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Q & A: creative space insights

The Q & A insights on this page cover a range of topics aimed at building the capability of creative spaces. If there's a topic you would like to see covered on this page, contact Claire Noble, Community Development Co-ordinator, Arts Access Aotearoa (T: 04 802 4349 E: claire.noble@artsaccess.org.nz).

Vincents Art Workshop: putting inclusion into practice

Glen McDonald, Coordinator of Vincents Art Workshop in Wellington, talks to Arts Access Aotearoa about the philosophy of inclusion, why it’s important, and how to establish and maintain an inclusive creative space.

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Exult, helping you reach your potential

Kerri Tilby-Price is the Chief Executive of Exult, a training provider for the community sector. She talks to Arts Access Aotearoa about what drives the organisation and why creative spaces would benefit from connecting with Exult.

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Artists Alliance and the market

Maggie Gresson is Executive Director of Artists Alliance and a board member of Toi Ora Live Art Trust. She talks to Arts Access Aotearoa about creative space artists; how to market and price their work; and what resources Artists Alliance can provide.

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King Street Artworks and its art tutors

Linda Tilyard, Studio Manager at King Street Artworks, talks to Arts Access Aotearoa about its art tutors, and how they find, train, support and manage them. She also talks about some of the key skills and qualities she looks for in an art tutor.

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