The First Nations Curators Exchange is a two-stage cultural exchange between Māori and Aboriginal curators. Four established Māori curators will attend Asia Pacific Triennial (APT8) in November 2015 and host a delegation of Aboriginal curators in Aotearoa in 2016. The programme is delivered in partnership with the Australia Council for the Arts.
18 Sep 2015
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To apply for Creative New Zealand funding, you:
To be eligible for Creative New Zealand funding:
We cannot fund you if you, your organisation, or key members of your team:
To be eligible for the exchange you must:
The purpose of the First Nations Cultural Exchange is to enable indigenous curators to:
The exchange programme is part of the Creative New Zealand's international programme
Each curator will receive NZ$2,750 towards travel and accommodation to participate in the First Nations Programme at the Asia Pacific Triennial (APT8) from 19-26 November 2015 in Brisbane, Australia.
The triennial coincides with the International Visitors Programme managed by Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).
Submit an Expression of Interest (EOIs) including:
or posted to:
First Nations Curators Programme APT8
Creative New Zealand
PO Box 3806
On Friday 2 October you will be notified by email of the result of your application.
A written evaluation report will be required four weeks after returning from Brisbane. Another report will be required four weeks after the reciprocal visit in 2016.