Funding Round: Te Waka Toi Quick Response

Close date: 4/02/11
13 grants totalling $71,830 were offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations.

  • Gabrielle Belz

    Visual Arts    $6,578
    Towards a cultural exchange with the North West Coast people of America and Hawaii.

  • Israel Tangaroa Birch

    Visual Arts    $5,000
    Towards material costs to create a new work.

  • James Ferguson

    Music    $5,000
    Towards recording a compilation of original songs.

  • Joseph Te Kahika

    Music    $6,000
    Towards recording costs of an album of waiata.

  • Kirk Torrance

    Theatre    $5,100
    Towards script development of a new play 'GrandFatherSon'.

  • Kowhiti Productions Ltd

    Visual Arts    $2,846
    To create a pounamu sculptural piece.

  • Merenia Gray

    Dance    $6,616
    To choreograph a work to be performed at the State Opera House and the Body Festival 2011.

  • Nancy Brunning

    Theatre    $6,000
    To research, develop and write the first draft for the play, 'Hikoi'.

  • Ngataiharuru Taepa

    Visual Arts    $6,300
    Towards the creation of a collaborative installation.

  • Nicholas Marr

    Multidis    $5,390
    Towards professional development on traditional Maori navigation.

  • Saffronn Te Ratana

    Visual Arts    $6,000
    Towards creating an installation expressing the mana of Tuhoe and the history of resistance.

  • Te Rakau Hua o te Wao Tapu Trust

    Music    $6,000
    Towards producing a new sound track for the performance of 'The Battalion'.

  • Waahuu Creations

    Music    $5,000
    Towards touring performances of 'Whiti - Acoustic' in the north island.

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