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Pacific Dance New Zealand governed by the Pacific Islands Dance Fono (PIDF) is a national organisation that fosters and develops the Pacific dance sector of New Zealand.

PIDF exists to enable, strengthen, create, grow and promote Pacific Islands dance in all its diversity through public education, dance opportunities, through fostering understanding, and through interaction between communities and the ever-evolving Pacific dance forms; for the benefit of and between the Pacific Island communities of New Zealand and the wider New Zealand public.

Ufita Sagapolutele

Ufitia Sagapolutele will be the Tutor for the 2020 Summer Holiday Program.

Ufitia is a creative artist and choreographer. She has a Master of Dance Studies degree from The University of Auckland. She has taught hip hop dance for over 5 years and has competed internationally at hip hop competitions as well as presented work at dance festivals.

Pacific Dance – NZ Producer: Pacific Islands Dance Fono Trust Project Leader: Cilla Brown

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Open to all levels.

What to Wear:

Wear loose clothing that you can move quickly and freely in.

Be prepared to work with our tutor Ufitia Sagapolutele to create and learn a new dance piece.

This new dance piece will be presented on the final day to our friends and family in Taurere Theatre space.

What to Bring:

Bring a drink bottle and a “can-do” fun attitude.