AMplifying the Arts in Southland through Capability Building
Arts Murihiku has received $150,000 from Manatū Toanga Ministry for Culture and Heritage towards capability building.
AM believes that the capability building space is the space where we can have the biggest impact and provide the most support for the sector into the future.
We are excited to announce the programme of capability building events for 2022 that we have been developing in collaboration with others in the arts sector over the last few months.
We will AMplify the Arts in Southland in 2022 through a range of activities.
Arts Murihiku will be using the AMplify South brand to market and promote these activities. We believe that Amplifying the arts across the region is what we all want to achieve. The arts in Southland need to be loud, they need to be seen and they need to be unmissable.
The Amplify brand is how we will achieve this.
If you are interested in being involved in any of these workshops or activities click on the links.
- Making Art with Communities – Workshop Series
- Monthly Creative Hive
- Growing the Arts – Workshop Series
- Verbatim Theatre Development with Talking House of Dunedin
- Cabaret Development with Hamish McGregor, Rutene Spooner and Mark Bradley
- Short Story Writing workshop series with the Dan Davin Literary Foundation and Paula Morris
- Ahi Rakau Ahi Poi
- Musicians Retreat
- Women in Music Event
- Visual Arts Workshop Series
Further information will be added as details are confirmed.