VUWSA ArtsWeek 2017 is coming! 

We've pulled together a string of events on campus and in the city, celebrating arts and culture for one amazing artsy week... Come and join us!

**MONDAY 22ND MAY**
VISUAL ARTS
G u i d e d  W a l k : A r t  i n  t h e  P a r k
Learn about sculptures and sundials in the Wellington Botanic Garden on this moderate 90 min walk with a guide
11am | Begonia House, Botanic Gardens | $5

VISUAL ARTS
M i s f i t s  C l u b
Learn new art skills with Victoria's fine art club
5pm | The Bubble (Kelburn Campus) | Free

**TUESDAY 23RD MAY**
VISUAL ARTS
A r t  g a l l e r y  t o u r
A walking tour of Adam Art Gallery with the curator of the latest exhibition, "Acting Out". Drinks & nibbles provided at the end
5.30pm | Adam Art Gallery | Free

THEATRE
T w o  B e l l e s  i n  L o v e:  A  r o m a n c e
Adapted from a 350-year-old lesbian romantic comedy by Li Yu, with new music by Ailise Beales. Presented by the Victoria University Theatre Programme
7.30pm | Studio 77, Fairlie Terrace | $8
https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2017/two-belles-in-love-romance/wellington 

**WEDNESDAY 24TH MAY**
VISUAL ARTS
L i f e  d r a w i n g
Come along to a human figure drawing group! Basic materials supplied by VUWSA
5.30pm | St Andrew's on The Terrace | $5

MUSIC
D J  W o r k s h o p
A hands on lesson with hip hop DJ - Nodz
7pm | AM103 (Kelburn Campus) | Free

**THURSDAY 25TH MAY**
VISUAL ARTS
P o p  A r t  T h e r a p y
With a theme of community, connectedness & laughter, choose clay, watercolour or Posca pens as your form of expression
12pm | The Bubble (Kelburn Campus) | Free

COMEDY
S t a n d  U p  C o m e d y  W o r k s h o p
Learn tricks of the trade with comedian and actor, Cohen Holloway
2pm | Memorial Theatre Foyer (Kelburn Campus) | Free

SPOKEN WORD
V e r s e s
A poetry reading featuring students from the International Institute of Modern Letters. Drinks & nibbles provided at the end
6pm | Vic Books | Free

FILM / DOCUMENTARY
D e m o c r a c y  T h e n - P o l i t i c a l  A d v e r t i s i n g  i n  N Z
Political campaigning ain't what it used to be, and neither is the media coverage. Join us as we look back at political party broadcasts and election coverage from the mid-1960s to 1990
7pm | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision | $8
http://www.ngataonga.org.nz/events/democracy-then-political-advertising-in-nz-1960s-1990s

**FRIDAY 26TH MAY**
DANCE
G r e y
Patrick Godinet presents 'GREY' - staying true to Godinet's soulful, honest, introspective and unconventional style of storytelling, he brings you back within the realms of his previous work, THE DARK ROOM. Performed by SEEK Dance Crew
6.30pm | BATS Theatre | $15
https://bats.co.nz/whats-on/grey/ 

MUSIC
T h u n d e r m e n t a l s (AU)
Boasting a musicality rooted in hip hop but at the same time transcending it to offer something for anyone who simply loves music, their latest release, ‘Everyone We Know’ is an album inspired by real people and real stories. Thundamentals would love for you to be a part of that story, and they a part of yours. Last seen in NZ with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
8pm | Caroline | $15
https://justtheticketnz.com/events/5d9d580f-1ac5-a794-2e1e-bf50b2460984

**SATURDAY 27TH MAY**
COMEDY
D J  T r u m p
Donald Trump, man of the hour, has had a hard life: he’s never quite fitted in. His dad hates him, he’s never had friends, and he’s in a minority group (the top 1%). After taking on the presidency and control of America, he digs deep and realises it’s time to take control of his own life. From World Top 10 Trump impersonator, Alexander Sparrow (Winner of Breakthrough Performer in the 2016 Wellington Comedy Awards)
8pm | Cavern Club | $20
https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2017/dj-trump/wellington