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Annual Report 2019/20 for the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New Zealand), year ending 30 June 2020. The report has information on our role and environment, the year in review, and organisational and financial performance.

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The Statement of Intent sets out Creative New Zealand’s ten year strategic direction, to achieve a vision of ‘dynamic and resilient New Zealand arts, valued in Aotearoa and internationally’. It describes how we create value for New Zealanders through our support for the arts, and what we need to do to increase that value and ensure all New Zealanders – regardless of where they live and who they are – share in those benefits.

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The Statement of Intent sets out Creative New Zealand’s medium-term strategic direction, to achieve a vision of ‘dynamic and resilient New Zealand arts, valued in Aotearoa and internationally’.

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Annual Report 2018/19 for the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New Zealand), year ending 30 June 2019. The report has information on our role and environment, the year in review, and organisational and financial performance.

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This strategy clearly outlines the direction that Creative New Zealand’s investment in the arts will take from 2018 to 2023. It will allow the Arts Council to develop an arts investment portfolio fit for the future needs of the arts in New Zealand.

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Our vision is for Ngā Toi Māori to be visible everywhere and highly valued as part of New Zealand’s distinct identity, which is admired globally. Our Māori arts strategy sets out how we will join with others and effect change ourselves, building a stronger sector to advance and increase public engagement with the broad range of ngā toi Māori, both customary and contemporary. We acknowledge the guiding hands of the statutory Komiti Māori and the many artists and practitioners, leaders, change agents and advocates who contributed their time, aroha, whakaaro and wairua to inform this strategy.

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The Statement of Performance Expectations describes Creative New Zealand’s planned activity, performance targets and forecast financial information for the current financial year. Updated March 2021.

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The Statement of Performance Expectations describes Creative New Zealand’s planned activity, performance targets and forecast financial information for the current financial year.

The discussion document sets out the draft strategic direction which will help prioritise how Creative New Zealand uses its funding and resources for the next four years. The document includes the vision, purpose, values, goals and the outcomes that Creative New Zealand will embrace and aim to achieve.

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Creative New Zealand’s Pacific Arts Strategy 2018-2023 sets out how it will prioritise its investment in the development of Pacific Arts over the next five years. Developed in consultation with the Pacific Arts community, its vision is of a powerful future Pacific Arts sector that is led by passionate and skilled Pasifika people, for Aotearoa, Te Moana-nui-a-Kiva and the world. The strategy will apply to all of Creative New Zealand’s programmes and policies, including arts funding, investments, arts grants, international capability and advocacy programmes.

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The Pacific Arts Strategy implementation plan outlines key actions and priorities being delivered to the strategy's mid-point, to December 2020.

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