Centre for Arts and Social Transformation
The Centre for Arts and Social Transformation (CAST) researches how the arts have the potential to make a more socially just and equitable world through improving the quality of life of all citizens. The Centre is outwards focused and builds relationships with educators, artists, activists, policy makers and communities to research the power of the arts for social transformation.
International Teaching Artists Collaborative
The International Teaching Artists Collaborative (ITAC) is the world-wide network for artists who work in participatory settings to create positive social impact. These practitioners go by many titles in different countries and languages—often called Teaching Artists, Participatory Artists, Community Artists, or Socially Engaged Artists, and other titles. Whatever their title and artform, teaching artists practice to activate the artistry of others, and guide that powerful force in people toward positive outcomes.
Te Rito Toi
Te Rito Toi recognises schools must help students understand the present and navigate post-disaster environments. Addressing children’s stories, concerns, and questions in classrooms, teachers lead learners to reimagine a better world through the arts. Grounded in Papatūānuku, Te Rito Toi heals amidst chaotic changes, remaining resilient at the heart of the kōrari (harakeke).
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