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The Art Kitchen 4: Community Arts - Bronwyn Bent

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The Art Kitchen is a series of FREE workshops for artists.

Offering professional knowledge and skills to support artists in their careers.
Ideal for emerging and mid-career creatives of all backgrounds and disciplines.
The Art Kitchen gratefully acknowledges the support of the Whau Local Board.

Workshop 4:
Community Arts - Bronwyn Bent
Wed 25 May, 6.30-8.30pm Zoom

Find out about creating art projects in your community. This workshop will include ways of working within diverse communities, accessing funding and examples of community arts projects. This workshop is relevant for a wide range of creative activities, for example visual arts, performance, installation, public activations and festivals, all with a focus on community and relationships.

Bronwyn Bent is an arts producer and programmer, theatre maker, and community arts practitioner with experience working with creative collaborators from a wide range of backgrounds and life experiences. She has worked internationally in professional theatre and arts festivals, and locally with organisations such as Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival, Arts Access Aotearoa, Auckland Live. She has worked as the arts broker for Albert-Eden, Māngere-Ōtāhuhu and Franklin Local Boards, and is also the artistic director of the award-winning Hobson Street Theatre Company, NZ's only theatre company who are or have experienced homelessness.

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