The Government needs to put its money where its mouth is, says Diana McPherson, Director of Māpura Studios in Auckland. “If Creative New Zealand doesn’t have the capacity to fund creative spaces, then other government sources need to step up and recognise the benefits of the arts for everyone, in particular for people already... Keep Reading
The White Room is an inclusive, developing creative space in Christchurch that brings disabled artists, non-disabled artists and interested people together to share ideas, learn, and interact through their common passions and interests in visual arts.
A key aim of the inaugural Creative Spaces Week 2020, running from 17 February through to 23 February, was to raise the visibility of the sector as a network of creative spaces across the country. The hashtag #CreativeSpacesWeek was well-used on social media to highlight the week. Keep Reading
Double-decker buses, a black taxi on its way to Heathrow Airport and tall buildings with hundreds of tiny windows overlooking London’s Hyde Park are among the details captured in an artwork created by White Room Creative Space artist Peter Chou. Keep Reading
Community art galleries, cafes and libraries in Christchurch are offering people a “unique and fresh view of the world” through art exhibitions featuring work by artists from The White Room Creative Space. Keep Reading