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Funding available through Creative Communities Scheme

Funding available through Creative Communities Scheme


Hutt City Council’s Creative Communities Funding Scheme has money to give groups and individuals running arts projects in the Hutt Valley.

Anyone who is planning an arts project can submit an application. Visit the Council website’s funding page for information, and apply online at www.huttcity.govt.nz/en/Services/Funding

People who don’t have Internet access can get online at any Hutt City Library.

Creative Communities funding supports to be involved in the arts, whether that’s music, theatre, festivals, mural painting, outdoor sculptures, art in public spaces, kapa haka, singing, art workshops or something else.

Pippa Sanderson, Community Arts Advisor says, “We’re looking for art projects with broad community involvement, projects involving young people or projects that support the diverse arts and cultural traditions of local communities.

“Projects we’ve funded before include exhibitions, concerts, workshops, festivals, plays and mural projects, which have all been based in the Hutt Valley.”

The deadline for this round of applications is 19 September.

To find out more about the scheme and apply online visit the Funding page on Hutt City Council website

www.huttcity.govt.nz/en/Services/Funding/

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