Toi Rangatahi Engagement Fund | Round 1 Closed: 1 Mar 2019

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.

Twelve grants totalling $554,308 have been offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations in this funding round. 61 applications were received, with a total of $2,280,558 requested.

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Funding recipients

Corban Estate Arts Centre

To the Kākano Youth Arts Collective towards the visual arts programme 'Te Kotinga Pūkenga Project'.

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AWARDED: $43,870

Creative Waikato

Towards a regional arts mentoring programme for rangatahi Māori within small townships of Waikato.

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AWARDED: $62,080

Fresh Movement Arts Trust

Towards 'Battlezone 2019', a dance battle and dance class event in Auckland.

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AWARDED: $22,220

Mixit

To train alumni to co-facilitate youth workshops, run a 3-day workshop in Hamilton, and evaluate and seed regional options.

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AWARDED: $23,246

Otautahi Creative Spaces

Towards creative pathways for rangatahi in Ōtautahi Christchurch who have complex mental health needs.

This content is tagged as Visual arts .

AWARDED: $62,400

Pushing Arts In Nz Trust - PAINT

Towards Street Prints Mauao 2019, an international street art festival in the Bay of Plenty providing workshops and art activations with young people.

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AWARDED: $45,000

Taki Rua Productions Society Inc

Towards a national pilot programme to develop te reo Māori playwrighting with Māori medium students age 15-18.

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AWARDED: $51,300

Te Tuhi

Towards 'Young Creatives: Te Tuhi Futures', a peer-led project for young people who are not engaged in the arts to work collaboratively with artists.

This content is tagged as Visual arts .

AWARDED: $16,000

Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Deahne Lakatani, Whau The People

Towards a rangatahi-led programme of workshops and exhibitions in Auckland.

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AWARDED: $65,000

The 312 Hub

Towards the 'Back to Basics' 10 week after-school creative arts programme designed especially for rangatahi in Onehunga.

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AWARDED: $65,000

The NZ Book Council Inc

To deliver writing programmes in Oranga Tamariki residences.

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AWARDED: $25,755

Zeal Education Trust

To develop a replicable and sustainable model of delivery to bring high quality arts experiences to vulnerable young people in Ōtaki.

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AWARDED: $63,436