These organisations agreed new contracts for key roles they fulfil as part of the Toi Tōtara Haemata investment programme. This programme provides funding for two to five years for organisations to fill specific key roles in creating, presenting, distributing or encouraging participation in high-quality New Zealand arts experiences.
To provide professional development and information services to ensure the creation and distribution of high-quality work across a range of artforms.
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2014: $278,000 2015: $278,000
To deliver elements of the key roles for dance, Maori arts, Pasifika arts, orchestral presentations, chamber music, visual arts, choral music, theatre (including Maori and Pasifika theatre) and opera.
This content is tagged as Pan-artform festivals .
2014: $350,000 2015: $350,000
To create and present experimental and excellent work by young and emerging New Zealand theatre practitioners.
This content is tagged as Theatre .
2014: $205,000 2015: $205,000
To deliver an integrated programme of activity that works in partnership with publishers and other organisations and institutions to promote the reading and writing of high-quality New Zealand literature.
This content is tagged as Literature .
To create, present, distribute and participate in consistently high-quality Pasifika craft/object and visual arts. To deliver professional development services and initiatives for Pasifika practitioners, and provide and deliver services to Pasifika arts, artists, audiences and participants.
This content is tagged as Pacific arts .
To create, present and distribute high-quality contemporary New Zealand dance, including Maori and Pasifika dance.
This content is tagged as Dance .