Christopher Ulutupu's commission The Pleasures of Unbelonging (2023) opens at TAUTAI in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland on 20 October 2023
CIRCUIT invites short film proposals for an international project which examines the human necessity for housing, shelter, and belonging
CIRCUIT and Auckland Council are inviting proposals for Wild, Wild Life, a city-wide installation of six new artist moving image commissions to coincide with the 2024 Auckland Arts Festival
CIRCUIT invites proposals for the next annual series of artist commissions for Masons Screen
The inaugural Aotearoa Poetry Film Festival invites submissions until 15 August 2023
Otherwise Worlding, a new reader on artists’ animation, launches in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington and Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland with a screening of five artists' works
Due to the impacts of Cyclone Gabrielle, the 2023 Wairoa Māori Film Festival has been postponed until October
Pati Tyrell’s commission Tulouna le Lagi (2022) will screen at this year’s Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF)
Leo Koziol (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Rakaipaaka) to continue as CIRCUIT’s Matariki Curator for 2023
Pati Tyrell’s film Tulouna le Lagi (2022) has been selected for competition at the 69th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
Legacies, CIRCUIT's 2022 Artist Cinema Commissions will travel to Singapore, Portland, London, Oberhausen and Bangkok
CIRCUIT invites proposals for a CIRCUIT podcast series featuring conversations with Aotearoa artists working in the moving image.
CIRCUIT is looking for a skilled and experienced Treasurer to join the Board of our non-profit arts organisation.
CIRCUIT welcomes Fred Small as our new Production Assistant.
CIRCUIT are seeking a motivated, committed individual with a background in contemporary art and the moving image for a fixed term part-time role.
Chris Ulutupu premieres The Pleasures of Unbelonging at the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival (UK) on 4 March 2023
Legacies, CIRCUIT's 2022 Artist Cinema Commissions is now showing at Ashburton Art Gallery
Hana Pera Aoake, Matthew Cowan and Jana Müller, Xi Li and Leala Faleseuga to make new public artworks.
Publication launch for the Legacies reader, plus artist talk with Edith Amituanai and Martin Sagadin.
Applications are now open for three commissions to make a new work for Masons Screen in the Pōneke CBD.
This weekend, 4–7 June 2022, three big exhibitions and screenings of Māori moving image are happening across Aotearoa—in Wairoa, Ōtautahi, and Te Whanganui-a-tara.
CIRCUIT is working with three curators on a range of commissions, screenings, and exhibitions in 2022, our tenth anniversary year.
Theo Macdonald chats with CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams about CIRCUIT’s ten year anniversary and website relaunch.
Watch video, read essays, listen to podcasts, and dive into the work of Aotearoa's moving image artists.
Christopher Ulutupu is the recipient of the 2022 Tagata Moana Moving Image Award.
CIRCUIT and TAUTAI are excited to announce an open call for the CIRCUIT 2022 Tagata Moana Moving Image Award.
We are calling for proposals for Masons Screen, a public screen for video work in Pōneke.
An opportunity for Massey Fine Arts students to attend and discuss the AURA Symposium.
Annie Bradley, Theo MacDonald, and Layne Waerea will make new works for Masons Screen.
David Teh, Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore, is CIRCUIT's 2020–21 Curator-at-large.
Serena Bentley, Curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, is CIRCUIT's 2019 Curator-at-large.
Dr Mercedes Vicente is CIRCUIT's 2017 Curator-at-large.
Priscilla Howe is CIRCUIT's 2017 Curatorial Intern.
The CIRCUIT Critical Forum is a monthly discussion group for artists who work with the moving image.