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Pacific Islands Arts Information Workshop

Pacific Islands Arts Information Workshop

Creative New Zealand is holding a Pacific arts information workshop for Pacific Islands communities and artists. Anton Carter, Pacific Islands Arts Advisor for Creative New Zealand will be speaking.

The focus of the workshop is to provide information on Creative New Zealand’s funding options Outline the Pacific Arts Committee’s funding programmes Provide practical advice on submitting a funding proposal Offer project management advice

It is also an opportunity for Creative New Zealand to hear back from organisations and artists about their activities and current issues.

DATE: Friday July 4th 2003

START TIME: 12.00 noon – 2 pm

DURATION: 1.30mins presentation / 30mins questions

VENUE: The Gallery Manukau City Council Wiri Station Road

And watch out for a workshop for Maori artists and organisations on 12 July in Howick. Creative NZ's Enyon Delamere will be presenting.

Light refreshments will be served, numbers are limited so please ring to book a place.

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