WINDOW is an ongoing poster project on the corner of Totara and Rankin Avenue, hosted by the New Lynn Community Hub and facilitated by Divyaa Kumar. Aiming to explore contemporary art and design by local artists, the Window billboard displays a rotating gallery of posters from local creatives, changing on a monthly rotation. This pilot […]

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The Art Kitchen

Art Kitchen was a series of professional workshops focussed on building the capabilities of our art communities. 6 workshops were delivered online and 2 in person and with regular attendees across all the workshops, they provided an opportunity for connecting and network building as well. Workshop subjects included Curating; Writing Proposals; Funding Applications; Community Arts;

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Call for Proposals 2020

Do you have an idea for a great creative project that you’d like to make happen in the Whau local board area between November 2020 and June 2021? Our call for proposals for is now open. We’re excited to see what you will come up with. Arts Whau supports temporary creative projects created by and

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Call for Proposals 2018

Arts Whau supports temporary creative projects created by and for local people in the Whau through funding, advice and practical assistance. In the past we’ve supported you to float a theatre on the Whau River, create a pop-up arts space in the Avondale markets, combine poetry with food tasting, lead workshops, and create exhibitions, poster

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Urban Spaces

The Whau Community Arts Broker is calling for proposals for the creative use of vacant retail space in the Whau. The Whau is looking for projects with a creative emphasis which:•    Bring life to the Whau,•    Are accessible, visible, and increase sense of community,•    Engage with and reflect the diverse population of the area.If your

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Manaakitanga Fund

We know that hospitality is incredibly important for making audiences and artists feel supported and welcome. We also know that creative groups are working on very tight budgets to realise their exhibitions, performances, workshops and community events. The manaakitanga fund is intended to help with this. Whau arts groups and community organisations can apply to

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