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Opportunities for creative spaces

This page lists a range of opportunities for creative spaces and their artists. This includes calls for funding applications, job vacancies, conferences, exhibition opportunities, promotional opportunities, competitions and artist residencies. Please email csn@artsaccess.org.nz if you would like your opportunity listed here.

Tonic Conference 2023

Join Exult for its Tonic Conference 2023, to be held from 9 to 10 November at The Millennium Rotorua. The theme for 2023 is Be the Change. Exult’s website says: “Tonic Conference is an annual event offering practical ideas for working stronger, smarter and being better equipped. It is jam-packed with expert speakers and workshops focusing on fundraising, marketing, leadership, governance, volunteering and looking after yourself. You’ll leave conference with new connections, inspired and armed with practical, implementable ideas and tools to Be the Change.” Buy your ticket on its website

Join online conversation about creativity and healing

Join this free webinar entitled “Reconnecting through the arts: an online conversation on the potential of creativity to heal communities post-disaster”. It’s hosted by Dr Moira Pirsch, Maui Arts and Cultural Center and Jean E. Taylor, Lincoln Center on behalf of the USA ITAC Hub with Professor Peter O’Connor, Centre for Arts and Social Transformation, University of Auckland on behalf of the New Zealand ITAC Hub. It's on Thursday 19 October from 1pm – 2.30pm (NZDT). Register now

Free career development programme

Toipoto (Closer Together) is a free creative career development programme for the Auckland creative sector, offered by The Big Idea. It’s been designed for artists starting out or those looking to build momentum in their creative journey. Its aim is to help you grow a sustainable and rewarding career in the sector. You will join The Big Idea community, one that’s experienced and motivated to help you connect to the people and pulse of the sector, to give you the tools and tips you need to thrive.  For more info and to express your interest, visit The Big Idea website 

 

 

 

 

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