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Auckland community arts

Gary Silipa joins Arts Access Aotearoa to lead a project called Empowering the Auckland Creative Spaces Sector. His role is to map, engage and connect creative spaces in Auckland, strengthening and empowering them as a sector across the district. Gary will also engage with community arts projects, festivals, events and venues that deliver community arts across Auckland, building links between the variety of organisations and people (along with creative spaces) that provide access to the arts.  This page will provide updates, information and links about his work in Auckland. Gary works Tuesday to Thursday and welcomes your feedback and enquiries (T:+64 21 799 352 E: gary.silipa@artsaccess.org.nz).

More about Gary Silipa

Gary Silipa, left, with local artists he taught how to paint their design as an outdoor mural in Panmure, Auckand.Gary has been part of the Auckland arts landscape for more than 20 years as a practising artist, visual arts teacher and initiator of creative projects. He is a strong advocate for the positive impact art has within communities through access and participation. His projects include Bradley Lane Project, Bradley Lane Illuminated and the Shop Front Series. He has worked closely with Auckland Council in community arts, and with Artweek Auckland and the Auckland Arts Festival.

 
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