Ngā Toi Hawke’s Bay is announcing two upcoming workshops for people in the creative arts industry in Hawke’s Bay. Through these workshops, Ngā Toi aims to encourage growth within our region’s cultural sector by supporting local creatives and organisers to expand their creative enterprises. 

Ngā Toi Hawke’s Bay acknowledges Creative Waikato as the developers of these workshops, now being offered at Hastings City Art Gallery:

PROMOTING YOUR CREATIVE WORK

Saturday 3 July, 9.30am – 3.30pm, $30

Great promotion starts with a plan. This hands-on workshop will show you how to effectively promote your creative work. 

You’ll learn how to:

• Create a promotional plan

• Set goals for your promotion

• Identify your target market (the people you want to reach)

• Work out your key messages (how you will communicate)

• Understand media including posters, fliers, newspapers, websites, radio, databases and social media

Tickets available at Eventbriteticket price for each workshop includes a workbook and lunch.

RAISING FUNDS FOR THE CREATIVE ARTS

Saturday 10 July, 9.30am – 3.30pm, $30

Gain the skills to get your project funded by writing awesome funding applications, attracting sponsorship and in-kind support, and using online crowd funding. You’ll create some practical resources that you can then use in your fundraising.

This hands-on, interactive workshop will cover:

  • Getting clear on your project
  • Assembling the dream team, working with volunteers and stakeholders.
  • Identifying resources
  • Writing a budget
  • Exploring your options for funding
  • How to get sponsorship
  • How to run a crowdfunding campaign

Bring along your project idea or an upcoming project you will be seeking funding for to use as the basis of your application.

Tickets available at Eventbrite, ticket price for each workshop includes a workbook and lunch.

Please share with your networks and anyone you think may benefit from these workshops!

Thanks to our supporters Creative Communities Scheme (Hastings)

Workshops developed by Creative Waikato with support from Creative New Zealand

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