Who got funded

Supporting New Zealand-based dealer galleries and craft/object designers and companies to participate in reputable international art fairs. This fund focuses on increasing the sale of New Zealand craft/object and visual artworks in offshore markets.

Closing date:

10 Aug 2018

Latest recipients:

  • The National - $20,000

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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:

20 Jul 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Good Company Arts - $6,215
  • Hackman - $15,363
  • New Zealand Dance Company - $3,020
  • Footnote Dance Trust - $3,435
  • New Zealand String Quartet Trust - $3,500

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This fund supports the international presentation and showcasing of high-quality work.

Closing date:

20 Jul 2018

Latest recipients:

  • The Black Grace Trust - $30,000
  • Auckland Theatre Company Limited - $19,100
  • New Zealand Dance Company - $50,000

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A total of 132 grants worth $797,349.68 have been offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations in this funding round. In total 392 applications were received, with a total of $2,577,062 requested.

Closing date:

22 Jun 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Canterbury Poets Collective - $2,800
  • Wellington Potters' Association - $5,500
  • The 312 Hub - $7,240
  • Nui Hunuki - $7,495
  • Harder Music Group Ltd - $7,500

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Supporting New Zealand-based dealer galleries and craft/object designers and companies to participate in reputable international art fairs. This fund focuses on increasing the sale of New Zealand craft/object and visual artworks in offshore markets.

Closing date:

15 Jun 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Bartley + Company Art - $7,464
  • Solander Gallery - $4,674
  • PAULNACHE Gallery - $10,000
  • Gow Langsford Gallery - $10,000

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Supporting NZ performing arts practitioners to travel to Edinburgh in August 2018. They will build their capability by gaining experience of the Edinburgh festivals, viewing international work and building relationships with international artists, producers and presenters.

Closing date:

25 May 2018

Latest recipients:

  • The Rebel Alliance - $3,200
  • Jane Yonge - $3,200
  • Foster Group - $3,200
  • Te Rehia Theatre - $3,200

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Support for Māori artists to collaborate with international indigenous artists in creating new work or re-developing an existing work. It's an opportunity to exchange ideas, artistic techniques and cultural practices.

Closing date:

23 May 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Te Rehia Theatre - $63,650
  • Tawata Productions - $10,157

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This programme supports the development of new, high-quality New Zealand work for presentation in targeted territories in Asia.

Closing date:

18 May 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Good Company Arts - $100,555
  • Enjoy Public Art Gallery Trust - $11,485

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These were offered to some Creative New Zealand investment clients as part of our capability building programme. An opportunity to develop a digital strategy or update an existing strategy. The aim is to ensure that organisations remain relevant and effective in an increasingly digital environment.

Closing date:

11 May 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Word Christchurch - $3,000
  • Tauranga Arts Festival - $3,000

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Closing date:

4 May 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Nightsong - $210,000
  • Pacific Islands Dance Fono - $165,000
  • Pacifica Mamas Arts and Cultural Trust (Pacifica Arts Centre) - $204,421
  • Te Pou Theatre - $171,785
  • SCAPE Public Art - $60,000

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The Arts Council has extended the contracts of 7 organisations in Toi Tōtara Haemata.

Closing date:

4 May 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Artspace Aotearoa Trust - $394,181
  • The Massive Company Trust - $211,150
  • The NZ Book Council Inc - $386,250
  • New Zealand Opera Limited - $2,678,000
  • Objectspace Trust - $481,010

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Selected arts organisations were able to apply for funding towards the salary costs of a fundraising staff placement. The fund is the result of a partnership between Creative New Zealand and Foundation North, who jointly fund the successful recipients. It is offered for two years (2018 and 2019).

Closing date:

20 Apr 2018

Latest recipients:

  • Objectspace - $46,800
  • New Zealand Dance Company - $50,000

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