“Funding creative spaces will support new jobs and expand existing roles to help build a more sustainable sector and skilled workforce,” said Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Carmel Sepuloni, in a media release announcing the $18 million fund over three years to support creative spaces. Keep Reading
Kia hapai ake i te hapor. Lift up our community.
The Art4me programme promotes creativity, inclusion and social contact across the community. It offers opportunity, tutor support and materials for artists to work on creative projects and enjoy the company of others.
RECENT NEWS AND VIEWS
We invite you to the opening of our 2020 Art4Me exhibition, at the Left Bank Gallery at 6pm on 8 October. This year about 40 artists from Hokitika and Greymouth will exhibit works and we're very excited! Keep Reading
Art4Me tutor Kate Buckley first considered turning her love for art into a career when she was a teenager. Keep Reading
Antoinette Spicer is a second-year journalism student at the New Zealand Broadcasting School in Ōtautahi Christchurch. For her independent projects, she is creating a five-part podcast series on art initiatives and programmes that improve New Zealanders’ wellbeing. Keep Reading