Left photo: Musician and composer Horomona Horo (right) performing with mentor Richard Nunns (left) during the Green Fire Islands production in 2008. Photo by Kathrin Simon. Right photo: Horomona Horo plays the nguru (small flute). Photo by Regan Balzer.
NZ Youth Choir’s International Tour in Washington DC, USA. Photo courtesy of Mike Waller.
Photo by Orchestra Wellington.
Arts on Tour New Zealand (AOTNZ) organises tours of outstanding New Zealand performers to rural and smaller centres in New Zealand.
Voices of Our Ancestors Tour, held at the Fiona Pardington exhibition, Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Photo credit Nick Holmes.
11 May . 2015|During early 2015 Creative New Zealand reviewed its funding priorities, programmes and initiatives for supporting opera in New Zealand. As a result we are making some… Read more
11 May . 2015|Creative New Zealand is sad to hear of the passing of composer Jack Body. Recently he was the recipient of the an Arts Foundation of New Zealand Icon… Read more
5 May . 2015|Nominations for the Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards 2015 are now open. The awards celebrate excellence and innovation in Pacific arts in New… Read more
Value: up to $5,000 each for 3 applications | Closes: 25 May . 2015
The Asia Artform Exchange is a new initiative for New Zealand artists, arts organisations and practitioners across all artforms to research and develop collaborative projects with artists and practitioners in targeted territories in Asia. More information
Value: $7,500 or less | Closes: 26 Jun . 2015
Quick Response Grants are our most common form of funding. They are awarded in three rounds per year and available to all artforms. As our smallest and most numerous opportunity Quick Response Grants are a great place to start if you are new to Creative New Zealand Funding. More information
Summer Soul Music on the Shore
Grant type: Arts development investment
Amount recieved: $1500 Read more
Grant type: Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Grant
Amount recieved: $150,000 Read more
Te Ara Puoro – A journey into the world of Maori music
Grant type: Quick response grant
Amount recieved: 7500 Read more