Up to three artists to experience one of several Department of Conservation environments as inspiration for an art work or works, between November 2017 and June 2018.
Fund total $36,000
1 Sep 2017
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To apply for Wild Creations you:
We cannot fund you if you:
A Wild Creations artist will be expected to create an art work or works based on their DOC experience. This work may be created during, or after, the experience.
Projects that need for additional support to be completed, after the Wild Creations experience, may be eligible for support from other Creative New Zealand funding programmes e.g. Quick Response or Arts Grants.
The following types of DOC experiences are available through Wild Creations:
For more information about DOC, its programmes and possible experiences visit the DOC website
Wild Creations proposals are expected to deliver to one, or more, of the following DOC outcomes.
In addition, Wild Creations proposals are expected to deliver to one, or more, of the Creative New Zealand outcomes.
The actual amount of an individual artist’s grant will vary according to:
As a guide funds will be allocated as follows:
The resources needed for nominated experiences will vary depending on the location of the experience, the artist’s home address and the nature of an artist’s project proposal. At a minimum DOC will provide each artist with:
In addition to the above, artists that are away from home overnight will receive:
Your proposal will need to identify the DOC experience you wish to pursue and provide details of:
Note: We cannot guarantee that your stated location preference will be available. If selected, DOC will use their best endeavours to agree a location that is suitable for you, your project and for DOC.
To apply for this opportunity:
Assessment will be made by a Wild Creations Panel of representatives of Creative New Zealand and DOC.
Proposals will be assessed on the following criteria
Priority will be given to proposals:
Applicants will be notified of a decision by Friday 20 October 2017.
Successful applicants will be contacted by a DOC representative to finalise the details and timetable for the selected artist to undertake their nominated experience. DOC will use it best endeavours to identify a suitable location and timeframe for the project, but in the event that this cannot be agreed the offer of funding may be withdrawn.
Successful applicants will be required to enter into a funding agreement with Creative New Zealand.
A project completion report is required within eight weeks of the project end date using the report template (to be provided by Creative New Zealand).
Arts Advisor (Craft/Object and Visual arts)
DDI: (09) 365 1416
Mobile: 021 796 968