Mairangi Arts Centre Studio Cleanup

Riaan le Roux12 May, 2019

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Roeleen Steenkamp from our Mangere Bridge Head Office recently helped with a cleanup of the Mairangi Arts Centre's studio. In all, about 10 people assisted with the cleanup which included scrubbing paint off chairs, tables and basins. 

"Mairangi Arts Centre (MAC) was initiated after a group of East Coast Bays residents saw the need for an arts centre in their area, and after more than ten years of fundraising the centre was opened in May 1991. The centre is housed in the old Mairangi War Memorial Hall (build 1953) which, amongst other things, was used for many years as the headquarters for a local soccer club. Following an extensive refurbishment it was transformed into a light and spacious environment which has been maintained ever since.

Today MAC is one of Auckland’s largest community art centres employing over 25 tutors and servicing a diverse and growing membership from across the North Shore community." - https://mairangiarts.co.nz/history-and-values

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Riaan le Roux

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Dave Austin1 day ago

As a developer who loves finding creative and efficient solutions to problems this is awesome

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Danielle1 day ago

Love it Jerome! We're all about keeping it up.

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Maria Muszynska2 days ago

Since our attention spans seem to be shrinking by the day — keeping it simple is more important than ever.

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