Creative Learning.

Acts of Imagination.

Whether we are unpacking a play, creating a new work or learning new skills, we are encouraging habits of thinking that foster acts of imagination to take place. Made by the best artists, with the most enthusiastic collaborators for the most exciting audiences.

This year we are thrilled to have ASB on board as a key supporter of all our school-focused activities as an initiative of the Principal Partnership with ATC.

For us, it all starts with a play

Coming Up.

Here & Now Festival 2017

April 21 - 24 | ASB Waterfront Theatre

A four-day takeover of the ASB Waterfront Theatre by the youngest talents in town. Featuring three exciting new shows created especially for the Festival as well as new works in development, a big schmooze fest, workshops, talks, music, DJs, a party and more!

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The Big Schmooze.

April 22 12pm-4pm | ASB Waterfront Theatre

Considering a career in the performing arts? The Big Schmooze is a career expo like no other. Get up close and personal with recent graduates, drama school leaders and professional artists. Including forums, workshops, and lots of time to meet up – you won’t want to miss this insider’s guide to the business. Pre-register before Saturday the 20th of April to go in the draw to win a HERE & NOW Festival double pass. Registrations will also be taken on the day.

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We love working alongside children, young people and teachers - at school, in the rehearsal room and onstage.
Associate Director — Lynne Cardy

Contact us.

If you're a teacher who wants to engage with our programmes, a young person who wants to get involved or an artist who wants to work with us, get in touch with Nicole Arrow - Youth Arts Coordinator nicole@atc.co.nz

2017 Programme support.

ATC Creative Learning thanks: ASB as a key supporter of all school-focused activities, the Lion Foundation as a programme funder, and ATC Patrons and ATC Supporting Acts for their ongoing generosity.

Thank you.

ATC Creative Learning receives Principal Funding from Creative New Zealand and Auckland Council and Core Funding from Foundation North.