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This opportunity supports New Zealand craft/object artists selected to exhibit at the International Handwerksmesse for Schmuck and Talente in 2016 to attend the exhibitions in Munich.

Closing date:

7 Dec 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Moniek Schrijer - $3,000
  • Matthew Galloway - $3,000
  • Victoria McIntosh - $3,000
  • Kate Hursthouse - $3,000
  • Sarah Kim - $3,000

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The International Art Fair Fund supports New Zealand-based visual and craft/object arts dealer galleries to participate in reputable international art fairs.

Closing date:

5 Dec 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Starkwhite - $20,000
  • Hopkinson Mossman - $16,700
  • Michael Lett - $17,400
  • Paulnache - $16,000

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This fund supports the international presentation of high quality work that results from specific initiatives managed by our international team.

Closing date:

23 Nov 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Robin Kerr, The Playground Collective - $48,400
  • Karl Fritsch - $14,960

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Funding is for national and international organisations to commission new, large-scale, collaborative works to mark the First World War centenary (WW100). The works must be presented nationally and internationally during WW100 commemorations from 2014 to July 2019.

Closing date:

2 Nov 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Carolyn Williams - $8,500
  • Gareth Farr - $45,800
  • Choirs Aotearoa New Zealand Trust - $30,000

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The Moana Community Grants support and develop Pacific heritage arts (artistic expressions and forms reflecting a particular Pasifika cultural tradition) in regional towns and communities outside of Auckland and Wellington.

Closing date:

23 Oct 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Pasifika By Nature Trust - $5,000
  • NEED Trust - $5,000

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The Toi Tipu Toi Rea is a grant to support Māori artists or practitioners, at an early stage of their career, to undertake an arts project.

Closing date:

23 Oct 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Anthony Grey - $5,000
  • Kawiti Waetford - $7,500
  • Todd Sheridan - $7,495
  • Annette Campbell - $6,398
  • Sharn Te Pou - $6,245

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The October round of Quick Response has resulted in 75 grants totaling $418,585 being offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations. More than $1.5 million was requested by 247 applicants. Results include:

Closing date:

23 Oct 2015

Latest recipients:

  • David Eggleton - $7,500
  • ST PAUL St Gallery - $7,400
  • Bryce Galloway - $2,750
  • Julie Paama-Pengelly - $7,425
  • Venture Southland - $4,400

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Emergency funds for organisations or projects that were adversely affected as a direct result of the Canterbury earthquakes.

Closing date:

20 Oct 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Theatre Royal Charitable Foundation - $50,000
  • The Big Idea - $2,500
  • Chambers 241 - $40,500
  • Centre of Contemporary Art - $50,000
  • The Loons Theatre Trust - $50,000

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The Asia/New Zealand Co-commissioning Fund offers funding to support the commissioning of New Zealand work to be presented in both New Zealand and Asia.

Closing date:

19 Oct 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki - $61,200
  • Good Arts Company - $91,457
  • Richard Maloy - $5,876

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Supports projects that increase arts attendance and participation by Māori, Pacific and Asian communities in the Auckland Region. It also supports art projects for, by and with artists from those communities.

Closing date:

30 Sep 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Silo Theatre Trust - $20,652
  • Whai Maia Limited - $76,320
  • Pretty Asian Theatre - $70,000
  • Auckland Festival Trust - $100,000
  • TAPAC The Auckland Performing Arts Centre - $50,000

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The First Nations Curators Exchange is a two-stage cultural exchange between Māori and Aboriginal curators. Four established Māori curators will attend Asia Pacific Triennial (APT8) in November 2015 and host a delegation of Aboriginal curators in Aotearoa in 2016. The programme is delivered in partnership with the Australia Council for the Arts.

Closing date:

18 Sep 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Nigel Borell - $2,750
  • Reuben Friend - $2,750
  • Karl Chitham - $2,750
  • Megan Tamati-Quennell - $2,750

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The International Presentation Fund supports New Zealand artists and companies to present their work internationally as a result of invitations generated from specific initiatives managed by Creative New Zealand’s international team.

Closing date:

7 Sep 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Serpentine Gallery - $50,000
  • Muscle Mouth - $6,585
  • Peter Deckers (Makers 101 Ltd) - $44,780

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