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Support towards projects that increases opportunities for young New Zealanders (12-24 years) in Northland to engage in (by, with or for) high-quality arts experiences.

Closing date:

24 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Sistema Whangarei - Toi Akorangi - $13,965
  • Creative Northland - $23,680

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This initiative supports established New Zealand performing arts practitioners to build their international capability and networks by experiencing the Edinburgh festivals in 2019.

Closing date:

17 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd. - $200
  • Taki Rua Productions Society Inc - $3,400
  • Helena-Jane Kilkelly - $3,400
  • Karin McCracken - $3,400
  • Zoe Nicholson - $3,400

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

Closing date:

17 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd. - $67,600
  • Hye Rim Lee - $57,370

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This fund supports arts organisations to diversify their income, increase support from donors and business partnerships and develop their fundraising capability. It is part of the Arts Philanthropy and Partnerships Programme for investment clients.

Closing date:

5 Apr 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra - $20,000
  • The Massive Company Trust - $15,000
  • Indian Ink Theatre Company Ltd - $5,000
  • New Zealand Festival - $20,000
  • Dunedin Symphony Orchestra - $15,000

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Up to $3,000 in matched funding to implement a project identified through the coaching and aligned with a digital strategy.

Closing date:

5 Apr 2019

Latest recipients:

  • NZ Choral Federation Inc - $3,000
  • Tauranga Arts Festival - $3,000

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This partnership between Creative New Zealand and Foundation North offers selected arts organisations the opportunity to apply for funding towards the salary costs of a fundraising staff placement.

Closing date:

5 Apr 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Nightsong - $25,000
  • Objectspace Trust - $25,000

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Up to twenty grants of $5,000 each are available for selected organisations to support a professional development opportunity for staff in positions across the organisation. This could include training within the domestic or international arts sector to remain updated on relevant trends, arts or industry practice, leadership development or another identified area.

Closing date:

5 Apr 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Jo Bond - $5,000
  • The Basement Theatre Trust - $5,000
  • Blue Oyster Gallery - $5,000
  • SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music - $4,196
  • Atamira Dance Collective - $5,000

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Supporting Māori artists to collaborate with international indigenous artists in creating new work or redeveloping an existing work. This is an opportunity to exchange ideas, artistic techniques and cultural practices.

Closing date:

31 Mar 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Nga Aho, Desna Whaanga-Schollum - $21,323
  • TOHU - symbol in motion - $45,575

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Arts Grants help New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to create and distribute their work. Decisions take 9 weeks and typically one in four applications get funded.

Closing date:

29 Mar 2019

Latest recipients:

  • The Modern Maori Quartet Ltd - $32,690
  • Java Dance Company Ltd - $30,000
  • Tainui Waka Tourism Inc - $32,130
  • Clerestory Press - $3,000
  • Toitoi Media LImited - $28,000

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This fund supports young people aged 15-25 to lead high-quality arts projects by, with and for other young people with a focus on participation and/or access for young people from under represented communities.

Closing date:

1 Mar 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Nahyeon Lee, Sharu Loves Hats - $10,000
  • Emily Muli - $9,116
  • Maoriland Charitable Trust, Ariah Kapa - $9,910
  • Aloalii Tapu - $9,808

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This fund supports artists/organisations to provide opportunities for young people aged 10-14 to participate in high-quality arts activities. It's aimed at developing creative potential, focusing on under-represented communities.

Closing date:

1 Mar 2019

Latest recipients:

  • TAPAC The Auckland Performing Arts Centre - $11,150
  • ĀKAU Foundation - $49,500
  • Hawke's Bay Arts Festival T/A Creative Hastings - $27,890
  • Virtuoso Strings Charitable Trust - $65,000

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This fund supports established organisations that want to provide opportunities for people aged 15-25 to engage in high-quality arts experiences with a focus on under-represented communities.

Closing date:

1 Mar 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Zeal Education Trust - $63,436
  • Otautahi Creative Spaces - $62,400
  • Creative Waikato - $62,080
  • Corban Estate Arts Centre - $43,870
  • The NZ Book Council Inc - $25,755

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