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Clubs and groups catering for arts, crafts and music

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Motueka Arts Council
Works to advance the knowledge in and appreciation of the Arts (including crafts and hobbies) through community based educational activities such as workshops and symposia in a wide variety of subjects, and to foster interest and participation in the Arts by sponsoring performances/exhibitions, most especially by local people.
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Motueka Music Group
The Motueka Music Group arranges and organises musical events in Motueka, primarily at the Chanel Arts Centre, a small, intimate venue ideal for Chamber Music.
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Motueka Art Group
Our weekly painting mornings aim to share and develop skills and experiences with all mediums. There is a tutor or workshop each month and plenty of fun and learning to be had.
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Motueka Camera Club
The primary aims of the Motueka Camera Club is to stimulate interest in the Art and Practice of photography, to offer members knowledge and practice in the capture and preparation of images for Local and National Competitions, and to provide opportunities in developing Photo Editing and image evaluation skills.
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Imagine Theatre
Imagine Theatre is a small community theatre, founded in 2006, that enables people of all ages to become involved in the dramatic arts. We have a small but enthusiastic group of volunteers and members numbering about 60.
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Crafty Tarts
A group of women in the Motueka area who are interested in learning and sharing craft ideas, skills and techniques that once were commonplace in Kiwi homes. Our numbers include people with special skills as well as beginners who would love to learn from them.
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Motueka Country Music Club
With more than 90 friendly members, country music is certainly alive and well in Motueka. Our membership is made up of young and old alike, with all music tastes catered for. On many a club day you can find yourself enjoying everything from faithful old singalongs, to upbeat numbers fresh out of Nashville.
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Motueka Pottery Workshop
The workshop members rent a building in the Riwaka Domain from TDC and have all the equipment there necessary for producing pottery. Members of the workshop run classes for beginners during the year and on Wednesday evenings have a club night when committee members are available to give advice to newer potters.
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Potters Patch
Potters Patch has been running for over 25 years and was started as an outlet for local potters to sell their work. The shop now runs as a co-operative of 10 members who are potters, sewers, knitters, felters and artists. Other local crafts people sell in the shop on a commission basis so there is always an interesting array of handmade goods.
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Motueka Scottish Country Dance Club
Have fun and get fit at any age. We meet every Wednesday night at 7.30pm at the Scout Den at Lower Moutere Hall, and programmes are made up of all the favourite jigs, reels and Strathspey dances. We go to many dances, ceilidhs and birthday celebrations. There are also summer schools, weekend schools and even overseas tours.
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