An opportunity for New Zealand performing arts presenters or venues to increase artistic exchange between artists/practitioners in New Zealand and South Korea. Stage two support is available for the creation of a new work or the redevelopment of an existing work developed as a result of stage one.
up to $75,000
29 Jul 2016
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This opportunity is open to those who have successfully completed the NZ/KAMS Connection Stage One programme and sent a detailed completion report to Creative New Zealand.
The NZ/KAMS Connection Fund is an initiative to encourage long term creative exchanges and programming between New Zealand and South Korea, and to build market knowledge, expertise, and networks. The fund is the result of a partnership between the Korean Arts Management Service (KAMS) and Creative New Zealand.
The objective is for New Zealand presenters or venues to programme a collaborative work between New Zealand and Korean artists and/arts practitioners for the purpose of:
Stage Two of the NZ/KAMS Connection Fund provides support for applicants to collaborate with artists/arts practitioners in New Zealand and South Korea to develop and create a new work for presentation. The key focus is on the collaborative process and how it contributes to the exchange of ideas and artistic techniques and practices.
Note: The first stage of support provided seed funding for applicants to research ideas, identify partners in South Korea and to scope potential collaboration projects. It was also an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the arts sector in South Korea.
Costs relating to the creation, development and presentation of the new work are eligible.
Priority will be given to the creation and development costs. These costs can include, but are not limited to:
Presentation costs for the work may be included in the application, however the focus of the fund is on the development/creation phase of the project.
Expenditure relating to presentation costs should be shared and supported by other partners and funding sources of the project.
To apply for this opportunity:
Applications will be assessed by both internal and external assessors.
Proposals will be assessed on:
Applicants will be notified of a decision by 31 August 2016.
We also list successful applicants on the who got funded web page.
A project completion report is required within twelve weeks of the project end date using the report template.
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