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Waitakere Open-Studio Weekend - Artists Invitation

Waitakere City Open-Studio Weekend

Calling all Waitakere City Artists – Invitation to Participate

Open-Studio Weekend – March 4-5th 2006, 10-4pm

Artists are being sought for an exciting new initiative, being promoted by the Waitakere Arts Network (An informal Council-led network of Arts-organisations). WAN is inviting artists to open their studios on the 4th and 5th of March 2005. Artists will have the choice to open on either or both days. For artists without home studios, there will be an option to demonstrate their art-practice as part of a cluster (Venues to be announced).

There will be a brochure produced listing the locations of all studios and the event will be publicised throughout the Auckland region.

This event is designed to:

- Increase arts awareness in the community

- To promote Waitakere arts throughout the Auckland region

- To create dialogue and interaction between artists and the public

To register your interest, please send your contact details and a photo or digital image of your work to:

Community Art Coordinator, Waitakere City Council, Private Bag 93109, Henderson, Waitakere City –by 13th January 2006

ph(09) 836 8000 x8934 – Fax (09) 836 8087

Email Mark.Osborne@waitakere.co.nz


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