Toi Tōtara Haemata (Arts Leadership) Investment Programme supports well-run, financially sound organisations that collaborate with other arts organisations and provide leadership within the arts industry to deliver benefits to audiences or participants and fulfil specific key roles in New Zealand’s arts infrastructure.
Based on application
20 May 2016
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To apply for Creative New Zealand funding, you:
Organisations intending to submit a proposal for Toi Tōtara Haemata funding must confirm their intention to apply and, if relevant, their eligibility with the Creative New Zealand adviser that works in their area of arts practice. Contact details are listed under each key role opportunity in the RFP document.
Your organisation must:
While you are being funded under the Toi Tōtara Haemata programme, you cannot receive support through Quick Response Grants, Arts Grants, the Creative Communities Scheme or the Toi Uru Kahikatea (Arts Development) Investment Programme.
Each year we invite proposals from arts organisation to fill key roles in the arts infrastructure. This programme supports organisations that:
In 2016 we are requesting proposals for key roles in theatre and multidisciplinary arts.
For details of the activities of each role, see the RFP under Make an application below.
To apply to the Toi Tōtara Haemata Investment Programme you must first contact the Creative New Zealand arts adviser that works in your area of arts practice to express your interest and confirm your eligibility by 5 pm on Friday 8 April 2016.
1. Start your application online (you may need to register first).
2. Attach supporting information.
3. Submit your application by 5pm on Friday 20 May 2016.
Applications are assessed by:
We consider whether your organisation's track record demonstrates the ability to:
We also consider the past performance of all organisations applying to the programme.
Proposed future programmes are assessed for:
The RFP contains the exact dates when decisions are made and funding agreements offered.
We will notify all respondents of the result of their proposal by Friday 29 July 2016.
We also list successful organisations on the Who got funded web page.
Successful respondents are offered a funding agreement to take effect from 1 January 2017 for a specific period of between two to five years.
There is no guarantee of funding beyond the term of the agreement.
If a respondent is unsuccessful we may offer to fund the organisation under the Toi Uru Kahikatea (Arts Development) Investment or another funding programme.
Contact the arts adviser for your artform