International Market Development Fund 2019 I Round 3 Closed: 1 Nov 2019

This fund supports international presentations (tours and exhibitions) that are the result of one of our international initiatives. It also supports delegates to attend or showcase at international performing arts markets.

Ten grants totalling $215,923 have been offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations in this funding round. All applications that were received were funded.

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Funding recipients

A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd.

Towards touring Jekyll and Hyde and Don Juan to 11 Australian venues in 2020.

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AWARDED: $45,800

A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd.

For Leo Gene Peters to represent A Slightly Isolated Dog as a delegate at The APAP/NYC Arts Market/Conference.

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AWARDED: $3,500

Biennale of Sydney

Towards Emily Karaka, Elisapeta Heta, and Kulimoe'anga 'Stone' Maka participating in the 22nd Biennale of Sydney.

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AWARDED: $19,728

Dane Mitchell

To exhibit elements of Venice Biennale project, Post hoc, in Germany.

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AWARDED: $21,450

Good Company Arts

Towards showcasing at TPAM 2020.

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AWARDED: $3,997

Java Dance Company Ltd

Towards presenting Back of the Bus tours to the Xintiandi Festival (5th Anniversary) in Shanghai.

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AWARDED: $7,950

Julia Croft

To tour Working On My Night Moves to the UK, Europe and China in 2020.

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AWARDED: $49,998

New Zealand Dance Company

Towards showcasing at ChinaSPAF 2020.

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AWARDED: $30,000

TOHU - symbol in motion

To attend Tokyo Performing Arts Market 2020.

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AWARDED: $3,500

Two Hearts

To present Two Hearts latest show at Edinburgh Fringe 2020.

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AWARDED: $30,000