Who got funded

This fund supports emerging Māori artists or practitioners at an early stage of their career to undertake an arts project.

Closing date:

11 May 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Sidney Tamati - $20,000
  • Waitahi McGee - $12,380

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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:

11 May 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Christopher Bailey - $43,100
  • Evangelina Telfar - $9,500
  • Phillipa Desmond - $24,000
  • Second Company - $32,852
  • Tardigrade World - $74,715

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This fund supports researching, developing and/or creating new artwork in the digital space to be experienced by global audiences. The aim of the fund is to amplify innovative digital arts practice and encourage exploration and experimentation. It does this by supporting the development of new, high-quality digital artwork for global audiences.

Closing date:

9 May 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Joanna Cook - $63,253
  • Suzanne Tamaki - $142,290
  • Celia Harrison - $10,500
  • Te Tuhi Contemporary Art Trust - $73,586
  • Walter Langelaar - $45,000

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This fund offers grants to support individual artists and arts practitioners to develop skills that increase their career sustainability and future-proof their business practice. Individual artists and arts practitioners can apply for activities that help them remain relevant to audiences and communities and become more resilient to changing environments.

Closing date:

13 Apr 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Justin Benn - $9,209
  • Marcus McShane - $8,544
  • Vanessa Immink - $10,000
  • Paul Bradley - $9,980
  • Maggie Buxton - $9,835

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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:

8 Apr 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Earth's End Publishing - $5,000
  • Toi Ngapuhi - $70,500
  • QCT - $75,000
  • Southern Mother - $11,470
  • Interisland Collective - $46,500

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Closing date:

11 Mar 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Te Kono Matauranga a Te Whare Pora, Victoria Pirihi - $75,000
  • Karl Leonard - $48,350
  • Te Takinga Marae Trust - $63,600
  • MOKO ORA INCORPORATED - $73,730
  • Pare Hauraki Collective , Nikky Fisher - $67,720

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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:

11 Feb 2022

Latest recipients:

  • Praying Mantis Productions - $75,000
  • Tala Pasifika Productions - $45,192
  • Elizabeth Farrell - $16,000
  • Te Tuhi Contemporary Art Trust - $74,560
  • Hanako Chatani - $21,150

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The Resilience Fund provides emergency support for organisations receiving multi-year funding (under our Tōtara and Kahikatea programmes) that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. This funding round is to help organisations stabilise their business and remain viable up to 31 December 2021, in response to flow-on impacts of New Zealand moving to Alert Level 4 in August 2021 due to the Delta variant. It’s partially funded by the Government’s COVID-19 Delta Relief Funding package announced in September.

Closing date:

31 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Auckland Theatre Company Limited - $578,470
  • BATS Theatre Limited - $33,585
  • Bridget Williams Books - $73,079
  • Capital E - Live - $69,038
  • Christchurch Symphony Trust - $159,890

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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:

29 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Ted Synnott - $19,342
  • Mixit - $30,000
  • Goldsmith Baynes - $56,078
  • Mohamed Hassan - $7,100
  • PAYPA/ASSITEJ Aotearoa New Zealand, Beth Taylor, Jenny Wake - $20,500

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This fund supports in-person/physical, digital or hybrid international presentations of work that are the result of one of Creative New Zealand's international initiatives. This includes adapting existing work to respond to this international presentation opportunity.

Closing date:

29 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • A Slightly Isolated Dog Ltd. - $50,000
  • Birmingham Organising Committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games - $50,000
  • Brisbane Writers Festival - $50,000
  • Julia Croft - $33,552
  • Indian Ink Theatre Company Limited - $38,798

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This fund supports emerging Māori artists or practitioners at an early stage of their career to undertake an arts project.

Closing date:

29 Oct 2021

Latest recipients:

  • Te Arohanui Korewha - $8,960
  • Faith Henare-Stewart - $10,000
  • Zak Martin - $11,000

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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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