16 Apr 2015
This content is tagged as Creative NZ .
NEWSSign up to our News and blog feed
Māori artists working collaboratively with other indigenous artists are being invited to apply for support from Creative New Zealand’s International Indigenous Artform Exchange Fund.
The fund is for Māori artists and practitioners to collaborate with other indigenous artists in creating new work or redeveloping existing work.
In total $60,000 is available in 2015 to support two to three projects in any artform. The opportunity is open to artists, arts organisations and rōpū.
Established in 2014, the fund is a component of Creative New Zealand’s International Cultural Exchange Programme which supports Māori and international indigenous artists sharing artistic skills and practice.
“We were extremely impressed with the high quality of applications we received for this opportunity last year,” says Creative New Zealand Senior Manager Cath Cardiff.
“We were delighted to support some of our finest Māori artists to collaborate internationally with artists from other indigenous cultures.”
In 2014 Creative New Zealand supported three projects:
Applications to the International Indigenous Art Form Exchange Fund must arrive by 5pm, Thursday 14 May 2015.
Visit the Creative New Zealand website for more information and how to apply.
For media enquiries, please contact:
Senior Communications Adviser, Creative New Zealand
M +64 27 838 8868 | email@example.com