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NZCT has awarded the Kāpiti Coast District Council a grant of $6,828 towards the cost of designing and printing the 2023 Kāpiti Coast Art Trail Guide.
Kāpiti Coast District Council Event Manager Sonja Williams says -
“The Kāpiti Coast Art Trail is delighted to receive this financial support from the New Zealand Community Trust towards printing its 2023 Art Trail Guide. It will mean the Guide can be printed and distributed more widely, attracting more visitors to the Art Trail which is held annually on the first two weekends in November.
“This event profiles Kapiti’s diverse creative community, established and emerging artists, supporting them to thrive. This is a great example of money from our community being put back into a community event and supporting local artists. The Art Trail provides a platform for our creative communities to exhibit their art and extend their audiences. We’re very proud of the diversity of ages, cultures, and artistic media represented on the Art Trail. The Guide is really important in helping promote both the event and the individual artists. It is beautifully designed and printed locally, so you get a great representation of the talent that’s on display.
“We offer a great online option for people to see who’s exhibiting and planning their trail, but the printed Guide continues to be the preferred planning and promotional tool by a long shot. It’s the main choice for visitors planning their self-guided tour of the home studios, shared spaces, and galleries.”
The Guide will be available from early September. Pick up your copy from participating artists, Council service centres and Libraries, and the many local cafes and businesses supporting the event by providing loyalty rewards to Art Trailers.
Read more or plan your Art Trail online at www.kapiticoastarttrail.co.nz
These Artists are from Studio Reset (1 and 3) and Hamish Macaulay Studio (2)
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