Wonder Wheels: Year 6 students organise pop-up roller skating event

Year 6 students from Selwyn House School organised a pop-up roller skating event at Spark Park on Hereford Street on Thursday, 14 September. Wonder Wheels is a school project that we supported as part of our LEOTC programme.  The students set up the space during the...

Meet our interns!

We’ve had such a great relationship over the years with Denmark. We keep getting the most amazing interns and our interns in 2017 were more of the same. Natasja and Elin Sofía were in Christchurch for three months to do research for their thesis on the role of...

CitySide: our first work alongside one of the anchor projects

Something new and exciting has come to the city! And we’ve got our sticky hands all over it. Gap Filler has been experimenting for a long time now with ways our (and other) temporary projects can have long-term community outcomes. Recent projects such as Super Street...

Co[de]Create : Students games tested on Super Street Arcade

On September 7 2017, students who had been working on arcade games for Super Street Arcade got the chance to test them on the actual public Super Street Arcade system. Game developers from CerebralFix and members of the Gap Filler team were on site to give feedback....

OPEN CITY – now live!

Discover more about your city with OPEN CITY, one of our more recent projects that’s unlocking our city’s secrets. Open City is a celebration of undervalued, sweet, free things to do in Christchurch. It might be a good climbing tree in the Botanic Gardens, a quirky...

Auckland has its very own Dance-O-Mat!

Auckland now has its very own Dance-O-Mat! The project was driven by Auckland Live working with MenzShed and was launched on April 22, 2017 as part of NZ Dance Week and was centrally located in Aotea Square for about 4 weeks.  Auckland Live, who delivered the Auckland...