Do you have an arts project you want to do in Te Awakariangi Lower Hutt? Hutt City Council’s Creative Communities fund is open for applications!
Don’t let Covid-19 put you off! So long as you have your social distancing, Covid-19 tracing and hygiene systems sorted, you can still plan a great event or workshop! If we go into Level 3 or 4, your funding can be held over until conditions are right for your project.
The funding is open to individuals and groups whose art project takes place in Lower Hutt. You do Not need to be a registered charitable trust to apply.
Deadline Extended To: 8 NOVEMBER
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We have not had many submissions lately so please send us a picture of your favourite furry friend. This week we feature Meowmeow of Wainuiomata who belongs to Teresa Reynolds.
An exhibition featuring two amazing bird artists, Rachel Walker and Rika Nagahata opens this weekend at Petone's foreshore art and gift gallery. Due to Covid 19 social distancing, the opening is spread over the whole weekend instead of having an evening opening event. If you'd like to meet the artists, Rachel will be at the gallery between 1 and 4pm today, Saturday and Rika will be here to meet you Sunday afternoon. The images attached are by Rachel, first five, and Rika, next five. There will also be live music to enjoy this afternoon by jazz pianist Don Franks and guests. We also have a fantastic new range of NZ made gifts to check out.
From Friday 3 December, Lower Hutt is at Orange under the COVID-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Light System).
This means people will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass at most of our community facilities, including:
🟠 Pools and Fitness facilities,
🟠 Neighbourhood Hubs,
🟠 The Dowse & Petone Settlers Museum
🟠 Community Pop-up spaces, and
🟠 Lower Hutt Events Centre
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