The National University of Samoa (NUS) residency offers three months in Apia, Samoa for an established New Zealand artist of Pacific heritage to work on an arts project and develop their potential, skills and practice.
up to $15,000
16 Mar 2016
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To be eligible for Creative New Zealand funding:
To apply for Creative New Zealand funding, you:
We cannot fund you if you, your organisation, or key members of your team:
The result that we are seeking through this residency is that artists with potential develop their skills and art practice.
The residency aims to:
During the residency you will be required to:
We consider applications from artists working in any artform or genre, including script writing, but we give priority to:
The residency provides:
Expenses not covered by Creative New Zealand or the National University of Samoa are your responsibility.
Support on the ground is provided to the resident by the National University of Samoa and an appointed local administrator. The National University of Samoa will:
You can contact us for information about the resources, including equipment, available at the National University of Samoa and any resource limitations.
Read more about about the National University of Samoa.
Previous recipients include Siliga Setoga, Lemi Ponifasio, Shigeyuki Kihara, the Vahine Collective, Tiffany Singh, Jim Vivieaere, Nathaniel Lees and Fiona Collins.
Applicants will be assessed on their ability to deliver the aims of the residency as described in step 2, See what's funded, and to answer the following five questions:
Within 12 weeks of the closing date, we notify all applicants of the decision.
We also list succcessful applicants on the who got funded web page.
If you are successful, we will contact you about your funding agreement including payment schedule and reporting requirements.
Within two months of completing the residency, your must provide a detailed project completion report that includes a summary of the professional activities you engaged in while in Samoa.
Senior Arts Adviser — Pacific Arts
(04) 498 0729