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The Radio One Community Notice Board is kindly brought to you by the OUSA Student Support Centre. If you’re a student, you can find them at 5 Ethel Benjamin Place, behind the OUSA Clubs and Societies Centre on 84 Albany Street, for any help and support you may need to get through student life.

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Monocle - Musical Furniture (The Platform Project)

Spectacle presents 'Monocle - Musical Furniture', an interactive foray into synthesised music! Throughout May, which is Aotearoa New Zealand Music Month, this project will transform a handful of vacant spaces within the George Street precinct into immersive, interactive sound installations. At first glance you'll see a simple lounge scene, but if you look closer the furniture is in fact interactive instruments for the public to play! The instruments will create oscillations, squeaks, drones, chirps, and other sounds, providing a fun experiential encounter.

The installation will take up residence in multiple locations along George Street and will be open to view and play Wednesday to Sunday from 10am - 3pm during May. This is an exciting immersive and interactive installation that anyone can enjoy! Come alone or bring a group of friends and revel in your creations.

https://www.dunedindreambrokerage.nz/projects/monocle-musical-furniture

2022 Vista Foundation 48 Hours Future Filmmakers Workshop

The Vista Foundation 48Hours are coming to Petridish in Dunedin to run a free half-day workshop on Tuesday 21st June. Designed to upskill local budding filmmakers, with a networking event to connect with the local film community; filmmakers, creatives, and teachers will have the chance to sharpen their short filmmaking skills in preparation for the 2022 Vista Foundation 48 Hours filmmaking compeition. If you're interested to learn more, or to sign up for the workshop and competition, head to 48hours.co.nz and sign up at eventfinda.co.nz

https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2022/future-filmmaker-workshop/dunedin

Dunedin Midwinter Carnival 2022

The herald of the solstice, the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival is back to brighten up the darkest day of the year! One of Dunedin’s most iconic buildings, First Church, will be ringing-in winter as part of a new look Dunedin Midwinter Carnival event which will take place over two nights, Friday 8th - Saturday 9th of July. The Church bell ringing group and Samoan congregation has been invited to feature in the event along with giant lantern installations and projections on the side of this treasured historic building. If you're keen to participate or simply just enjoy this beloved community focused evening, event tickets and lantern workshop bookings will open in May from the events website.

http://www.midwintercarnival.co.nz

'Hurahia ana kā Whetū' Art Exhibition

Unveiling the Stars is the result of a series of ongoing conversations between the team at Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Paemanu, a group of Ngāi Tahu (Kāi Tahu) visual artists. Through partnership, working to elevate Māori and indigenous voices, and layering multiple viewpoints, this exhibition looks to the past to create new paths forward. This dynamic exhibition will be on at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery until the 30 October and is not one to miss.

Dunedin Concerto Competition

Are you a young classical musician from Otago or Southland under the age of 23? Showcase your talent at the 2023 Dunedin Concerto Competition with a total prize pool of over $10,000, supported by the Hodgson Towers Charitable Trust. In partnership with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra and the Dunedin Youth Orchestra, the final concert of the 3 finalists will be held on 27 May 2023 at the Dunedin Town Hall. Applications open on 1 September and close at 1 December 2022. Full information and sign-ups can be found on their website.

https://www.dunedinconcerto.com

Dunedin Curtain Bank

Are you struggling to stay warm? Curtains make a significant difference to the warmth of a home; a third of all heat loss in an un-insulated home occurs through windows. Even double-glazed windows let out more heat than un-insulated walls. The Dunedin Curtain Bank is a community organization that up-cycles unwanted and unused curtains, lines them, and distributes them to those in need for just $5 per pair. Located at 174 Princes Street, they also accept donations of usable curtains for distribution.

http://www.dunedincurtainbank.org.nz

Re:Store

Looking to buy things you need while helping a good cause? ReStore on the corner of Gordon and Vogel Streets is there if you’re looking for something a little different, retro or cheaper including clothes, kitchenware, furniture, books and more. Make your income go further by shopping with ReStore which helps raise money for the Malcam Charitable Trust and for Habitat For Humanity.

https://www.facebook.com/restore.dunedin/

Thursdays in Black

Thursdays in Black is a student-led movement working towards a world free from sexual violence, and runs events raising awareness and providing education around the issue of sexual violence on campus. Sexual violence is a significant problem on tertiary campuses, but a different reality is possible. All students and staff of the University of Otago are invited to stand together, and wear all black, some black, or a Thursdays in Black badge, every Thursday to show support and solidarity for survivors of sexual violence. The way to change statistics about sexual violence is to: see, acknowledge, understand and address these issues. If you would like to get more involved, message the Thursdays In Black Facebook page or email tibotago@gmail.com. You can also donate to Thursdays in Black Otago via Givealittle, to help them continue their advocacy and education.

https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/thursdays-in-black-otago

Free Oral Health Service for Adolescents (Teens)

Don’t forget that dental treatment is free up until your 18th birthday, regardless of whether you're at school or in paid employment. Basic dental care includes an annual check up, oral health advice, examinations and dental X-rays (if necessary), preventative treatment, fillings, and extractions. Please note though that orthodontic treatment (like the straightening of teeth using braces) is not provided. To receive free basic dental care, Adolescents (teens) are required to enrol with a provider, and most of the dentists in Dunedin offer the free under 18 dental service - all you have to do is just call them up and ask!

https://www.southernhealth.nz/getting-help-you-need/oral-and-dental-health/free-oral-health-service-adolescents

OUSA $4 Lunches

The daily $4 lunches are restarting on Monday 31st January! $4 lunches are provided by Tandooree Garden and are served weekdays from 12 - 2pm in the Evison Lounge at OUSA's Clubs and Societies Centre on 84 Albany Street. There's ample seating available for those that want to eat in, or you can bring along a container and have takeaways. This is a grassroots program and in order to keep the cost down (for you), and the washing of your plate is DIY. Payment is via EFTPOS/CREDIT as you enter or cash at the kitchen. The $4 lunch is vegetarian and there are dairy-free and gluten-free options available.

https://www.ousa.org.nz/clubsandsocs/services/3-lunch

Stitch Kitchen

Stitch Kitchen is a community sewing studio with sewing machines, public classes, and a huge collection of fabrics, patterns and sewing supplies available to help you with mending, upcycling, costume making and more! Time banking and student rates are available, as are volunteer opportunities! Check our their website www.stitchkitchen.nz or get in touch to book a machine, or drop in at 474 Princes Street, Wednesday - Saturday from 10:30am - 4pm.

http://www.stitchkitchen.nz

Black Star Books Ōtepoti

Black Star Books, the Ōtepoti-based non-for-profit social centre, infoshop, and radical zines archive is looking for enthusiastic and likeminded volunteers who are keen to get involved in supporting DIY publications and flax-roots social organising! Black Star Books is open Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 - 5pm, and is located at 111 Moray Place, Dunedin. Follow them on instagram @blackstardunedin for updates. To get involved, email blackstardunedin@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/blackstarbooks

Too gay to donate blood?

Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest and most ambitious study of its kind aims to make blood donation fairer for gay, bisexual, takatāpui and other men who have sex with men (MSM). The study is called “SPOTS”: Sex and Prevention Of Transmission Study, and the researchers want to hear from 4,000 MSM about their views on blood donation and their safe sex practices. The study is led by the University of Auckland in partnership with the University of Otago and community organisations such as the NZ AIDS Foundation, Body Positive, Māori sexual health organisation Te Whāriki Takapou and the NZ Blood Service. The information from the survery aims to help prevent HIV and STI transmission, improve Aotearoa's blood donation policy for men who have sex with men, and reduce undiagnosed HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis in our community. Take the survey online at https://www.spots.org.nz/

https://www.spots.org.nz/