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Who got funded

The International Art Fair Fund is aimed at increasing the sale of New Zealand craft/object and visual artworks in offshore markets. It supports New Zealand-based dealer galleries and craft/object designers and companies to participate in reputable international art fairs.

Closing date:

5 Aug 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Hopkinson Mossman - $20,000
  • Starkwhite - $20,000

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An opportunity for New Zealand performing arts presenters or venues to increase artistic exchange between artists/practitioners in New Zealand and South Korea.

Closing date:

29 Jul 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Wellington Jazz Festival - $40,660
  • Audio Foundation NZ - $30,500

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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:

15 Jul 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Keil Caskey - $6,630
  • Morgan Natanahira - $7,000
  • Komako Silver, Whetu Silver - $7,500
  • Kimo Houltham - $7,000

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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:

15 Jul 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Anau Melie Women Development Group - $7,350

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A total of 104 grants worth $526,349 were offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations.

Closing date:

15 Jul 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Mickey Smith - $7,370
  • Judith Darragh - $3,728
  • Briar Prastiti - $3,683
  • John Weir - $7,500
  • Prue Clark - $7,454

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The Tohunga Tukunga mentoring programme offers funding to help preserve and pass on contemporary and traditional Ngā Toi Māori (Māori arts) knowledge and practice. Three mentoring opportunities are available in each of the three annual funding rounds.

Closing date:

15 Jul 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Mata Aho - $5,000
  • Tumarangai Sciascia - $5,000

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New Zealand performing arts producers and companies are supported to attend performing arts markets in Asia with the aim of exploring presentation opportunities and building networks.

Closing date:

10 Jun 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Atamira Dance Company - $3,000
  • Tihi Ltd - $3,000
  • Red Leap Theatre - $3,000
  • Muscle Mouth - $3,000
  • The New Zealand Dance Company - $3,000

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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:

10 Jun 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Atamira Dance Company - $40,200
  • Show Pony - $12,000
  • Julia Croft - $15,323
  • Louise Potiki Bryant - $12,523

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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.

Closing date:

23 May 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Cathy Livermore - $19,500
  • Good Company Arts - $35,500
  • Lana Lopesi / Ahilapalapa Rands - $21,250

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

Closing date:

20 May 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Playmarket Incorporated - $1,099,000
  • Capital E National Theatre for Children - $1,356,000
  • Theatre Artists Charitable Trust TACT - $974,400
  • Taki Rua Productions Society Inc - $868,196
  • The Basement Theatre Trust - $800,700

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Toi Uru Kahikatea (Arts Development) Investment Programme offers support to New Zealand artists, arts practitioners, groups and organisations for 1-3 years to support regular or continuous programmes of activities.

Closing date:

20 May 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Makers 101 Ltd - $285,870
  • The New Zealand Dance Festival Trust - $250,000
  • Gecko Press - $22,000
  • University of Otago College of Education - $37,000
  • Otago University Press - $44,000

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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:

2 May 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Sriwhana Spong - $15,781
  • Janet Jennings - $28,748

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