tāmaki Makaurau, visit

Aaiotanga Community Space (Emily Place CBD) provide a peaceful city sanctuary promoting creative community, healthy urban ecology, just-relationships and a welcoming neighbourhood where we can all connect and establish our belonging. Run by Aaiotanga Peace Place Trust

Parts of this project have been supported by Waitematā Low Carbon Network, Waitematā Local Board, Puketāpapa Low Carbon Network, Puketāpapa Local Board and Grey Lynn 2030.

- Image: Art work by Chris Dews Myers Park From his Taxman's Terrace Exhibition @dewsyart

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