KO MĀTOU E TUKU ANA I NGĀ MAHI TOI I TE TUATAHI

We put the Arts first

KO MĀTOU E TUKU ANA I NGĀ MAHI TOI I TE TUATAHI

We put the Arts first

KO MĀTOU E TUKU ANA I NGĀ MAHI TOI I TE TUATAHI

We put the Arts first

KO MĀTOU E TUKU ANA I NGĀ MAHI TOI I TE TUATAHI

We put the Arts first

KO MĀTOU E TUKU ANA I NGĀ MAHI TOI I TE TUATAHI

We put the Arts first

KO MĀTOU E TUKU ANA I NGĀ MAHI TOI I TE TUATAHI

We put the Arts first

NAU MAI, HAERE MAI!

 

Creative Coromandel is the central arts network for the Coromandel Peninsula and the Hauraki rohe.

Whether you’re a performing or visual artist, an arts lover, local or visitor, we’ve got you covered with the latest arts news, events, opportunities and resources.

E mihi ana ki ngā tohu o nehe, o Hauraki
E mihi ana ki ngā tāngata whenua o te rohe nei

We recognise the ancestral and spiritual landmarks of Hauraki.

We acknowledge the indigenous people of this area.

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We reckon the Coromandel is a pretty special arts destination, buzzing with events.

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With an abundance of talented creatives on the Coromandel Peninsula, we make it our mission to connect artists and audiences.

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LATEST ARTS NEWS

CoroCine Film Festival

CoroCine Film Festival

Welcome to a new and exciting three-day cinematic event at the Mercury Twin Cinemas in Whitianga. The event will include internationally acclaimed works by the best and brightest of our Coromandel filmmakers, as well as films about the Coromandel, making it a must-attend for all film lovers and artists.

A Conversation With Raewyn Helms-Davis

A Conversation With Raewyn Helms-Davis

Raewyn Helms-Davis’s Art Loft is wedged into the corner garden of her home in central Whitianga. An address she has had since 2014, when she moved from Auckland to focus on her work as a full-time artist.

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Our work wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of funding bodies,
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