The very definition of connecting is to link things together. When reminiscing back to 2019 and the creation of the district’s first cultural masterplan, the success of this document was only possible due to connection and consultation with the community.
As quoted by our Board Chair at the time Bill Moran, “our role is to ensure that the voice of the community informs the decisions of key stakeholders, now and in the future.”
Our team loves nothing more than when someone knocks on our door or sends us an email wanting to connect and share. The opportunity to kōrero with our creative community gives us a greater understanding of your needs, challenges and successes which we can then carry into our future planning.
As an example, following our successful Arts in Schools pilot programme, we are about to run a facilitated planning session for representatives from our district’s primary schools. This will ensure that as we evolve into phase two of the initiative, we are working alongside our local educators to build a programme that will stand the test of time.
Go on… contact us now to set up a meeting.
Pictured above (left to right): Samantha Kirk, TLCT Operations Manager, Rama Geeves, TLCT Communications Manager, Carrie Wallis, Te Wāhi Toi Curator.