Current Projects

Toi Wairarapa opened “Heart of Arts” in March being their major project for 2016.

“Heart of Arts”  welcomes R2R Rangitahi/youth. We have a creative evening once a month, with their selected choices and they are inviting all other youth to participate.

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Toi Wairarapa last year worked on the following initiatives:

Funding Resource: This is a new project that is a direct result of the Survey recommendations along with Funding Clinics, completed last year.  http://www.toiwairarapa.co.nz/category/funding/

Our last free funding clinic for the year, thanks to Cindra Trust House Foundation,P1080177Kate from Boosted NZ
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Funding Clinics:  Toi Wairarapa offered several Funding Seminars in 2015 and will continue to offer them again in 2016.

Belinda Carey from Creative Communities Scheme Masterton
& Toi Wairarapa Board Trustee 
P1080231Toi Wairarapa facilitates, supports and advises
on the region’s arts, culture and heritage
activities through advocacy, connections and training services

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Do you want to know about, where you can go for funding nationally and locally? Then this is for you, come along to one of the two identical sessions we have available for you to attend:        Thursday 8 October 2015

Seminar 1 10am – 11.45am Seminar 2      1pm – 2.45pm

Koha towards the cuppa is very much appreciated, by Toi Wairarapa thank you. Make the most of this informative opportunity and please book in with
Corrinne Oliver Greytown venue details given with confirmation of your booking. Contact details as below, thank you:

PO Box 431, REAP House 340 Queen Street, Masterton 5886T: (06) 929 7424 M: 021 121 0980 E: corrinne@toiwairarapa.co.nz W: toiwairarapa.co.nz

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Have you heard of Boosted Crowdfunding, want to know more? Then this is the workshop for you, come along to one of the three identical sessions we have available for you to attend:

Workshop 1  10am – 11.45am                  6 August Thursday 2015

Workshop 2  1pm – 2.45pm                      6 August Thursday 2015

Workshop 3  3.30pm – 5.15pm                 6 August Thursday 2015

Take away your campaign plan to put into action with ongoing support. Please note there are limited spaces and no charge to attend. Koha towards the cuppa is very much appreciated, by Toi Wairarapa thank you. Make the most of this wonderful opportunity and please book in with Corrinne Oliver asap, venue details given with confirmation of your booking.
Contact details as below:

PO Box 431, REAP House 340 Queen Street, Masterton 5886T: (06) 929 7424 M: 021 121 0980 E: corrinne@toiwairarapa.co.nz W: toiwairarapa.co.nz
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Creative directory: www.toiwairarapa.co.nz

The first dedicated directory listing of Wairarapa art, culture and heritage providers, practitioners and participants in the local creative industry is now launched. See the directory here.

Wairarapa creative workshops: throughout Wairarapa

Planning for the annual series of workshops is well underway. Partnering with other organisations enable a wider reach to promote, attract and hook in people interested especially people from all backgrounds to ensure access to the talented pool of tutors and learnings. Proposed workshops include: painting, lighting, oral history and effective engagement with audiences through digital. Watch out for the first one early November.

Regional art leaders conference: 6-7 November 2014, Wairarapa

Last year we saw a coming together of regional art leaders from around Aotearoa. Chris Carey of CHART Northland leads this group which advocates for effective support through collaborative networking at national, regional and community levels. This was the first two day format for this group who’ve met on a fairly informal basis. The programme featured: Peter Biggs, Dame Robin White, and Vicki Allpress-Hill, with Creative NZ rolling out the Regional Art Study Pilot.