Eastern Courier : January 16th 2013
www.easterncourier.co.nz 8 EASTERN COURIER, JANUARY 16, 2013 NEWS Inspire tomorrow's minds today Gain a quality qualification from The University of Auckland right here in Manukau. Ann-Helen Rasmussen is studying for a Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Primary Specialisation at MIT. Apply now for 2013 Contact: Bev Hosking 0800 22 62 62 ext 7361 firstname.lastname@example.org www.education.auckland.ac.nz/manukau 2225 sudoku THE NUMBER PLACING GAME Fill the grid so that every column, every row and every 3x3 box contains the digits1-9 SOLUTION TO 040 Artists can try for funds Community artists can now apply for a share of $500,000 to help fund projects. Applications for the Auckland Council s Cre- ative Community Scheme close on Febru- ary 22. Spokeswoman Lydia Blatch says the annual scheme asks people to present opportunities for accessing and participat- ing in arts activities. More than 400 com- munity arts projects across Auckland are funded each year. Projects must touch on diversity, young people and community partici- pation to be successful. These criteria support the integration of arts and culture into the lives of Aucklanders. Murray Hickman, artistic director from Strike, was a successful applicant in the last funding round for the group s Batterie100 pro- gramme. Batterie100 sees per- cussion professionals take workshops with students in local schools, with 100 students invited for ongoing train- ing and performances. Mr Hickman says the funding was crucial for getting the programme off the ground and into schools. The Auckland Cre- ative Communities Scheme is managed by Auckland Council. Two $500,000 funding rounds are held each year, closing in February and August Visit tinyurl.com/ b2x9kul for information.
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