Bill Culbert, Daylight Flotsam Venice (2013). Photograph by Jennifer French.
Joanna Langford – Down from the Nightlands (left) The Landless (right).
What Colour is the sacred by installation artist Tiffany Singh, the current Creative New Zealand and the National University of Samoa Artist-in-Residence.
Michael Parekowhai - He Kōrero Purākau mo Te Awanui o Te Motu: story of a New Zealand river, 2011. Wood, brass, automotive paint, mother of pearl, paua, upholstery. Two pieces: 1030 x 2750 x 1750mm, 855 x 460 x 410mm. Credit: Michael Hall.
Michel Tuffery's work at the Sydney Festival. Michel attended Te Manu Ka Tau, one of Creative New Zealand's international programmes. He was invited to take his work to the Sydney Festival.
Reuben Paterson, Whakapapa: get down upon your knees, glitter and synthetic polymer on canvas – 8000 x 8000 mm, 2009 (left) and Te Pūtahitanga ō Rehua (animation still), single channel animation, 2005 (right).
6 Dec . 2013|New Zealand’s pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale attracted a record 218,000 visitors during its six-month exhibition, Creative New Zealand announced today. Front… Read more
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Value: Landed costs of exhibition or show | Closes: 31 Jan . 2014
Creative New Zealand is accepting applications to present small scale works at next year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the next rounds of Quick Response and Arts Grants in January and February 2014. More information
Value: $7,500 or less | Closes: 31 Jan . 2014
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
Grant type: Arts leadership investment
Amount recieved: Ongoing Read more
The Big Idea - driving editorial and community engagement
Grant type: Arts development investment
Amount recieved: $30,000 Read more
Taka Ki Ro Wai
Grant type: Quick response grant
Amount recieved: $10,000 Read more