Who got funded

Toi Ake is a funding initiative tailored to iwi, hapū, whakapapa-based roopu and maata waka to cultivate and retain heritage Ngā Toi Māori.

Closing date:

6 Sep 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Rangitane o Wairau - $75,000
  • Tumarangai Sciascia - $43,800

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Arts Grants offer short-term project funding for New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations. This funding enables more sustainable careers, encourages innovation and the development of arts practice, and provides opportunities for diverse communities to access the arts.

Closing date:

6 Sep 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Sylvan Thomson - $20,000
  • Pa’oa Revival Collective - $25,775
  • Yuki Kihara - $49,532
  • University of Canterbury - $18,000
  • Laura Preston - $11,984

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This fund supports contemporary Ngā Toi Māori work to tour regions in New Zealand with a significant Māori population. Areas to be toured should be outside Auckland and Wellington central business districts.

Closing date:

6 Sep 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Taki Rua Productions Society Inc - $85,000
  • Te Rakau Hua O Te Wao Tapu Trust - $65,000

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This fund supports young people aged 15-25 to lead high-quality arts projects by, with and for other young people with a focus on participation and/or access for young people from under represented communities.

Closing date:

26 Jul 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Tienete O'Connor - $9,987
  • Chevron Te-Whetumatarau Hassett - $10,000
  • Bernadine Gladding - $9,900
  • Katherine Winitana - $9,000
  • Connor Masseurs - $9,990

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This fund supports those that have received invitations to present and tour internationally as a result of one of our international initiatives. There is also support for attending and showcasing at performing arts markets.

Closing date:

5 Jul 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Eleanor Bishop - $3,498
  • Atamira Dance Collective - $3,500
  • Nic Lane - $3,500
  • Good Company Arts - $3,500
  • New Zealand Dance Company - $50,000

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Supporting New Zealand-based dealer galleries and craft/object designers and companies to participate in reputable international art fairs. The focus is on increasing the sale of New Zealand craft/object and visual artworks in offshore markets.

Closing date:

5 Jul 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Bowerbank Ninow - $10,000
  • Auckland Print Studio - $2,720
  • Gow Langsford Gallery - $10,000
  • {Suite} Gallery - $6,000
  • Jonathan Smart - $5,563

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Support towards projects that increases opportunities for young New Zealanders (12-24 years) in Northland to engage in (by, with or for) high-quality arts experiences.

Closing date:

24 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Sistema Whangarei - Toi Akorangi - $13,965
  • Creative Northland - $23,680

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This fund supports the development of new, high-quality New Zealand work for presentation in targeted territories in Asia.

Closing date:

17 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd. - $67,600
  • Hye Rim Lee - $57,370

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This initiative supports established New Zealand performing arts practitioners to build their international capability and networks by experiencing the Edinburgh festivals in 2019.

Closing date:

17 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd. - $200
  • Taki Rua Productions Society Inc - $3,400
  • Helena-Jane Kilkelly - $3,400
  • Karin McCracken - $3,400
  • Zoe Nicholson - $3,400

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57 New Zealand arts organisations are confirmed in Creative New Zealand’s Toi Uru Kahikatea programme from 2020 following Arts Council approval in July 2019.

Closing date:

3 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Arts Festival Dunedin - $137,000
  • Arts On Tour NZ - $705,000
  • Atamira Dance Collective - $1,562,000
  • Auckland University Press - $210,000
  • Auckland Writers and Readers Festival Charitable Trust - $330,000

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23 New Zealand arts organisations are confirmed in Creative New Zealand’s Toi Tōtara Haemata programme from 2020 following Arts Council approval in July 2019.

Closing date:

3 May 2019

Latest recipients:

  • Capital E - Live - $1,576,000
  • Chamber Music New Zealand Trust - $2,700,000
  • Choirs Aotearoa New Zealand Trust - $1,180,628
  • Christchurch Symphony Trust - $2,700,000
  • Enjoy Public Art Gallery Trust - $625,435

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Up to $3,000 in matched funding to implement a project identified through the coaching and aligned with a digital strategy.

Closing date:

5 Apr 2019

Latest recipients:

  • NZ Choral Federation Inc - $3,000
  • Tauranga Arts Festival - $3,000

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