Calling all creative kids!
The Auckland Arts Festival's Whānui programme is looking for young Aucklanders aged 8-12 years to be part of a photography exhibition!
EYE SPY AT THE AUCKLAND ARTS FESTIVAL
Calling all creative kids! Want to try photography?
The Auckland Arts Festival's Whānui programme is looking for young Aucklanders aged 8-12 years to be part of a photography exhibition! 40 children from across Auckland will participate in a free photography workshop with professional artists. You’ll learn how to take amazing photographs, and then they will be printed and displayed in a real exhibition in your neighbourhood.
Places are limited and selected children must be available to attend workshops in their respective area. Workshop dates are listed below.
Northart, Norman King Square, Northcote Shopping Centre, Northcote
• 9, 10, 13, 14 & 15 February 3.30pm-6.30pm
Corbans Estate Art Centre, 426 Great North Road, Henderson
• 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 Feb. 3.30pm-6.30pm
• Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple: 8-25 March
• Northart: 8-25 March
• Otara Leisure Centre: 8-25 March
• Corbans Estate Art Centre: 17-20 March
Contact Noma Sio-Salapu, Auckland Arts Festival Whānui Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org for an expression of interest form or download HERE
Expressions of interest close 6 January 2017.
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Produced by the Auckland Arts Festival
Supported through the Auckland Diversity Project Fund as part of the Auckland Arts Festival Whānui programme. Whānui is a community adventure, a collection of participatory arts projects in which an amazing mix of people who call Auckland home create, join in with and experience artworks in many spaces and places that form our neighbourhoods.
THANKS TO Creative New Zealand and Foundation North
Photograph from Moko Maungapohatu. © Jos Wheeler