Like most businesses in New Zealand we’ve shut our studio for the countrywide Coronavirus lockdown. We’re all reeling a bit, like you probably are, not quite sure what the future will look like. We have faith in our country and our people though so we’re confident we’ll all rally and get through this. We’re good at being strong together when it counts, let's keep that going.
That of course means all our March and April events are cancelled. If you had tickets booked to any of our events, or a private booking, you’ll be able to reschedule to any future events or another date that suits, once everything gets back to normal. We’ll be in touch with all of you as soon as we can. Gift vouchers will still be available throughout the lockdown.
We’re also committed to sharing lots of uplifting, inspirational content with you to keep you smiling during your lockdown.
As an event based business, we’re really grateful for your continued support during this crazy time. Your support will help us get through this and hopefully help our business survive.
Keep physically and mentally healthy everyone. We look forward to painting with you soon.
Regards and blessings
Chief Paint Slinger
HEART FOR ART
A petition has been launched to look at what can be done to better balance recreational aircraft circling the Miramar peninsula and the residents who are impacted by the increasing, unnecessary noise. The web site is noflyzone.org.nz... and the petition is available here: www.change.org...
The bulk Recycling Centre at Wellington’s Southern Landfill has reopened to the public with traffic controls in place to ensure Covid-19 Alert Level 2 guidelines are maintained.
The Tip Shop Wellington will remain closed during Level 2 for the safety of our staff.
For more information and FAQs, please visit our website.
There are a lot of reasons to dig up a road, unfortunately! Here’s one of the less common belowground infrastructure renewals we do.
Digger Operator Layton is removing an old air valve block on the bulk water main running from Naenae Reservoir. The team put in a new, bigger air valve (replacing the one just visible in the wooden chamber) then constructed a new concrete chamber and manhole cover for better service and maintenance access.