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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.
International delegates to receive a bespoke introduction to New Zealand arts
Seven projects ranging from a musical about Dominion Road to an exhibition featuring comic artworks will receive a total of $400,000 in the second round of the Auckland Diversity Project.
Creative New Zealand has awarded 82 grants worth a total of $2,079,143 in its latest Arts Grants funding round.
Exceptional talent recognised with 2016 Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards.
Four leading heritage artists from Tokelau will be demonstrating artistic skills and sharing knowledge as part of a Pacific cultural and artistic exchange coinciding with Tokelau Language Week.
Festivals and art institutions in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and Singapore are inviting New Zealand artists to collaborate, develop their networks and present their work.
The recipients of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement for 2016 have been announced.
Sponsorship announced for Lisa Reihana exhibition at 2017 Venice Biennale.
A diverse range of New Zealand shows and artists made their presence felt at the Edinburgh festivals this August winning awards and receiving strong reviews.
Tohunga, artists and community leaders honoured for their contributions to preserving and helping to secure the future of high-quality ngā toi Māori at the Creative New Zealand Te Waka Toi Awards.
A total of 104 grants worth $526,349 have been offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations in Creative New Zealand’s latest Quick Response funding round.
A wide range of individual practitioners and arts organisations came together on 21 July for the Auckland Diversity Project hui.
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