Kava New Leaders Grants support established practitioners of Pacific heritage arts to pass on their knowledge and skills to up to three potential new leaders in their artform.
$30,000 for up to two grants
2 Sep 2016
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To be eligible for Creative New Zealand funding:
For a Pacific Arts artist or arts organisation, success means an arts activity that has been publicly presented and received a degree of success in either professional or community arts.
If you don't have the track record we're looking for, you may be able to get funding through the Creative Community Scheme
To apply for Creative New Zealand funding, you:
Applications can be made by:
Either the senior heritage artist or the less experienced artist(s) must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
Organisations in the Toi Uru Kahikatea or Toi Tōtara Haemata investment programmes are not eligible to receive funding during the period of their funding agreement.
We cannot fund you if you, your organisation, or key members of your team:
To be eligible for a Kava New Leaders Grant, the project:
We are providing funding support for up to two projects to take place between 1 November 2015 and 30 June 2016.
Projects must provide opportunities for senior Pacific heritage artists to:
A project can:
The Pacific heritage arts supported include:
Grant monies may contribute towards:
To apply for a Kava New Leaders Grant, follow the Arts Grant application process:
To make a strong application:
Evidence of demand can strengthen your application. Examples include:
Applications are assessed by Creative New Zealand staff and Pasifika artists and practitioners.
Assessments are based on the following criteria:
We also consider the extent to which Kaupapa Pasifika is evident in the practice and results of the proposed project.
When we assess a culturally-specific heritage arts application, we replace the concept of Kaupapa Pasifika with, for example, Kaupapa Samoa, Kaupapa Fiji, Kaupapa Tonga, and so on, for the specific Island group. This is equivalent to the commonly used terms “Fa’a Samoa”, “Vaka Viti” or “Faka Tonga”, meaning “the Samoan way”, “the Fijian way”, or “the Tongan way”, and so on.
We also list succcessful applicants on the who got funded web page.
If you are successful, we will contact you about your funding agreement, 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.
Senior Arts Adviser — Pacific Arts
(04) 498 0729