First World War Centenary (WW100) Co-Commissioning Fund round 3 Closing date: 2 Feb 2015

Over $339,000 has been offered to 5 new arts projects which focus on the impact of the First World War on New Zealand as a nation. Supported projects will be presented across New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, France, England, Scotland and Turkey and cover a range of art forms.

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Funding recipients

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

For Ross Harris and Vincent O'Sullivan to devise 'Face' - a semi-staged music theatre work for orchestra soloists and chorus.

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AWARDED: $220,000

Janet Jennings

For the composition and production of ANZACs - A Generation Lost in Legend a large musical setting for choirs soloists and instrumentalists of war poetry from the perspectives of New Zealand boys leaving their families for the front.

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AWARDED: $55,000

John Rae

For a new jazz work Dulce et Decorum est inspired by the Wilfred Owen poem of the same name.

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AWARDED: $25,000

Long Cloud Youth Theatre

For the play Dead Men's Wars about the legacy World War 1 has left for young people in the contemporary world.

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AWARDED: $8,000

New Zealand Cook Islands Arts Collective

For the exhibition Lest We Forget the 500 Cook Islands Soldiers. The work commemorates the 500 Cook Islands men who left from Rarotonga to serve in WW1.

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AWARDED: $30,000