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Insights from creative space staff

Learning from our peers and sharing our knowledge and insights is an important way for us to develop professionally. This page includes a case study with  King St Artworks’ Studio Manager Linda Tilyard; short Q&A interviews with creative space managers, coordinators, art tutors and facilitators; and links to the peer-to-peer learning videos from Conference 2022.

King Street Artworks' case study

King St Artworks’ Studio Manager Linda Tilyard offers insights insights into the role of art tutors at King Street Artworks in Masterton, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2022.

Read Q & A: King Street Artworks and its art tutors

Insights from managers, art tutors and facilitators

These short Q&A interviews (three questions and responses) provide diverse, valuable insights from creative spaces' art tutors and facilitators.

Please contact Kate Hiatt (E: T: 04 802 4349) if you would like to participate in these interviews.

Conference 2022 and peer-to-peer learning

At the conference, there were seven presentations by creative space artists,facilitators and staff. You can watch the videos by the following people: 

  • Moewai Marsh, Artsenta, Dunedin: Filling Your Well
  • Andrew Mitchell, Vincents Art Workshop, Wellington: The Story of Vincents Online
  • Nicola Pauling, Voice Arts, Wellington: Playfully Creating
  • Charlotte Nightingale and Michael Eaglesome, Glass Ceiling Arts Collective, Warkworth: The Badger Story 
  • Thomas Hinz and Kahurangi Marino Aroha Bronsson-George, Circability, Auckland: Kanohi Kitea Māoritanga and Circus Arts
  • Moana Harrison, Artists in the Making Whitianga: Tukutuku
  • Bronwyn Bent, Hobson Street Theatre Company/Flock House, Auckland: We All Have Skills







Ministry for Culture and Heritage link

Arts Access Aotearoa link

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