332 Peachgrove Road Fairfield Hamilton 3214
Arts Waikato's primary role is "capacity building" – providing, information, tools, advice and facilitation to groups in the community arts sector.
Arts Waikato has one community arts advisor who works alongside community arts groups to provide advice (with funding, marketing, events, planning etc.), facilitation, training and support.
In 2008 Arts Waikato also created the position of Kaiwhakahaere I nga Mahi Toi– or Maori Arts Advisor, to work specifically with Maori artists and groups within a Kaupapa Maori framework. In addition to there are two part time Arts Education Advisors who work alongside schools to assist them to give children more opportunities to express themselves and their creativity through the arts.
Supporting the service delivery team there's an office manager /administrator, and a CEO who works with the board and the community to set the strategic direction of the organisation and manages the implementation of this.
Arts Waikato is a charitable trust and currently has nine Trustees.