Rangatahi have come together over recent months for an exciting new creative project alongside local creative trust, Foto iwi, and supported by the Hastings District Council’s creative communities scheme.
It’s a newspaper, The Happy Bay News, which showcases local people, community changemakers and general good news around the city.
Students contributed images, illustrations, concept planning and ideas, bringing their voice and viewpoints to the final publication.
The first was a Spring edition, and a Summer edition is planned next with a new team of creative students, keen to experience new opportunities and creative pathways.
Any students who may be keen can get in touch with Foto iwi via their website or social pages.
Copies can be found at Hastings Libraries and local retailers and online at fotoiwi.nz. Foto iwi also recently created the Flash Trash street exhibition, a Hastings City Vibrancy project.
1 December 2021
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