Who got funded

We have extended the contracts of 17 New Zealand arts organisations in the Toi Uru Kahikatea programme.

Closing date:

26 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Bridget Williams Books - $115,260
  • Dunedin Arts Festival - $109,140
  • Indian Ink Theatre Company - $326,400
  • Michael King Writers Centre - $86,700
  • Orchestras Central - $142,800

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The Tolu Wave fund provides up to two-years of funding for eligible Pasifika festivals across Aotearoa to help them continue operating through the ongoing disruptions due to COVID-19.

Closing date:

15 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Pasifika Festival Villages Charitable Trust - $200,000
  • Pasifika Festival Villages Charitable Trust - $200,000
  • Polynesian Entertainers Limited, Lightbox Projects - $184,847
  • Polynesian Entertainers Limited, Lightbox Projects - $182,000
  • Northern Regional Polyfest - $76,206

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This fund supports marae, hapū, iwi, whakapapa-based rōpū and mātāwaka to protect, cultivate and retain mātauranga Māori related to heritage ngā toi Māori (Māori arts) and foster their distinctive arts and cultural practices.

Closing date:

1 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Te Tautoko Ora - $47,220
  • Nga Taniwha O Muriwhenua - $65,000
  • HOEA Gallery and Arts Centre - $74,753
  • Kauaetangohia Marae Trust - $5,950
  • Papatoi Limited - $50,050

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Arts Grants offer short-term project funding for New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations (including groups and collectives). 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:

15 Sep 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Sarah Johnson, Deborah Hinde - $4,000
  • Nelson Fringe Arts Charitable Trust - $19,600
  • Ira Collectives - $75,000
  • Lagi-Maama Academy & Consultancy - $74,900
  • Stroma New Music Trust - $74,230

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Closing date:

10 Sep 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu - $46,415
  • Upsurge Festival - $69,525
  • Little Andromeda - $74,700
  • Vaughan Rapatahana - $59,000
  • Kennett Bros - $15,000

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Annual Arts Grants offer funding to enable artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to present a regular or continuous programme of activity over a 12-month period and/or produce or present a significant event or project.

Closing date:

13 Aug 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Borderline Arts Ensemble - $150,000
  • Cora-Allan Wickliffe - $110,251
  • Te Koki New Zealand School of Music - $122,840
  • Wellington Treasure Trust - $125,750
  • The Spinoff - $110,600

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This fund provides support for existing Pasifika-led festivals with a track record of success that have a long-term strategic focus. Funding can be used for building the capability needs of your organisation in the areas of governance, leadership, digital capacity and festival staffing.

Closing date:

9 Jul 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Pasifika in the Bay Trust - $30,000
  • Fe'unu Koula Global Academy of Tongan Arts, Dance & Culture Ltd - $30,000
  • Miharo Murihiku Trust - $24,700
  • Rotorua Pacific Islands Development Charitable Trust - $29,250
  • Polynesian Entertainers Limited, Lightbox Projects - $22,112

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The Resilience Fund round two provided support for existing investment clients who were impacted by the COVID-19 alert level changes that occurred in February and March 2021.

Closing date:

1 Jun 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Arts On Tour NZ - $3,300
  • Indian Ink Theatre Company Limited - $8,800
  • Red Leap Theatre Charitable Trust - $18,740
  • Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ Trust - $4,600
  • The Court Theatre Trust - $46,731

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The Tasi 21 Wave of the Pasifika Festivals Fund is a contestable fund for support for eligible Pasifika festivals to present a festival in the 2021 calendar year. Tasi 21 addresses the impacts of COVID-19 so that eligible Pasifika festivals who are unable to secure sufficient funding to stage a festival in 2021 can receive a funding contribution.

Closing date:

31 May 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Kia Mau Festival - $166,802
  • Polyfest Trust - $498,185
  • Pasifika Festival Villages Charitable Trust - $135,600
  • Miharo Murihiku Trust - $134,851
  • Pasifika Pride Educators - $29,000

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This fund supports marae, hapū, iwi, whakapapa-based rōpū and mātāwaka to protect, cultivate and retain mātauranga Māori related to heritage ngā toi Māori (Māori arts) and foster their distinctive arts and cultural practices.

Closing date:

21 May 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Ngati Tawhirikura Hapu Charitable Trust - $57,915
  • Pirirakau Incorporated Society - $75,000
  • Kapowai Whakairo - $61,872
  • Papatoi Limited - $61,280
  • Ngatiwai Trust Board , Chloe Weavers - $57,185

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Arts Grants offer short-term project funding for New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations (including groups and collectives). 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:

21 May 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Ioannis Psathas - $26,950
  • Sophia Smolenski - $38,959
  • Brilliant Adventures - $75,000
  • Aotearoa Digital Arts Network - $38,843
  • Eddie Elliott - $75,000

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The Local Government Arts Fund is designed to assist councils to support the resilience and recovery of local arts organisations affected by COVID-19.

Closing date:

14 May 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Ruapehu District Council - $30,000
  • Whakatane District Council - $30,000
  • Manawatu District Council - $27,110
  • Rotorua Lakes Council - $50,000
  • Nelson City Council - $30,000

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