Creative project call out

Franklin Art Brokers are on the hunt for local creatives, artists, musicians and performers.

If you have a creative project that you’d like to make happen in the Franklin area between now and July 2018, funding is still available. If you have a creative project that you’d like to make happen in the Franklin area between now and July 2018, funding is still available.The board are looking for people and organisations to submit their ideas for creative projects that happen in the area and with local communities.

These projects could involve craft, visual arts, music, film, dance, kapa haka, spoken word, or digital arts – anything that has a creative angle to it – and could happen everywhere from the street to theatres, shopping centres or marae.  This could be your opportunity to showcase your talent!

  • The main criteria for this programme are:
    a way to meaningful involve community
  • projects are led by local people
  • each project has a strong creative idea behind it

If your project is selected, the Franklin Arts Brokers can support you to fulfil your vision, assist with funding, and also help to find the right location or people for you to work with.If you are interested in getting involved,  please send an email to: tanya@flock.nz

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