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The Creative Souls Project

The Creative Souls Project is committed to providing programmes, workshops, mentoring and opportunities in the Arts for young people and old within our Avondale community and beyond.  From pre school music and movement, to adult ukuele lessons to arts and crafts sessions and everything in-between, they strive to make the arts accessible and affordable. In

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Charlotte Museum

The Charlotte Museum Trust collects and preserves artifacts of lesbian culture such as labrys, music, theatre, film, literature, art and other memorabilia from early lesbian life in New Zealand / Aotearoa. Currently we have a collection of 800 lesbian cultural artifacts: Labrys (in bone, glass and silver), domestic ware, lesbian ceramics, 2100 lesbian books and

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Whau the People

Whau the People is an Avondale based multidisciplinary arts collective focused on activating the diverse creative community within the Whau area and providing opportunities for local neighbourhoods to take part in artistically satisfying experiences. Whau the People organise the annual Whau Arts Festival in October of every year. Visit their website to see what happened

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Community Houses, Hubs and Centres

The Whau has three Auckland Council supported community centres and two Auckland Council run facilities. These provide space and support for workshops, community activities, recreation, events and performances. Their spaces are all bookable for activity. Council Supported Community Centres Blockhouse Bay Community CentreIn the heart of the Blockhouse Bay shops, Blockhouse Bay Community Centre is

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Te Toi Uku

Te Toi Uku is small museum administered by the Portage Ceramics Trust.  It has a heritage collection from the West Auckland clay industry, from the early clay pipe-making days to the Crown Lynn era. 7 Ambrico Place, New Lynn AucklandSee or for contact info and opening hours

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