Funding Round: Te Waka Toi Quick Response

Close date: 3/02/12
13 grants totalling $70,194 were offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations. Over $110,000 was requested from 19 applications.

  • Anton Blank

    Literature    $6,750
    Towards a literary evening event featuring readings and performances.

  • Apirana Taylor

    Literature    $3,749
    Towards participation in the Medellin Poetry Festival, Colombia 2012.

  • Araiteuru Marae Council Inc

    Maori Arts    $6,354
    To implement their 'Toi Whakaaro' arts strategy for Araiteuru marae.

  • Gabrielle Belz

    Visual Arts    $6,800
    Towards presenting work at Clatsop Community College, Astoria USA 2012.

  • Hemi Macgregor

    Visual Arts    $7,000
    Towards the creation of sculptural works - focussing on the expression of Kaitiakitanga.

  • Imagin8tive Productions Ltd

    Media Arts    $5,000
    Towards creating Mahinga kai digital stories - of Ngati Toa.

  • Manos Nathan

    Visual Arts    $7,000
    Towards presenting at the 45th General Assembly of International Academy of Ceramics.

  • Mere Boynton & Deborah Wai Kapohe

    Music    $3,000
    To perform at 'Opera in Paradise' in Rarotonga May 2012.

  • Ngahiraka M Mason

    Visual Arts    $5,541
    To attend practical workshops on traditional dyeing and Shibori techniques in Japan 2012.

  • Rob Thorne

    Music    $7,000
    Towards recordings of taonga puoro material.

  • Scholastic NZ Ltd

    Literature    $2,000
    To publish the Maori edition of 'Wooden Arms'.

  • Tihi Limited

    Maori Arts    $7,500
    To present Puanga Kai Rau 2012 Festival.

  • Tracey Tawhiao

    Visual Arts    $2,500
    Towards producing new works for an exhibition at Roch Church in Paris June 2012.

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