Te Wāhi Toi Help Sessions

Te Wāhi Toi Help Sessions

Need a hand creating your Te Wāhi Toi listing, or have burning questions about the process? Come along to one of our online webinars or pop into one of our drop-in sessions, where we’ll answer all your how-to’s and help you get your listing live.  Our online webinars...
Arts in Schools Pilot Summary

Arts in Schools Pilot Summary

“The true purpose of arts education is not necessarily to create more professional dancers and artists. It’s to create more complete human beings who are critical thinkers, who have curious minds, who can lead productive lives.” – Kelly Pollock...
The impact of the arts in Aotearoa

The impact of the arts in Aotearoa

The evidence is in! The Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi, in collaboration with Chartwell Trust have unpacked the research behind the undeniable impact of the arts in Aotearoa New Zealand. Backed by over 3000 scientific studies from around the world, here’s the facts on...
Trust unveils Arts in Schools programme

Trust unveils Arts in Schools programme

More than 300 children in Queenstown and Wānaka will have the chance to work with leading professional local artists in a new programme launched this week. The Three Lakes Cultural Trust has spearheaded the Arts in Schools pilot, designed to provide essential arts...
LET’S TALK ABOUT FUNDING

LET’S TALK ABOUT FUNDING

Do you have an idea that would benefit from funding? Does your idea support our community?  Here at the trust, we are often asked about funding: 1. Does the Three Lakes Cultural Trust do external funding?  2. If not, where can I go for funding?  To answer the first...
A successful Wakatipu Community Connect

A successful Wakatipu Community Connect

On the 9th of July, it was a pleasure to host the Wakatipu creative community for pastries and a cuppa at the Queenstown Events Centre. With over 75 RSVP’s from our creative community, our Community Connect events provide us with the opportunity to share and...

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