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Creative Northland has an ongoing commitment to making sure that the arts sector in Northland is dynamic, thriving, influential and productive.

News

Boho Souvenir Show – Call for artists!

Call for artists to exhibit in the summer exhibition at Hangar Gallery. Please send images to frameskamo@xtra.co.nz before 15 Nov …

2017 NZ Mental Health Media Grant

If you’re a journalist or creative artist with an interest in changing people’s attitudes about mental distress, then you’ll be pleased to see applications for the 2017 NZ Mental Health Media Grants are now open!

Metaphors for Modernism

Metaphors for Modernism is an exciting, upbeat and expressive art programme coming to The Quarry Arts Centre

Artisan’s Fair Market

If you’re wanting to attend the Artisan’s Fair Market as a stallholder email Jodie@multiskill.co.nz or phone 09 438 6199 or …

Sculpture Northland

Sculpture Northland is returning to Whangarei Quarry Gardens for the 5th year and Creative Northland are sponsoring the People’s Choice Award!

Our YouTube channel

Check out our YouTube channel for all the latest videos from our key events  

Kōanga | Planting the Seed

Creative Northland and Quest Art Space present – “Kōanga”

2018 Whangarei Endless Summer Festival opportunity

Register now to include your event in the 2018 Endless Summer Festival

Entries open for 2017 Northland Short Film Competition

Entries for the  2017 Northland Short Film Competition close on 30 September and entry is free.

Update from Toi Box Hokianga

Everything is on track as organisers for Toi Box Hokianga get closer to the opening of their first show, ‘Vessel’ on 21st October at 10am in Opononi. 

Far North’s Got Talent Finale

An ivory-tickling duo, Stevie Wonder-inspired songstress, fresh hip hop crew and ethereal dance troupe were among the stars that shone the brightest at the Far North’s Got Talent final on Saturday.

2017-18 Whangarei District Council Performing Arts Fund

The 2017-18 Whangarei District Council Performing Arts Fund is now open for grant applications.