March 20, 7pm. Education Centre, 22 Dixon St, Masterton. For adults. “Bring Your Own Story” is led by Gaye Sutton, NZPS Masterton Fellow. Gaye is writing a book of stories “Changing The World One Story At A Time” while in residency, supported by Masterton District Council. Venue support: Wairarapa REAP. For information: 377 2956.
    Posted: Monday 14 March 2016
  • Gaye Sutton has been selected as the 2016 Masterton Fellow and will be in residence for three weeks in March, including World Storytelling Day on March 20th, when public activities will be held. Her first novel was released in 2015 and during the Fellowship supported by Masterton District Council, she will work on "Change The World One Story At a Time", a book of her stories.
    Posted: Friday 12 February 2016
  • Benefit Film Premiere - Feb 25 at 8pm - Regent Cinema Masterton
    THE LADY IN THE VAN. Book your tickets ($20/each) early for this wonderful film starring Maggie Smith. Film at 8pm. Refreshments from 7:15. Funds raised will go to support a residency for an Emerging Artist. Advance Bookings please, by emailing your name, tel, number of tickets wanted, to us:
    UPDATE -- $1170 was raised, which will go to support an Emerging Artist Fellowship. We will accept applications from April 15 to May 15.
    Posted: Wednesday 10 February 2016
  • New Zealand Pacific Studio invites applications for this three-week writing fellowship.
    Deadline: 17 February 2016.
    Follow the link below for information.
    Posted: Friday 29 January 2016
  • New Zealand Pacific Studio invites applications for this three-week poetry fellowship.
    Deadline: 17 February 2016
    Follow the link below for more information.
    Posted: Friday 29 January 2016
  • New Zealand Pacific Studio and Friends of ANZAC Bridge invite applications for a 2-week residency during the ANZAC Day period - project proposals must include a community participation component. This opportunity is sponsored by Trust House Community Enterprise, Masterton.
    Applications close midnight 25 January 2016.
    Posted: Tuesday 22 December 2015
  • 2016 Lavinia Winter Fellowship - Applications Closed
    This Fellowship is open for women artists under the age of 40. Deadline 15 December, midnight! APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED. We have received interest from artists in Austria, Canada, France, Italy, NZ, and USA.
    Posted: Sunday 15 November 2015
  • Artists/writers/researchers working in any media are welcomed to apply for this three-week residency/fellowship at NZPS. The Masterton Fellow will be in residence for three weeks at an historic 1911 villa, with accommodation sponsored (valued at $975), an art materials stipend ($300), complimentary transportation from airport or train/bus stations in Masterton/Palmerston North, and assistance from Community Coordinator. Funded through Community Development Fund, Masterton District Council.
    Posted: Sunday 1 November 2015
  • New Zealand Pacific Studio announces that Tokyo resident Yukari Nikawa has been selected as our 2015 Ema Saiko Fellow. Yukari Nikawa writes beautifully crafted tanka and haiku, and we look forward to her residency with us in early 2016. It was a difficult selection process, with many very strong applicants, and we thank everyone for their application.
    Posted: Tuesday 8 September 2015
  • NEW ZEALAND PACIFIC STUDIO & FRIENDS OF ARATOI(Aratoi Museum of Art and History) announce the 2015 Friends of Aratoi Fellow, MARIE E. POTTER. A multi-media artist and Finalist in the 2014 Wallace Art Awards, Potter will be at the New Zealand Pacific Studio, Artists' Residency Centre in October, during the Kokomai Creative Festival - Wairarapa. (Photo of Marie Potter by Denise Batchelor, 2014)
    Posted: Tuesday 7 July 2015
  • New Zealand Pacific Studio invites applications from poets
    for its three-week Ema Saiko Poetry Fellowship.

    31 July 2015
    Posted: Thursday 2 July 2015
  • Call-out for Friends of Aratoi Fellowship -- ENTRIES CLOSED
    We invite applications from creative practitioners who seek to make a connection with the Wairarapa and its history.
    Posted: Friday 22 May 2015
  • An afternoon of Music at NZ Pacific Studio, Sunday 24 May, 2pm
    Join our inaugural Music Fellow, Jona Byron for an informal recital of songs and discussion of his creative process.
    Posted: Tuesday 12 May 2015
  • NZ Pacific Studio Artist's pop-up exhibition in Wellington, Sunday 19 April
    Pop-up exhibition of 100+ images from Susan diRende's residency at NZ Pacific Studio Artists' Residency Centre, Wairarapa, part of an ongoing 2015 project entitled 'A Year in Miniature'.
    19 Tory St, Wellington, 3pm.
    Posted: Friday 17 April 2015
  • Join the Friends of the ANZAC Memorial Bridge and the local community for a memorial service at the beautiful ANZAC Memorial Bridge at 2pm on ANZAC Day, Saturday 25 April. Also join in a cup-of-tea at Pukaha Mount Bruce Wildlife Centre afterwards and see the culmination of 2015 ANZAC Fellow, artist Connah Podmore's project 'Writing to History'.
    Posted: Friday 17 April 2015
  • Workshops with Artist, writing postcards to History
    Join 2015 ANZAC Fellow Connah Podmore to write on beautiful postcards that will form part of an artwork and contribute to the ANZAC Day service at the ANZAC Memorial Bridge. Masterton Library, Friday 10 April, 11am; Eketahuna Library, Friday 17 April, 11am; and NZ Pacific Studio, Saturday, 18 April, 2pm. All Welcome.
    Posted: Friday 10 April 2015
  • Congratulations to Madeleine Slavick who has been selected for a three week Fellowship at NZ Pacific Studio.
    Posted: Sunday 22 March 2015
  • Congratulations to Wellington-based multidisciplinary artist Connah Podmore, who has been awarded a three week Fellowship at NZ Pacific Studio.
    Posted: Sunday 22 March 2015
  • You are invited to NZ Pacific Studio's open afternoon, 2:00 - 5:00pm. There will be a special artist's talk by Lavinia Winter Fellow, Emma Chalmers, and a special reading by R.A.K. Mason Writer's Fellow, Madeleine Slavick, at 2:30pm in the Clockmaker's Loft.
    Posted: Sunday 22 March 2015
  • Emma Chalmers Selected to be the 2015 Lavinia Winter Fellow
    We are very pleased to announce that Emma Chalmers of Dunedin will be our next Lavinia Winter Fellow, in residence most of March 2015.
    Posted: Sunday 7 December 2014
  • R.A.K. Mason Fellow 2014, wins prestigious prize
    Previous R.A.K. Mason Fellow, Tracy Farr, has won the prestigious Sunday Star Times Short Story Award. With Tracy's short story, 'Once had me,' the nearby historic Norwegian church in Mauriceville is now living well beyond the bounds of its geography and history. With thanks to Fellowship sponsors Christine Hunt Daniell and Derek Daniell, and maybe even to the late R.A.K. Mason, the namesake of the Fellowship CLOSING THIS SUNDAY, 30 November, for 2014.
    Posted: Thursday 27 November 2014

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