CubaDupa is nurtured under the umbrella of Wellington’s Creative Capital Arts Trust, a non-profit organisation looking out for the arts and artists alike, also housing the fabulous New Zealand Fringe Festival.
Creative Capital Arts Trust offers careers that span the entire arts festival ecosystem, from artist liaison, marketing, operations, production to administration.
CubaDupa also has annual open calls for artists to be a part of our programme. These have now closed for 2024. Outside of this annual call, we will post any other festival opportunities for artists below.
If you have any queries relating to work or internships with us, please email [email protected].
Kua tae mai a Māorioke ki CubaDupa, Māorioke is here to encourage everyone to sing in Te Reo Māori or blend Te Reo Māori into your favourite songs.
This is a great way to share your favourite waiata, normalise Te Reo Māori and have fun!
If you or a group would love to be a part of Māorioke at this year’s CubaDupa, you can sign up in advance to participate on the Ngā Toi Stage at Te Aro Pā. Bring your whānau and tell your friends!
We are looking forward to seeing the undiscovered talent of Pōneke.