New dates for All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tatou

16 Dec 2021

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All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tatou is coming to a town near you in March 2022!

After pressing pause on this regional road trip in September, The Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi and Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa are thrilled to announce new dates for All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tātou.  

The arts are making an important contribution to everyday life in communities across the motu and you're invited to join us as we bring together likely (and unlikely!) arts lovers to tell us how the arts make a difference to their lives.

While our hope is that we can connect kanohi ki te kanohi (in person), safety will be our number one priority. We’ll closely monitor traffic light settings, vaccination levels, and community interest in hosting events in person. We have a plan in place to move to a digital event, if necessary, on a region-by-region basis.  We’ll make our decision on whether we gather in person or digitally two weeks out from the events, and clearly communicate any changes.

Vaccine Passes will be required for entry to each event. 

Visit the Art Foundation's website for more information.

As part of All in for Arts: He waka toi e eke noa nei tātou, Creative New Zealand is delivering a series of funding workshops around the motu in March 2022. 

Led by Richard Knowles, Manager, Funding Services, these free workshops will focus on the application and assessment processes for funding applications to Creative New Zealand, primarily Arts Grants. Find out more on our website