Wakatipu Arts Hub Approved

Wakatipu Arts Hub Approved

On 28 February 2020, we stood in front of a crowd of 300 local arts and cultural enthusiasts within our community and released the district’s first-ever Cultural Masterplan. Members of our board shared the vision and purpose of the newly formed Three Lakes...
A message from the Trust Chair

A message from the Trust Chair

A message from our Trust Chair, Carroll Joynes: “The Three Lakes Cultural Trust regrets to inform its supporters of Sir Eion Edgar’s death. In addition to the many initiatives, large and small, that Sir Eion and his wife Lady Jan Edgar supported in Queenstown, Dunedin...
Arts and Cultural Portal Name Reveal!

Arts and Cultural Portal Name Reveal!

Update, September 2021:  While this website’s name has been changed to Te Wāhi Toi (translation: The Arts Place), it’s ambition of being the online leader for everything arts and culture in our district remains the same!   Te Wāhi Toi will launch in Spring 2021 and...
Our team has expanded

Our team has expanded

We have had a fantastic start to the year with two new team members joining the Trust. It is our pleasure to introduce Carrie (bottom left) and Samantha (bottom right). Carrie Wallis of Wanaka has been bought onboard as the curator for Te Kete Toi, she is currently...
Cultural Masterplan for Queenstown Lakes unveiled

Cultural Masterplan for Queenstown Lakes unveiled

Cultural Masterplan for Queenstown Lakes unveiled A masterplan intended to invigorate the Queenstown Lakes’ arts scene was unveiled at the official launch of the Three Lakes Cultural Trust tonight. Established in 2019 to help support and encourage the growth of arts...

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