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PAWA 23: Festival overview by Frances Pavletich
PAWA 23: Festival over...
PAWA 23: Jazmine Rose Phillips on Leafa Wilson
PAWA 23: Jazmine Rose ...
PAWA 23: Jazmine Rose Phillips on EunSun Heo’s ‘Pieces of the island’
PAWA 23: Jazmine Rose ...
PAWA 23: Quinoa on ‘Penelope’s Window’ by Sam Trubridge
PAWA 23: Quinoa on 'Pe...
PAWA 23: Amber Clausner on Louie Zalk-Neale’s Opening Night hikoi
PAWA 23: Amber Clausne...
PAWA 23: Sraddha Venkataraman on Layne Waerea’s ‘The Privacy of Sound’
PAWA 23: Sraddha Venka...
PAWA 23: Kiran Patel on EunSun Heo’s ‘Pieces of the island’
PAWA 23: Kiran Patel o...
PAWA 23: Thomas Aitken on Enormous Face
PAWA 23: Thomas Aitken...
PAWA 23: Chris Girven on Audrey Baldwin’s ‘Avodiant Attachment’
PAWA 23: Chris Girven ...
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Hamilton

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STUDENT SHOWCASE

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2017
Performance

STUDENT SHOWCASE

RAW/ROAR by MIT students.

Bringing a slice of South Auckland to the capital. Manukau Institute of Technology Performing Arts students made a sensory journey that explores the stories and memories of those that came before us.

Public​ ​Reading:​ ​Fieldays Rural Bachelor 2017: Meet the eight rural hunks by Kedron Parker

Sympathetic Body by Bri Simpson

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Pawa runs on the contributions of our event goers and public funding. 

We believe performance art should be assible to everyone, thats why majority of our shows are open to the public, however if you have funds to spare please consider contributing.