Supporting projects by arts organisations that engage with Māori, Pacific and Asian communities in the Auckland Region. Offered in partnership with Foundation North.
Up to $100,000
30 Sep 2016
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To apply for Creative New Zealand funding, you:
We also have specific eligibility requirements for particular activities, for example, public artworks. More information is available in the Application requirements and guidelines for specific activities document under 'Make an application' below.
To apply for the Auckland Diversity Project Fund:
The Auckland Region is the area within the borders of the Auckland Council.
If you are funded by the Auckland Diversity Project Fund:
We cannot fund you if you, your organisation, or key members of your team:
The purpose of the Auckland Diversity Project is to ensure Creative New Zealand’s investment, services and operations deliver to Auckland’s rapidly changing demographic.
This fund supports:
Projects which are for longer than 12 months can be considered, but we expect all projects to be completed by 30 June 2018 and reported on by 31 September 2018.
By participation we mean the active involvement of individuals, groups and/or communities in the making or presentation of art. It can apply to professional, emerging and non-professional artists, including those involved in cultural and recreational activities.
Priority will be given to:
Projects that increase frequency of attendance by:
Projects that increase arts participation and attendance by:
Projects that target Asian Aucklanders less accustomed to living in New Zealand* by:
*'Asian Aucklanders less accustomed to living in New Zealand' are defined as people who have been in New Zealand between five and 10 years, and/or are less fluent in English and/or arrived in New Zealand when they were 40 or older.
Projects that involve:
Eligible costs can include, but are not limited to:
Internships for Māori and Pacific arts managers are not eligible f or funding. These are currently provided by the Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust and Toi Māori Aotearoa on behalf of Creative New Zealand.
Creative New Zealand also does not fund:
Applications are assessed by Creative New Zealand and Foundation North staff and external peer assessors.
Proposals will be assessed on how strongly a project will deliver to:
Assessment will also consider:
By 17 November 2016 we will email all applicants of their result and list successful applicants on who got funded
If you are successful we will email you about:
A project completion report is required within 12 weeks of the project end date and by no later than 31 September 2018. Reports must be made using the Auckland Diversity Project Fund report template.
Project Manager Auckland Diversity Fund
(09) 373 3068