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Two-day Akld Arts Marketing Workshop

Where: Howick Little Theatre, 1 Sir Lloyd Drive, Pakuranga, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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  • General Admission: $60.00
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A marketing workshop with specialists Paris Kirby & Elisabeth Vaneveld MNZM.
With funding from Creative Communities/Auckland Council.

Limited to 24 people aged 18 and over.
Please do not make a payment without first checking that places are available. Download a registration form from the Workshops page on the HLT website, then email it to to book your place.

This course, delivered as two four-hour interactive workshops, focuses on arts marketing in the digital age. Participants will learn how to use storytelling, community engagement and design to connect with diverse audiences, whether they are known lovers of the arts or not. The workshop series will be firmly situated in Auckland’s creative ecology.

Each workshop will actively engage with questions and issues posed by participants. Several case studies will also be presented drawn from contemporary Auckland examples. Participants will also learn how to produce and activate planning and briefing documents for a creative project they are producing or are close to, including online and offline approaches to promotion and marketing.

You’ll Need: pen and paper, tablet, or laptop.

Paris Kirby is a creative entrepreneur from Tāmaki Makaurau with specialist skills in public arts programming, placemaking, project management, arts marketing and community development. She is an artist, consultant and founding director of start-up organisation 'Social Ritual'. Her practice focuses on designing experiences that engage people in meaningful relationships with place. Her process often incorporates principles and frameworks that empower people through collaboration, co-design and participation.

Elisabeth Vaneveld MNZM has led organisations, designed programmes, devised productions, managed tours, organised festivals, pioneered projects, developed partnerships, built networks and activated change. Her major projects in recent years include The Big Idea | Te Aria Nui, ART Venture Programme, Hauraki Gulf Watershed and FutureMakers. She is currently Director: Creative Entrepreneurship @ The University of Auckland, Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries.

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