Information for Kāpiti Coast Art Trail participants
On this page, you'll find what you need to know as a participant in the Kāpiti Coast Arts Trail.
Nau mai, Haere mai ki Te Ara Toi o Kāpiti! We are updating this page fairly regularly, so bookmark this page and keep checking here for information. Do check in if you have questions before contacting us.
- Team changes: Rosie is stepping back from the Arts Trail, which is now managed from the new Marketing and Events Team. Sonja Williams is the Team manager, and Nerita Clark has a new position as Arts Events Coordinator in that team. Nicky Astwood will be again contracted as the Project Manager. Rosie is continuing as Arts and Heritage Advisor, with a broader advisory and strategic arts and heritage focus. If you need to contact someone, the best way is to email the Arts Trail mailbox: [email protected].
- Promotion: We are carrying on our social media campaign during the next months to continue to promote artists. We will be covering all artists during this campaign. Tag and share – for Facebook use @ArtsTrailKapiti and for Instagram use #kapitiartstrail.
- Surveying, analysing, data crunching: Thank you for completing your surveys and providing feedback in other ways. We are analysing it all in depth to provide a picture for senior management, artists, and ourselves as we forward plan. We will send out a summary of findings and ideas to everyone in the next few weeks.
- Signs and flags collection: We have now collected most of the flags and signs. For the few who were away, please contact Nerita to arrange either a pick up or drop off in the next few days.
- Kāpiti Arts Guide: Reminder to keep popping these around to places for people who come to the Coast for summer weekends and holidays. We are encouraging people to contact individual artists.
- Next year - save the dates! We have booked the first two weekends in November again: 5/6 and 12/13 November for the main event, and we will confirm other arrangements and times for that period early next year.
- Hold on to COVID tracking slips until 14 January 2022
If any sites on the Trail become “locations of interest”, health officials will contact those sites directly. After 14th January, please dispose of them securely. (You mustn’t use the information for any other purpose.)
“When collecting this information, advise people that it is being collected to support contact tracing. It is your responsibility to store any private information securely. The information you collect can only be used for COVID-19 contact tracing. For example, you should not automatically add people’s emails to your contact database without their consent, or you may breach the Privacy Act.
Information you collect for contact tracing purposes must be kept for 60 days, and disposed of after this time.”
(we will add more tips and suggestions as we gather them - do let us know if there's anything you are doing that we can add)
- If you don't have an Instagram account - why not set one up? Then let us know and we can tag you into our website, which will pull images you post across to the rolling display.
- Tag Kāpiti Arts Trail into posts from your FB or Instagram
- Share posts from Kāpiti Arts Trail FB and Instagram to your networks
- Tag the Kāpiti Arts Trail website and social media pages
- Follow the Instagram and Facebook Kāpiti Arts Trail pages and tag and share, tag and share!!
- include these links in your posts, and in emails to friends who don't go on social media:
When we send out an email, we'll also put the information on this page, and text you a reminder with the link. Please save this link to your favourites.