Baskets of Knowledge Symposium
Sat 17 February 10am - 4pm
In this symposium, we look at the works of two contemporary Māori artists as a starting point for further discussion.
There are a variety of ways to get involved and support the things we do at Corban Estate. We are always looking for volunteers and love working with interns, or as a Charitable Trust, are happy to accept donations.
Work alongside staff helping at events and exhibition openings, assisting with exhibition installation and setting up art classes and workshops. Contact our volunteers coordinator, Eilis Galuszewski to find our more: firstname.lastname@example.org / (09) 838 4455 x 211
The Corban Estate Arts Centre is grateful for the funding support from the following organisations:
Auckland Council and the Henderson Massey Local Board as its primary funder, under an annual agreement.
The Trusts Community Foundation for a great variety of projects and events, such as the annual Kids Arts Festival, website development and equipment.
Creative Communities for Open Arts Day and Word Up events.
Foundation North for a whole suite of youth projects, events and education programmes, including the VIBE Festival and Westside Tales Youth Theatre.
The Henderson Massey Local Board for projects such as the Henderson Town Centre, Love Hendo and the Kākano Youth Arts Collective.
The Waitakere Ranges and Whau Local Boards for supporting the TEMP Project.
Auckland Council’s Regional Events Fund and Sustainability Fund for the TEMP Project.
Lotteries Grants for contributing to our Alt Arts programme, for youth outside mainstream education.
The Potter Trust for its support to the Kākano Youth Arts Collective.
Creative NZ for specific visual art projects.
First Sovereign for website development
The John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate for its support making arts programmes available to children from low decile schools.