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Art Anarchy Collective

ART FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE

https://www.facebook.com/artanarchycollective?ref=hl
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hutt-Valley-Community-Arts/187495488046725

Facilitated by the Hutt Valley community Arts, and supported by the HCC.
A large group of artists will be ‘Art Bombing’ the streets and public places of Lower Hutt for the whole month of the Fringe .

Look out for Giant Knitted Creatures in trees and on buildings – organised by ‘Knit for the Fringe’.

Graph Artists Toby Jenkins, Miss Mica and Sean Duffell will be bringing their talents to as yet unidentified places in the Hutt. They will work with, mentor and facilitate work by younger local graph artists. It’s going to be epic!

Jojo Garcia Jowett will be working with a group of artists on
some 3D Artworks, installation and weaving. Their secret locations yet to be revealed!

Want to know more, “like’ our Art Anarchy Collective Facebook Page to see what is happening and find out where it’s happening.. Photo and location posted each time we put something up.And contact us through Facebook if you want to be part of the Anarchy!
We’ll be transforming an empty shop in the CBD to Art Anarchy Headquarters from early January. That where we will be hanging out, planning and creating!!

Because this is a brand new project, we want a smart new logo. Here’s a chance
for all you talented designers to get your name out there – and win some sweet art prizes!

Don’t miss this event!!

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