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Pyramid Club Launch New Website

Pyramid Club Launch New Website

Chris Cudby / Thursday 8th October, 2020 11:58AM

Te Whanganui-a-Tara artist-run venue and studio space Pyramid Club have consistently supported a vast array of Aotearoa adventurous music and related activities since emerging from the ashes of the fabled Freds and The Garage back in 2014. Run by the Sound and Light Exploration Society, Pyramid Club play an invaluable role in our community as a crucial node in national (and international) tour networks, organising must-attend festivals including the aptly named Pyramid Power Festival, and annually presenting over 80 concerts, workshops, artist-talks, screenings, exhibitions, and symposiums. With so much going on, they've handily unveiled the swanky new Pyramid Club website — "a home for sharing information about future events, documenting the past, and a forum for current conversations" — overflowing with online resources to help inform and expand your knowledge base, as you delve deeper into their sometimes obscure yet always enriching creative universe.

Along with an extremely useful Calendar section, there's a Mahi section documenting ongoing and past projects including the current Unmaking The Near Future multimedia project of works "created against the backdrop of the unfolding Covid19 saga," a Kōrero section providing space for "conversations around artist's creative work and the close examination of approaches and motivations" including podcasts, essays and workshop resources, plus a yet to be unveiled searchable audio / video Archive of live performances. All are presented with supreme style and usability, head along to the new Pyramid Club website HERE and get stuck in.


You can help support Pyramid Club by joining their key-holders membership club or making a donation — more info HERE.

Links
pyramidclub.org.nz/
pyramidclub.org.nz/support

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