Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Arts

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The Māngere Ōtāhuhu Arts Noticeboard and monthly E-Newsletter is a place for creative artists, groups and organisations in the local area to share, seek, promote, and post a "call-out" to the local community.

The E-Newsletter goes out in the first week of every month and focuses on news and events happening within that month. E-Newsletter submissions are required by the last day of each month to be included in the following months newsletter. Noticeboard submissions can be received at anytime and will be published online within 1-2 days. 

You can submit your notice for either the Noticeboard, or the monthly E-Newsletter or both. We'll also endeavour to share your notice on the Māngere Ōtāhuhu Arts Facebook page if you like. Simply fill in the notice submission form here. Or email renee@mangereotahuhuarts.org.nz with your notice: title, jpeg image and text.  

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Check out our current notices below.


Opportunity for Pasifika artists - Samoa Artist in Residence 2019

Opportunity for Pasifika artists to be Creative New Zealand Samoa Artist in Residence 2019

Creative New Zealand is calling for artists of Pasifika heritage to apply for the opportunity to be the 2019 Samoa Artist in Residence.

A partnership with the National University of Samoa, with support from the New Zealand High Commission in Apia, the annual residency is funded by Creative New Zealand and provides NZD $15,000 for the artist towards an artist stipend, accommodation and travel costs.

The three-month residency in Apia, from August to October 2019, supports a mid-career or established New Zealand artist to work on an arts project and to develop their skills and practice.

Last year’s Samoa Artist in Residence Ioane Ioane used his residency to research how to construct and then begin building a ten-metre va'aaolo (Pacific vaka).

“The residency was a chance to reconnect with my roots through living and working in my ancestral island. My goal is to promote the ancient craft of va'aaolo,” he said after being awarded the residency last year. 

Applicants must be a New Zealand artist of Pacific Island heritage, a resident in Aotearoa and have a strong track record in their art form. The full list of requirements is available on the Creative New Zealand website

Previous recipients have included Ioane Ioane, Lemi Ponifasio, Tiffany Singh, Yuki Kihara, Fiona Collins, Nathaniel Lees and Evotia Tamua.

Applications close 29 March 2019. Apply now.

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