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WATCH: Creative hub lives up to its name for circus students

Mar 18th, 2018 | By | Category: Arts/Entertainment, Latest News, News

Circus student Georgi performing in Maui’s Hook during the official opening of Te Auaha.

With a name that literally translates as “the creative hub,” you would expect to find some creative people inside Te Kāhui Auaha.

This week the custom built six-storey space on Dixon and Cuba opened to 850 students eager to study the art of film and television, jewellery design, music, publishing and even circus.

Forget clowns and lions, Te Auaha, as the building is most commonly referred to, is home to New Zealand’s most respected circus school, who for the very first time can offer a three-year Degree in Creativity: Specialty Dance/Circus.

Eli Josef and Natasha Halliday are students of the circus school and spoke about why they chose to study circus at Te Auaha.

 

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