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Who got funded

Momentum is an international delegate programme which takes place in Edinburgh every August. It is delivered through a partnership between British Council Scotland, Festivals Edinburgh and Creative Scotland.

Closing date:

29 Apr 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Geoff Pinfield - $3,200
  • Nina Nawalowalo - The Conch Charitable Trust - $3,200
  • Kip Chapman - $3,200
  • Joel Baxendale - Binge Culture Collective - $3,200
  • Sonia Hardie - Tikapa Productions - $3,200

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The Māori Arts Presentation Fund supports the touring of contemporary Ngā Toi Māori work to regional and local communities with a high Māori population. Areas to be toured should be outside of Auckland and Wellington central business districts.

Closing date:

24 Mar 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Pataka Art + Museum - $12,128
  • Tipukura - $40,881
  • Hawaiki TU - Haka Theatre - $15,200

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Supporting arts organisations to develop a digital strategy so they can manage their creativity and business in an increasingly digital environment.

Closing date:

24 Mar 2016

Latest recipients:

  • New Zealand Book Council - $3,000
  • New Zealand Opera - $3,000
  • Red Leap - $3,000
  • Makers 101 - $3,000
  • Festival of Colour - $3,000

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The March round of Arts Grants has resulted in 84 grants totalling $1,811,509 being offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations.

Closing date:

11 Mar 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Ashleigh Kilmartin - $12,000
  • John Dennison - $16,000
  • Nelson Arts Festival - $45,000
  • Seth Haapu - $17,350
  • Peter Stichbury - $9,200

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Five scholarships totalling $47,000 were offered for overseas study by New Zealand musicians.

Closing date:

11 Mar 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Warwick Blair - $5,000
  • Lorelle McNaughton - $9,000
  • David Taylor - $9,100
  • Anna Whitaker - $16,000
  • Jake Baxendale - $7,900

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This was round 1 of 4 in 2016. This fund supports the international presentation of high quality work that results from specific initiatives managed by our international team.

Closing date:

4 Mar 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Little Dog Barking Theatre Company - $16,705
  • Portable Union - $20,260
  • Bullet Heart Club - $50,000
  • Edinburgh Art Festival - $15,000
  • The Black Grace Trust - $17,735

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Two grants totalling $10,000 were offered. This programme supports the preservation and transmission of traditional Ngā Toi Māori knowledge and practice, by funding mentoring relationships between Tohunga and Tukunga.

Closing date:

12 Feb 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Makareta Jahnke - $5,000
  • Timua Brennan - $5,000

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Four grants were offered at a total of $24,050. 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:

12 Feb 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Cian White - $4,500
  • Omer Gilroy - $7,500
  • Rakai jade - $7,500
  • Rangihīroa Panoho - $4,550

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The February round of Quick Response has resulted in 86 grants totalling $469,564 being offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations. More than $2 million was requested by 317 applicants. Results include:

Closing date:

12 Feb 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Simon Denny - $7,500
  • Daniel Belton - $4,444
  • Cantabrian Society of Sonic Artists Inc. - $4,000
  • Jonathan Crayford - $3,260
  • Dylan Lardelli, Elizabeth Welsh - $7,500

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2 grants were offered at a total of $10,000. 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:

12 Feb 2016

Latest recipients:

  • Murihiku Māori and Pasifika Cultural Trust - $3,706
  • Pacifica Mamas Arts and Cultural Trust (Pacifica Arts Centre) - $6,294

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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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​This opportunity, offered in partnership with the Australia Council for the Arts, supports Māori performing art producers, presenters and strategic partners to participate in the First Nations Producers Exchange, as part of the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) in Brisbane in February 2016.

Closing date:

7 Dec 2015

Latest recipients:

  • Tanemahuta Gray, TakiRua - $750
  • Nancy Brunning, Hapai Productions - $750
  • Amber Curreen, Te Rehia - $750

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