The fellowship is awarded every two years to an established or senior craft/object practitioner, curator or writer. You may be working in traditional applied arts or contemporary practice, including customary and contemporary Māori and Pasifika craft/object art.
10 Mar 2017
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To apply for Creative New Zealand funding, you:
We cannot fund you if you, your organisation, or key members of your team:
You must either have:
You cannot be a previous recipient of the fellowship.
The Craft/Object Fellowship funds an established or senior craft/object practitioner, curator or writer working in traditional applied arts or contemporary practice, including Ngā Toi Māori and Pacific arts.
Genres may include clay/ceramics, jewellery, glass, fibre/textiles, raranga, whakairo, Pacific Island costume and weaving, metal work, wood work and studio-based object and furniture design.
It provides the time and/or resources for the fellow to commit to a period of deep investigation, experimentation or research in their practice.
Previous recipients are listed the results of our work
Your application is assessed by a panel of external assessors.
We assess how closely your proposal matches the purpose of the Fellowship and our long-term goal (outcome) that high-quality New Zealand art is developed.
Ten weeks after the closing date, we notify all applicants of the results by email.
At the same time we also list successful applicants in the results of our work section of our website.
If you are successful, we will contact you about your funding agreement including payment schedule and reporting requirements.
A project completion report is required within 12 weeks of the project end date using the report template. To be considered for further funding, your report needs to be submitted on time.
Arts Adviser — Craft/Object and Visual Arts
(09) 365 1416