Tauranga will soon be under-going a time of great change and metamorphosis, which will impact the whole Bay of Plenty region.
How can you be involved in contributing to this new wave of creative energy and ideas, in your own way, without politics, just creativity?
Peter Kageyama, the internationally recognised community and economic development expert, is returning to Tauranga, and, in partnership with Creative Tauranga, is running a creative initiative workshop, open to all members of the public. His last similar workshop here was in 2011, and resulted in the creation of the Public Pianos project, which the Incubator took on as a project to bring the idea into reality. Many of the original pianos are still in constant use everyday, across the Bay of Plenty. That idea won the $500 prize on the day, what idea will win the $500 prize this time? How will our streets become brighter and more beautiful? Join in the creative discussion on how to revitalise your city!
Wednesday, 20th July, 3pm, at Baycourt. Free to all, but places are limited so RSVP to email@example.com as soon as possible.