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Ema Tavola, Luisa Tora, Otahuhu, Sangeeta Singh, South Auckland

Happy Fiji Day!

A very big Happy Fiji Independence Day from the cheeky Auckland-based artists of DIASPORADIC679!

Whilst Auckland’s Fiji community has been celebrating in the weekend leading up to official Fiji Day (October 10), we have decided to commence our exhibition a week after Fiji Day, and we’re only 7 sleeps away!

We’re also very happy that Brisbane-based artist Dulcie Stewart will also be here next week for the opening of DIASPORADIC679!

The artwork will be posted here two days before the opening of the exhibition. The actual posters will be both A3 and A2 size and situated in the street-facing windows of six venues in Otahuhu. Find out more about our venues here.

A venue map will also be posted this week and enquiries can be emailed to us at diasporadic679@gmail.com

Fiji – we miss you, we love you :’)

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About PIMPI

I am a visual artist of kailoma Fijian ancestry, currently living in Manukau City, South Auckland, New Zealand. I work towards developing the profile of Pacific Arts for Pacific audiences within Pacific contexts, artistic self-determination, in New Zealand and in Suva...

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