Building on our creative culture and community

Whau Community Arts Brokering

Whau Community Arts Brokering is a community service supported by the Whau Local Board. Tapping into the existing creative community in the Whau area to support temporary arts projects and activation in our urban environment.

By supporting arts activity by and for the people of the Whau, we aim to nurture and share the cultural and creative vibrancy of our communities.

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What do we do?

The broker works with you to support you to bring your creative ideas and fully formed projects to the Whau public.

We start with a conversation about what it is you want to do and from there work out what support you need.

This can range from advice and assistance with council processes, connecting you with others in the Whau, grant applications – to funding for your project in our annual funding round.

Getting in contact

You can get in contact with Jody Yawa McMillan, your Whau Arts Broker by email, on facebook and instagram @artswhau

“Community art projects weave together creativity, culture and collaboration in our neighborhoods. We’re creating spaces where everyone’s voice matters, celebrating our differences, and shaping our community together.” – Jody

Live elsewhere in Tāmaki Makaurau? Check out Albert-Eden Neighbourhood Arts, Mangere-Ōtāhuhu Arts, Arts Out East, and Franklin Community Arts

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