Wellington City Council - City Arts
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Wellington City Council aims to make it easy for all Wellingtonians to access and participate in the arts. It does this by supporting the arts through funding, arts programmes and advice and by providing venues and facilities such as Toi Pōneke, Wellington Arts Centre.
Toi Pōneke Arts Centre and New Zealand School of Music - Te Kōki are excited to announce Cory Champion as the recipient of the Toi Pōneke NZSM Sound Art Residency Oct 2018 - Feb 2019.
Wellington City Council’s Arts and Culture Strategy was signed off by Councillors at the Strategy and Policy Committee meeting. It will go to Council on 16 December for final approval.
Wellington City Council has agreed to an immediate injection of $90,000 to secure the future of the Downstage theatre.
Entry is free this Thursday, 20 October, to Te Papa and City Gallery Wellington’s collaborative exhibition Oceania.
Wellington’s Mayor and City Councillors this week unanimously supported a digital strategy that aims to attract investment and generate jobs.
Starting Monday 19 September, anyone interested in the Wellington arts scene, creative industries, or in arts development can have their say on the draft Arts and Culture Strategy.
Artsplash, Wellington’s arts festival for young people, starts this week.
Local favourites the Phoenix Foundation and the Wellington Ukulele Orchestra are among the free performances at the Festival of Carnivale in Wellington during Rugby World Cup 2011.
The Creative Capital Arts Trust has been established to run Wellington’s Fringe Festival and Cuba Street Carnival.