Community


We have more than twenty artists working on site, and there are also a number of performing arts, visual arts and youth organisations based at Corban Estate. Alongside exhibition and education programmes, these resident artists and organisations make Corban Estate Arts Centre a unique creative hub.

Some other members of the Corban Estate Community

There are a number of groups that are part of the extended family at Corban Estate.

Waitakere Printers Ink

This group meets on the third Saturday of each month to use the large etching press, share ideas and knowledge and to connect with other like-minded creatives with an interest in printmaking. $12 per person, per session.

Contact them if you'd like to visit and to find out where to meet, or visit their website to find out more.



Taniwha Tales

Taniwha Tales are a group of artists from West Auckland’s homeless and marginalised community. Based at Corban Estate for a large part of 2016, the group are now supported by Te Whānau O Waipareira, and regularly mount exhibitions at Corban Estate.


An ever-changing programme of events, classes, workshops and exhibitions.

WHAT'S ON
Studio Tours

If you'd like to meet some of our artists, let us know, we are happy to organise studio tours.
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Studio Space

Our studios are made available to artists for three to four years, and we work hard to build a community with a mix of different practicioners. If you'd like to express an interest in having a studio contact our Facilities Manager: Sophie@ceac.org.nz / (09) 838 4455 x  202

Nate 'The Blacksmith' Savill in his studio.