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Tāonga Pūoro To Reside at New Zealand School of Music - Te Kōkī30 Jan 2022
Taonga pūoro artist and practitioner Jerome Kavanagh has been announced as the 2022 Creative New Zealand/School of Music—Te Kōkī Composer-in-residence.
Longlists for New Zealand’s premier literary awards revealed27 Jan 2022
Books exploring politics, fashion, social change, war, contested histories and family relationships sit alongside works celebrating our natural world and the enduring legacies of our activists and artists in the longlists for the 2022 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
Six Kiwi arts practitioners chosen for Trans-Tasman digital collaboration13 Jan 2022
Congratulations to the six New Zealand-based arts practitioners chosen for the inaugural Digital Fellowship Program, an opportunity to collaborate with each other and six Australia-based arts practitioners to explore and co-develop their digital practice.
He Maimai Aroha ki a Muriwai Ihakara10 Jan 2022
Taku manawa e kakapa nei, E kakapa ana ki ngä whetū, Ki te marama ka tau nei ki te rua. Kātahi au ka kite i te hē, Kātahi au ka kite i te mate. Ko taku tau kahurangi, ka riro ki Paerau, ki te huihuinga o te Kahurangi. Ka oti atu rā koutou ki te pō. E Muriwai ko koe rā kua rere atu ki...
All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tātou 2022 - the digital tour16 Dec 2021
Introducing: All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tātou – the digital tour.
Opening new pathways for international practice16 Dec 2021
Our world is rapidly changing and leading us to think and work in new ways.
Creative New Zealand Funding Workshops: All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tātou16 Dec 2021
Nau mai haere mai ki tēnei hui whakarite tono pūtea.
Creative New Zealand thrilled with Boosted X Moana success10 Dec 2021
Through its Pacific Arts Strategy, Creative New Zealand is proud to have supported another 15 powerful Pasifika arts projects in 2021 and is thrilled with the success of its Boosted X Moana initiative.
Pasifika rangatahi to champion Talanoa through podcasts10 Dec 2021
Through its Pacific Arts Strategy, Creative New Zealand is excited to support seven young Pasifika creatives to share meaningful conversations about Pasifika lives, in Talanoa delivered through podcasts to champion traditional practice and inspire their communities.
Latest audience research contributes to a decade of insights9 Dec 2021
Central to the recently released Audience Atlas Aotearoa 2020 research is the goal of helping artists, arts and cultural organisations understand the needs, value and potential of the culture market.