Toi Rangatahi Leadership Fund 2019 | Round 2 Closing date: 26 Jul 2019

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.

Five grants totalling $48,877 have been offered to support projects by New Zealand artists and practitioners in this funding round. 23 applications were received, with a total of $243,063 requested.

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Funding recipients

Bernadine Gladding

Towards a theatre workshop series and staged reading, exploring and uncovering the identities of young Māori and Pasifika women through performance.

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AWARDED: $9,900

Chevron Te-Whetumatarau Hassett

Towards mentorship of six rangatahi focussing on providing quality arts-access and participation, cultural development and higher education.

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AWARDED: $10,000

Connor Masseurs

Towards a two week hip-hop workshop for young people in Upper Hutt.

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AWARDED: $9,990

Katherine Winitana

Towards Project Whakatipuranga, a two-part programme to support rangatahi to develop their creative skills and empower leadership.

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AWARDED: $9,000

Tienete O'Connor

Towards a Zumba programme integrating traditional Kiribati dance actions with contemporary and hip hop dance movements.

This content is tagged as Pacific arts .

AWARDED: $9,987