Bradley Lane Illuminated Artists


AUĒ

AUĒ is a new, emerging and raw indigenous perspective in the Aotearoa Contemporary dance scene. We fuse together our traditional Pacific and Street dance ideologies with Contemporary dance techniques. AUĒ is artistically directed by Vivian Hosking-Aue who aspires to be one of New Zealand’s household contemporary dance choreographers (theatreview, 2016).

FB: auedanceco

 

Haser

Kairau 'Haser' Bradley is an artist at the forefront of the graffiti and street art scene in New Zealand. Originally from West Auckland, Haser has painted graffiti for almost two decades with no intention to slow down. 

With looming plans to relocate offshore, Haser will be painting live for Bradley Lane Illuminated hoping to leave a reminder behind that will last until his return.

Website: www.hasernz.com

Facebook: hasernz

Instagram: @hasernz

 

Te Āmiorangi

Te Āmiorangi Hōtaka Rangatahi is a marae based Youth Program. 

Through the paepae of Ruapōtaka Marae, Te Āmiorangi helps rangatahi to ignite their potential creating a narrative of self determination and change that will support their future pathway. 

Te Āmiorangi have recently returned from the Phillipines after performing at the Dinagyang Festival 2018.

FB: Ruapotakamarae

 

Te Oro Bboy/Bgirl Crew

Taups (Taupuhi Toki) and Dianamite (Diana Hu) have been teaching the Bboy/Bgirl class at Te Oro since 2015 and will present a live breakdancing battle where the public get to be the judge.

Taups has been Bboying since the 90's and has taken part in breakdancing battles both as a competitor and judge. He also leads InStance Movement and has worked with groups such as BreaksNZ and Mika Haka Foundation.

Dianamite practices the style of popping, boogaloo, and breaking. She also runs breakdancing jams and events within the community. She is a member of the New Zealand funk styles crew Boogiehood Connection, breaking crew Instance Movement and female Hip Hop crew 3K Calibre.

FB: InstanceMovement

 

No Six

No Six is a collective of young creatives which formed in June 2017. With a mutual love of content creation and media, they identified that the narrative commonly told about them was not one of their own but one formed largely by mainstream media. 

No Six has disrupted this norm and now provides quality content services to social organisations across Auckland. They will create a new digital installation to be projected towards the Glen Innes Town Centre from Te Oro.

Website: www.nosix.co.nz

FB: nosixofficial

Insta: @nosix__

 

Ūreia Performing Arts Group

Ūreia Performing Arts Group is an East Auckland youth focused organisation that is revitalising mainly Māori / Polynesian cultural practises that celebrate traditional & contemporary performance.

 

Crescendo Trust of Aotearoa

The Crescendo Trust of Aotearoa (CTOA) is a visionary, unique and professional organisation that grows young people and empowers them to make positive change in their lives through mentoring and training.

FRED is a young up and coming rapper hailing from Papatoetoe, South Auckland. Over the past year FRED has been working on his independent project Midnight Pink Forever which will be released mid-year. He will be performing a few joints from this project which is a combination of an old school vibe mixed with a new youthful sound. 

Website: http://www.ctoa.co.nz

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