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Arts Access Awards 2015

Arts Access Awards 2015

2 July 2015
We celebrated the outstanding achievements of artists, mentors and organisations that have helped increase access to the arts over the last year. Hon Maggie Barry hosted the Arts Access Awards in the Banquet Hall in the Executive Wing at Parliament. And - we celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Arts Access Aotearoa! Thanks to everyone who has worked hard or supported us this far. Read about the night here

Arts Access Aotearoa's milestone anniversary

4 June 2015
We will be acknowledging this milestone the same day as the Arts Access Awards Wednesday 1 July with a celebratory lunch at 12:30pm, CQ Hotel 223 Cuba St Wellington. The lunch will be hosted by Dame Rosie Horton and will include two courses with beverages and birthday cake! Read more

Curt Tofteland visited New Zealand

1 June 2015
Curt L. Tofteland is the founder of Shakespeare Behind Bars, an internationally acclaimed personal transformation program which combines art, theatre, Watch Curt Tofteland on TV3and the works of William Shakespeare to create Restorative Circles of Reconciliation in prisons.

During his two weeks in New Zealand, Curt discussed the difference creativity can make in people’s lives.   He spoke at public lectures and symposiums held in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington in May 2015. See photos of his visit here

Fifth anniversary performance for WIDance

19 June 2015
To celebrate their anniversary, the group will be performing a one hour studio show called Outspoken at Te Whaea, National dance and drama school in Newtown, on Saturday 18th July. Read more

Building the IT capacity of your not-for-profit

16 April 2015
TechSoup New Zealand
 has been providing donated software and hardware from companies such as Microsoft to eligible charitable organisations in New Zealand since 2008. Read more

Making the most of Facebook

2 April 2015
Imagine an audience of 2.4 million people. That’s how many New Zealanders were on Facebook in 2014. How do you grab their attention? Or better yet, how do you get started on Facebook? Read more

Recharge yourself Tonic Conference
Kerri Tilby-Price, CEO, Exult

20 May 2015
The Tonic Conference is known as one of New Zealand’s most vibrant, best value events for the community sector. It addresses all the aspects of running a non-profit organisation including leadership, fundraising, marketing, volunteer issues and everything in-between. This year's conference will be held on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 November in Lower Hutt. For more details read more here



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