A place in space for art

The Thomas King Observatory sits on the hills of Wellington at the top of the Botanic Gardens, a place known as Pukehinau, alongside Space Place and MetService New Zealand. This is a place with so much cultural history, the otherwise unused space that is the Thomas King Observatory, is a fitting space for this emerging area of art.

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A shared passion for creativity

Starting in a shed on Vasta’s Reikorangi farm on Wellington’s Kapiti Coast back in 2000, Tuatara Brewery was born. Carl’s purpose was to brew beers that he and his mates enjoyed drinking. 17 years on, with significant growth in the NZ craft industry and two NZ Champion Brewery wins (the only brewery to achieve the accolade twice), the Brewery promise to “create memorable and uniquely Aotearoa beer experiences”.

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Give Where You Live

There are a lot of options when it comes to giving, but sometimes you just don’t know how to give, who to give to, or what your options are.

Nikau Foundation, Wellington’s donor driven community foundation makes giving easy, but with a big impact.

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A partnership 25 years in the making

Young Enterprise is a charity that fosters the entrepreneurial spirit of thousands of kiwi kids each year, building the leaders of the future. Their resources, programmes and experiences reach out to children across primary and secondary schools nationwide, providing inspiration, encouraging innovation and building an anything is possible attitude.

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Profile: PressPatron

PressPatron is a crowdfunding and membership platform for supporting quality journalism. Their platform simplifies the process of making one-time and monthly donations to journalists and publishers, in a few easy clicks.

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ConnectorsBrian Steele

Coastella Music Festival is a creative showcase for established and emerging, local and international musical artists as well as acting as a community springboard to launch local talent and celebrate the vibrancy of the Kāpiti Coast’s local craft industries.

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CommunityNick Phillips