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Creative Northland – Connecting Northland’s Art Sector

COVID-19 Updates & Resources

Impact on Creative Northland

The Creative Northland staff & board are working hard to keep up with the latest COVID-19 updates and how this impacts the Creative Industry in Northland and across New Zealand.

We are currently in Alert Level 4 as of 12:00am, the 26th of March 2020.

There are now over 500 cases of COVID-19 which is constantly increasing – we have transmission within our communities.
The reality we must take action, and break the chain of community transmission and protect ourselves. We can stop this spread by staying at home – now is the time to ACT. 
As a non essential business we must close our doors and the team will work remotely from home during the self-isolation period.
These measures will be in placed for approximately 4 weeks

What will Creative Northland do over the next few weeks?

  • Reach out to our creative community by phone or email to find out how you are and what are you are doing during the pandemic & self-isolation period.
  • Send out a regional survey to assess the impact COVID-19 on our Arts Organisations & Arts Practitioners.
  • Refocus our weekly E-newletter providing relevant updates around COVID-19 and what Creative Northland is doing.
  • Create and share digital resources & activities
  • Strive to stay connected with our networks & be an open communication channel for the Creative Community.

Resources

There are lots of resources becoming available, we have compiled links to the most relevant resources at present to our community.

Creative Northland’s new Facebook group to stay connected with our creative community

Welcome to Creative Northland!

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