SaVAge K’lub (Auckland)

Kolonial Karma: Late at the Museum

Friday 14 October 2022, 7.30pm10.30pm

Chamberlain Square
Birmingham, B3 3DH
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Supported by Creative New Zealand

3 hours



A very special evening with Aotearoa’s SaVAge K’lub. Fierce has been working with the SaVAge K’lub collective for the past twelve months, presenting their exhibition VA TAMATEA which is currently on show in Birmingham Museum. Because of pandemic constraints, the exhibition has been created by the SaVAge K’lub remotely.

We’re delighted to finally welcome the SaVAge K’lub to Birmingham, in person, for the first time as part of Fierce Festival 2022. They’ll be throwing a very special event ‘Kolonial Karma’, after hours at Birmingham Museum. Expect performance art, music, spoken word and more as SaVAge K’lub activate their exhibition and the Edwardian Tea Room space. More details will be revealed nearer the time.

Featuring Head SaVAge Rosanna Raymond and more to be announced.

Sistar S’pacific, aka Rosanna Raymond, is an innovator of the contemporary Pasifika art scene as a long-standing member of the art collective the Pacific Sisters, and the founding member of the SaVĀge K’lub. Raymond has achieved international renown for her performances, installations, body adornment, and spoken word.


Friday 14 October 2022


Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery