Arts Regional Trust
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The Arts Regional Trust : Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi is an arts and creative industries development agency and a leading investor in growing entrepreneurship in Auckland’s creative sector.
The City Councils of Auckland and Manukau created the Arts Regional Trust Te Taumata Toi-a–iwi (ART) in 2000 to manage and grow their combined share of funds provided through the disestablishment of Auckland Regional Services Trust.
To date, ART has invested in a number of significant projects in partnership with other organisations such as the city councils of the Auckland region, universities and government agencies.
Our big idea
(ART) is growing entrepreneurship in Auckland’s creative sector to generate cultural and economic outcomes that benefit the Auckland Region.
Curator Nolwenn Hugain-Lacire introduces the artists at Survive & Thrive 2013 who are responding to the challenge 'So, it's the future already, all ready?'
Money can be the cause of sleepless nights - usually because there's not enough of it. But knowing where you are financially and having a plan can help take away some of the stress.
Trying to “get motivated” can often make matters worse. The real problem isn’t that you don’t feel like taking action.
How can those of us outside traditional career paths (and we are increasingly common) measure success?
Sole Trader? Partnership? Shareholders? Company? What’s that all about? Arts manager and chartered secretary Yee Yang 'Square' Lee helps unravel the mystery.
ART Venture, a unique acceleration programme for entrepreneurial people working in Auckland’s creative sector is on the lookout for its next intake of participants.
You've made that piece, created that performance, written that song and now people need to see, try and buy. That means someone needs to sell and that someone is probably YOU.