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Who got funded

Quick Response Grants help New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to create and distribute their work.

Closing date:

30 Jun 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Paolo Rotondo - $7,500
  • Louise Potiki Bryant - $7,490
  • Anau Melie Women Development Group - $3,264
  • Creative Bay of Plenty - $4,100
  • Good Company Arts - $7,482

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

Closing date:

23 Jun 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Muscle Mouth - $16,693
  • Modern Māori Quartet - $29,405
  • Julia Croft - $10,204
  • Pataka - $45,500

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This fund supports projects by Māori artists working collaboratively with other indigenous artists creating new work or redeveloping existing work. It is part of our International Programme.

Closing date:

2 Jun 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Jack Gray - $29,000
  • Rob Ruha - $34,000
  • Henare Brooking, Mokoira - $23,165

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The contracts of 9 arts organisations have been extended with a total investment of $12,226,750.

Closing date:

20 May 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra - $5,276,750
  • Chamber Music New Zealand Trust - $1,700,000
  • DANZ Dance Aotearoa New Zealand - $700,000
  • New Zealand String Quartet Trust - $586,000
  • SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music - $630,000

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20 New Zealand arts organisations have had their contracts extended to a total value of $9,090,413.

Closing date:

12 May 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Arts Festival Taranaki Charitable Trust TAFT - $150,000
  • Atamira Dance Collective - $605,000
  • Blue Oyster Gallery - $257,940
  • Bridget Williams Books - $116,000
  • Christchurch Symphony Trust - $1,598,000

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17 New Zealand arts organisations are receiving funding worth $2,319,199 between 2018 and 2020.

Closing date:

12 May 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Arts Festival Dunedin - $125,000
  • Auckland University Press - $61,500
  • Barbarian Productions - $151,515
  • Gecko Press - $64,400
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery Len Lye Centre - $97,640

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​This opportunity supports Māori performing art producers, presenters and strategic partners to participate in the First Nations Producers Exchange.

Closing date:

12 Apr 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Nancy Brunning - $2,000
  • Amber Curreen - $1,550
  • Sonni Tukiwaho - $1,550
  • Tawata Productions - $2,700

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Closing date:

12 Apr 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Nigel Borell - $5,500

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

Closing date:

24 Mar 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Barnaby Duncan - $4,291
  • Betsy and Mana Productions - $20,210
  • Zanetti Productions - $11,214
  • Zanetti Productions - $11,656
  • Trick of Light - $16,194

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92 grants worth a total $2,032,544 were awarded. A high number of applications were received with $7,486,318 in total requested by 248 applicants.

Closing date:

10 Mar 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Java Dance Company Ltd - $38,425
  • Ian Wedde - $25,000
  • Margot Schwass - $16,185
  • Jasmine Horton - $5,125
  • Ceramics Education International Residency - $40,000

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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:

3 Mar 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Hopkinson Mossman - $13,892
  • Resident Ltd - $20,000
  • Bartley + Company - $14,116

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Quick Response Grants help New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to create and distribute their work.

Closing date:

3 Feb 2017

Latest recipients:

  • Victoria University Wellington Foundation - $7,500
  • SaVAge K'Lub - $2,800
  • Virginia Leonard - $6,000
  • Yuki Kihara - $6,519
  • Barry Te Whatu - $5,847

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