Vaiusu Creators Space and FCAC invite you to experience KOKO KALApU – a kaleidoscope of culture derived from the wants of a native being’s instincts and creativity. Featuring a vibrant line up of spoken word artists, visual artists, singers and dancers from the Pacific arts community. KOKO KALApU is a space where art, music, performance and community come together and ask:
How does the new aged savage connect in concrete worlds?
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Te Mauri o Te Poi
Wikitoria Tuhakaraina Simon and the Whānau of Te Mauri o Te Poi are coming back to Melbourne for a long weekend of Poi! Register now to not miss out!
Essential Oils 101
Essentials Oils have been used for centuries. As people of the land we know exactly the beauty of nature and how it supports our people's well being. When we're on our home lands we know exactly how to fill up our wells too but being in Melbourne City we lack the time and energy to make it part of our daily endeavours. With essential oils in your home, now you CAN!
The Last Supper Exhibition - Stir it UP
cohealth Arts Generator in partnership with Brimbank Youth Services, Westside Pasifika and Vaiusu presents...
‘The Last Supper’ exhibition is a creative outcome that was created by the members of Stir It Up. The photo exhibition is a representation of Religion, Food and Culture, which are key elements in which we found connection and solidarity.
Vaiusu is for Mums
Come pick up a gift for mum at our Vaiusu is for Mums event this May.
Pop in after work for a glass of bubbles, a catch up with friends and find the perfect gift for mum...or yourself :-)
You will have exclusive access to our one time only discounts throughout the store.
Hand made creations such as...
Mother of Pearl necklaces,
Pacific Island Jewellery
Body Oils and much much more
Women of the World Festival - Market Place
Vaiusu's Creators Space is setting up a market stall at the Women of the World Festival held at Footscray Community Arts Centre. We will be there from 12pm - 7pm sharing our creations.
WOW – Women of the World Festival Melbourne is a three-day festival of critical conversations, music, film and performance, celebrating women and taking an in-depth look at the remaining challenges to gender equality, to be held at Footscray Community Arts Centre from Thursday 23 March – Saturday 25 March 2017.
Conceived by Southbank Centre and launched in London in 2011, WOW – Women of the World has been identified as the largest network of women in the world, with its festivals engaging and inspiring over one million women across five continents and cities in the US, Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, the UK, and Australia.
Sei I love you
We make it easy to Sei (Say) I love you with our exclusive shopping event. Saturday 21 January 6pm till 8pm
To kick off our Valentines Day Discounts we are hosting a floral exhibition, with bubbles on entry and one time only discounts on beautiful floral headpieces, floral crowns, carved Mother of Pearl Necklaces, beautiful gift packs and much much more.
Vaiusu - Sunshine - Christmas Pop UP Shop
DECEMBER 1 - 23, 2016
We are back this December with the Sunshine Christmas Pop Up Shop at Sunshine Plaza. Launching 1st December we will have a range of pasifika inspired gifts, homeware and skin care.
Vaiusu - CreativeYouthProject
NOVEMBER 29 - DECEMBER 3, 2016
Create a Product for our selves!! Or a Performance Piece for Open Mic Night!
The Westside Pasfika Youth Committee is joining with Vaiusu Cultural Gift Shop to invite young people to meet artists, learn skills, and celebrate their culture through a pop-up Shop in Sunshine selling cultural art and gifts in December.
Vaiusu Pop up Shop - St Kilda
NOVEMBER 1 - 21, 2016
A collection of crafts, organic cacao products and skincare.
A collaboration between souls woven with the same thread. At Vaiusu you will find a refreshing oasis amongst the heart of St Kilda. With an ocean view Vaiusu reminds you of your beauty within. Bold in colours, attitude and filled with alofa.
Vaniah Toloa - Lounge Room Sessions
NOVEMBER 3, 2016
An intimate evening with Vaniah Toloa at Vaiusu, St Kilda. The first acoustic lounge room session for Vaniah Toloa. A sold out event enjoyed by all.