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PANNZ Arts Market 2024

04/03/24  to 06/03/24
Monday 4 March - Wednesday 6 March 2024
Nau mai, haere mai to Aotearoa's premiere event for artists, producers, presenters and industry leaders from across the performing arts sector.

Closes

Mar 6, 2024

Posted on

Dec 5, 2023

Event type:

OTHER ,

Price:

$105 +GST - $695 +GST*

Venue:

Auckland Town Hall, Concert Chamber

Address:

303 Queen Street, Auckland

Region:

Auckland ,

Written by

PANNZ - Marketing
Dec 5, 2023

Registrations for the PANNZ (Performing Arts Network New Zealand) Arts Market 2024 are now open! 

Nau mai, haere mai to Aotearoa's premiere event for artists, producers, presenters and industry leaders from across the performing arts sector.

The PANNZ Arts Market is taking place across three days in Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland), 4th, 5th and 6th March 2024. This Arts Market sees a return to showcases and pitches happening live and in person, as PANNZ continues to build on having artists and their work at the centre of the Market.

Multiple full-length performances will be showcased within a theatre environment, as well as one-minute and five-minute pitch sessions of exciting tour-ready performance works. Across the three days there will be both formal and informal networking opportunities and roundtable sessions. The programme will feature talks, ideas and discussions that capture the creative zeitgeist and provide a platform for connection, and collaboration on the themes and priorities faced by our sector and the world. During the Arts Market there will also be a number of taster showings so you will experience as much art as we can fit it in.

For more information and to register today visit: https://www.pannz.org.nz/arts-market/

 

 


*REGISTRATION FEES:

Independent Artists / Producers: $105 +GST   
All other delegates: $695 +GST  

(Reduced Fee Eligibility: Independent artists and producers who are not employed/contracted by companies that receive Investment Funding from CNZ under the Toi Tōtara Haemata and Toi Uru Kahikatea programmes.)