Creative Waikato has been funded by Creative New Zealand to develop a suite of workshops (ARTillery) delivered to artists and arts groups across the Waikato region, including Taupō.
ARTillery workshops are designed to give you the skills you need to succeed as an artist or group.
These are FREE, interactive, practical workshops that have been designed so that participants work on their own project during the workshop and can immediately apply in the real world.
The 8 ARTillery workshops:
- Promoting Your Creative Work
Learn how to promote effectively and write your own promotional plan in this hands-on workshop.
- Project Planning for Arts Activities
All successful projects have a good plan. Learn about project planning, and start putting together a plan for your project.
- Creating your Vision, Purpose and Strategic Plan
Create a strategic roadmap to get you to where you want to go. Create a meaningful values, purpose and vision statement for your self or your arts group. Identify new opportunities and build an action plan.
- Great Governance for your Arts Group
A workshop for those working with boards of trustees and incorporated societies. Learn all about good governance so that your governance can be as effective as possible.
- Raising Funds for the Creative Arts
Gain the skills to get your project funded by writing awesome funding applications, attracting sponsorship and in-kind support, and using online crowd funding. You'll create some practical resources that you can then use in your fundraising.
- Developing Audiences
Learn how to encourage and assist people in your community to become engaged in the arts and more deeply involved in the arts. We want to help you create a love affair between the arts in your town and audiences.
- Touring for Creatives
Learn how to take your creative work on the road to new places in this interactive workshop.
- Bringing Touring Work to Your Town
In this practical workshop you'll learn how to successfully attract and host touring work.
The workshops will be delivered in Taupō, Raglan, Thames, Te Awamutu, Huntly, Te Aroha, Putaruru and Te Kūiti / Ōtorohanga.
To avoid disappointment, register NOW for the FREE workshops you are interested in attending. Registrations are essential as numbers are limited.
For more information or to register phone 0508 427 892 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported by Creative New Zealand