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Creative New Zealand encourages, promotes and supports the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders through funding, capability building, our international programme and advocacy.
Creative New Zealand is looking for nominations for external peer assessors to join our pool of assessors for the next calendar year from March 2020.
The Suffrage 125 Fund will support high quality arts projects recognising the contribution to women’s rights by women from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Te Waka Toi Awards 2018 recognise 12 of the country's distinguished and influential Maori artists for their contribution to Nga Toi Maori
Five of New Zealand’s leading Māori and Pasifika writers will be showcasing their work in the United Kingdom next month (November) alongside the high profile Oceania art exhibition in London.
Winners announced for the 2018 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement
Creative New Zealand has launched a new online tool as a best practice guide for community arts projects in Aotearoa New Zealand: Keteparaha Mō Ngā Toi Hapori, or the Community Arts Toolkit.
New Zealand confirms Dane Mitchell’s exhibition venue and title for Biennale Arte 2019 in Venice
More New Zealand artists will be inspired by New Zealand’s natural environment and cultural heritage with the continuation of a successful Creative New Zealand partnership with the Department of Conse
Biljana Popovic 2018/2019 recipient of Creative New Zealand's Visual Arts Residency.
Call for nominations for 2018 Prime Minister Awards
Vivienne Plumb, recipient of the Creative New Zealand Berlin Writer’s Residency for 2017/18
Some of New Zealand’s most talented Pacific artists were last night recognised for their contribution at the 2017 Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards.
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