Artists in our Community
With few opportunities for local artists to exhibit their work in the Hutt, Creative Voice organises collaborative exhibitions as an important ongoing part of our work.
We also promote local creative events and artists through our e-newsletter, Facebook and website. If you want to keep up to date sign up to our e-newsletter at the end of the page.
The following is a growing list of artists in our community who we have networked or collaborated with. Do you have a creative idea you would like to explore? Feel free to contact us>>
Claire Rye - Paint My Panda
Claire is a freelance artist with Paint My Panda - a community arts organisation that specialises in youth engagement projects with a focus on positive and fun graffiti art and progression to mural painting, sign writing and public art.
Check out: her vibrant red mural in Queen's Arcade, Lower Hutt.
FB: Claire Rye Art
Jojo specialises in multi-sensory installations. In 2016 she was invited to attend 'Sacred: Homelands - a festival of international performance' in London. Her show: [PARABOX] refers to the Philippines tradition of Balikbayan Boxes (balik means return and bayan means home) as Jojo tells the story of her perilous and uncertain life growing up in the Philippines.
Mica’s work, with its radiant colour and optical punch, howling tigers, wolves and naughty bits – is alive with daring, yet refreshingly sensitive.
Lulu's Face and Body Art
Margo is a Body Artist, Face Painter, Make-Up Artist, Children's Entertainer, Temporary Henna Tattooist, and Children's Entertainer. She works markets, shows, parties, fashion shows (World of Wearable Art), and photo shoots.
FB: lulusbodyart and lulusfaceandbodyart