Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson

As a graduate of the UC School of Fine Arts (BFA Sculpture) I have held jobs in the arts: as teacher, curator and arts administrator. Currently I’m the arts coordinator at Papanui High School in Christchurch. In 2012 I completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Art Curation at the UC. Most recently I’ve been involved in the publication of the book Vanishing Point 2014 as both a curator and writer. As a painter, I have exhibited throughout New Zealand - my most recent exhibition being Botanical Fandango at the CPIT ArtBox in September 2014. I am passionate about the arts in all its forms - involved as both an instigator of projects and a supporter of others engaging in arts-related work. I enjoy contributing to the development of the arts in Christchurch and regularly volunteer in the sector.

 

Sarah Anderson has helped fund

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Julia Holden

#WishYouWereHereChch, artist Julia Holden’s 5 billboard and 10 postcard public exhibition featuring paintings of post-quake Christchurch, has now had successful installations in Auckland and Wellington. It’s now time to bring the exhibition home to Christchurch audiences.

100% FUNDED
100% $2,500.00 OF
$2,500.00
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Alexander Verster

One year after picking up the double bass, I'm going to one of the world's top conservatoires. My life as a classical musician is almost ready to begin.

104% FUNDED
104% $6,285.00 OF
$6,000.00
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Dance and Performance

Help us ‘Move on Up’ so we can continue all the great work we do for the dance and performance community. We only need 500 people donating $20!

65% FUNDED
65% $6,591.00 OF
$10,000.00
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Elizabeth Davidson

The Loons have found a new theatre! Now we need your help to fit it out. We’re begging for it and we need your help.

136% FUNDED
136% $95,287.33 OF
$70,000.00
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Shared Lines

Art building resilient cities. Art exhibition, artist talks, performance, public art and a symposium bringing together arts, community and business leaders.

100% FUNDED
100% $3,500.00 OF
$3,500.00