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Each year Creative New Zealand provides funding to city and district councils for distributing in their area. The scheme supports more than 1,800 projects every year. Applications are made directly to your local council and closing dates vary. Read more

Amount:

Mostly under $2,000

Closing dates:

Always open

Artforms funded:

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Quick Response Grants help New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to create and distribute their work. Decisions take five weeks and typically one in four or five applications get funded. Read more

Amount:

Up to $7,500

Closing dates:

9 Feb 2018

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

This fund supports arts organisations to diversify their income, increase support from donors and business partnerships and develop their fundraising capability. It is part of the Arts Philanthropy and Partnerships Programme for investment clients. Read more

Amount:

Fund Total $100,000

Closing dates:

20 Apr 2018

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Selected arts organisations can apply for funding towards the salary costs of a fundraising staff placement. The fund is the result of a partnership Creative New Zealand and Foundation North and is offered for two years (2018 and 2019). Read more

Amount:

Up to $50,000 per applicant

Closing dates:

20 Apr 2018

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Arts Grants help New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to create and distribute their work. Decisions take 10 weeks and typically one in four applications get funded.The April 2018 round will open for applications before Christmas. Read more

Amount:

up to $65,000

Closing dates:

6 Apr 2018

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Closed applications

This fund supports New Zealand artists and practitioners across all artforms to research and develop collaborative projects with artists and practitioners in targeted territories in Asia. Read more

Amount:

Up to $5,000 each for six applications

Closing dates:

17 Oct 2016

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

This programme supports the development of new, high-quality New Zealand work for presentation in targeted territories in Asia. This fund replaces the Asia/NZ Co-commissioning Fund. Read more

Amount:

$250,000 over two rounds

Closing dates:

20 Oct 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Supporting projects by arts organisations that engage with Māori, Pacific and Asian communities in the Auckland Region. Offered in partnership with Foundation North. Read more

Amount:

up to $100,000

Closing dates:

1 Sep 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Momentum is an international delegate programme for the Edinburgh festivals. Up to six New Zealand arts practitioners can participate in Momentum 2017 to build relationships with international artists, producers, curators and cultural partners. Read more

Amount:

$3,200 towards travel (plus accommodation & show tickets)

Closing dates:

12 Jun 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

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. Read more

Amount:

Fund total $36,000

Closing dates:

1 Sep 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

The prestigious Berlin Writer's Residency is offered biennially for an established New Zealand writer to work on an approved project in Berlin, Germany for up to eleven months. Read more

Amount:

$40,000

Closing dates:

10 Mar 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as Literature .

The Michael King Writer's Fellowship is for established New Zealand writers from any literary genre, with a significant publication record, to work on a major project. It is offered every two years. Read more

Amount:

$100,000 over two years

Closing dates:

10 Mar 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as Literature .

The annual Todd New Writer's Bursary allows a promising published writer or presented playwright, at an early stage of their career, to work on an approved project. Read more

Amount:

$20,000

Closing dates:

1 Sep 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as Literature .
This content is tagged as Theatre .

The annual Louis Johnson New Writer's Bursary provides a stipend that enables a published writer at an early stage of their career to create a new work. Read more

Amount:

Varies

Closing dates:

10 Mar 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as Literature .

DEADLINE EXTENDED. This residency is an opportunity for a mid-career or senior Pacific writer from New Zealand to work on a project exploring Pacific identity, culture or history at the University of Hawai'i in Manoa, Honolulu. All queries and applications are managed by Fulbright New Zealand. This annual opportunity is a partnership between Creative New Zealand, Fulbright New Zealand and the University of Hawai'i. Read more

Amount:

$30,000

Closing dates:

9 Mar 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as Literature .
This content is tagged as Pacific arts .

Each year the Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement recognise notable literary achievement by New Zealand writers who have made a significant contribution to New Zealand literature in the genres of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. New Zealanders are invited to submit a nomination (see sections 1, 2 and 3 below). Read more

Amount:

$60,000 in each category

Closing dates:

7 Apr 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as Literature .

This programme is closed to applications from new entrants in 2018. This is to allow future funding decisions to be aligned to a new investment strategy being developed by the Arts Council. We will advise by November 2018 if the programme will be open to new applications in 2019. Read more

Amount:

Based on application

Closing dates:

12 May 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Toi Tōtara Haemata (Arts Leadership) Investment Programme supports well-run, financially sound organisations that fulfil specific key roles in New Zealand’s arts infrastructure. Organisations funded through this programme collaborate with other arts organisations and provide leadership within the arts industry to deliver benefits to audiences or participants. Read more

Amount:

Based on application

Closing dates:

20 May 2016

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

Stage Two of the Asia Artform Exchange Fund offers New Zealand artists, arts organisations and practitioners the opportunity to build relationships and to increase artistic exchange with artists/practitioners in targeted territories in Asia. This opportunity is open to those who have successfully completed Stage One of the programme. Read more

Amount:

$45,000 (total) to support up to two projects

Closing dates:

23 May 2016

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

An artistic exchange pilot bringing together artists from New Zealand, Hong Kong and Scotland in Edinburgh during the festivals in August 2017. This peer-led programme encourages new ways of working and the development of collaborative projects. Read more

Amount:

$3,200 towards travel (plus accommodation & show tickets)

Closing dates:

29 May 2017

Artforms funded:

This content is tagged as All Artforms .

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