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New Creative NZ funds opened this week

We thought we should highlight the newly-opened funds provided through Creative New Zealand that opened this week! What a Christmas treat. Check ’em out.

Funds opened this week, closing 7 February 2020

  • Auckland Diversity Fund
    • Supporting projects by arts organisations that engage with Māori, Pacific and Asian communities in the Auckland Region.
    • Up to $100,000.
  • Fundraising for the Arts: Staff Placements Fund
    • Selected arts organisations can apply for funding towards the salary costs of a fundraising staff placement.
    • Up to $50,000 per successful applicant.

Funds opened this week, closing 14 February 2020

  • International Market Development Fund 2020: Round 1
    • This fund supports international presentations (tours and exhibitions) that are the result of one of Creative New Zealand’s international initiatives. It also supports delegates to attend or showcase at international performing arts markets.
    • Amounts vary.
  • Toi Rangatahi Participation Fund
    • This fund supports artists and organisations to provide opportunities for young people aged 10-14 to participate in high-quality arts activities. It’s aimed at developing creative potential, focusing on under-represented communities.
    • Up to $65,000.
  • Toi Rangatahi Engagement Fund
    • This fund supports established organisations that want to provide opportunities for people aged 15-25 to engage in high-quality arts experiences with a focus on under-represented communities.
    • Up to $65,000.
  • Toi Rangatahi Leadership Fund
    • This fund supports young people aged 15-25 to lead high quality arts projects by, with and/or for other young people with a focus on participation and/or access for young people from under-represented communities.
    • Up to $10,000.

Funds opened this week, closing 28 February 2020

  • Arts Grants $10k – $75k
    • Arts Grants offer short-term project funding for New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations. This funding enables more sustainable careers, encourages innovation and the development of arts practice, and provides opportunities for diverse communities to access the arts.
    • Two Streams: $10,000 to $75,000 closes 28 February 2020; Up to $10,000 closes 3 April 2020.
  • NEW: Creative New Zealand Pasifika Curator Residency in partnership with Tautai
    • The first ever Pacific Curator Residency is set to take place in Brisbane in partnership with the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) and Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust.
  • NEW: Moana Nui a Kiva Fund – for collaborative arts projects between Aotearoa and Oceania
    • A new fund opened this month will support Pasifika artists based in Aotearoa to collaborate with communities in Oceania to research, develop and present their art.
    • A total of $480,000 is available in 2020.
  • Louis Johnson New Writer’s Bursary
    • The annual Louis Johnson New Writer’s Bursary provides a stipend that enables a published writer or playwright at an early stage of their career to create a new work.
    • Amounts vary.
  • Edwin Carr Foundation Scholarship 2020
    • The Edwin Carr Foundation Scholarship enables up to two outstanding New Zealand composers to further their music studies overseas.
    • Up to $20,000 in total, for up to two scholarships.
  • Jack McGill Music Scholarship 2020
    • The Jack McGill Music Scholarship supports young music practitioners who wish to further their music studies overseas. Priority is given to pianists.
    • Up to $6,500.
  • New Zealand/Aotearoa Music Scholarships 2020
    • The New Zealand/Aotearoa Music Scholarship enables up to two young musicians to undertake study or gain further musical experience at a tertiary institution in New Zealand or overseas.
    • Up to $16,000 in total for up to two scholarships.
  • Toi Ake Fund
    • The Toi Ake Fund is an initiative tailored to iwi, hapū, whakapapa-based rōpū and mātāwaka to cultivate and retain heritage ngā toi Māori.
    • Between $10,000 – $75,000.

Funds opened this week, closing 3 April 2020

  • Arts Grants up to $10k
    • Arts Grants offer short-term project funding for New Zealand artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations. This funding enables more sustainable careers, encourages innovation and the development of arts practice, and provides opportunities for diverse communities to access the arts.
    • Two Streams: $10,000 to $75,000 closes 28 February 2020; Up to $10,000 closes 3 April 2020.
  • Toi Tipu Toi Rea – Emerging Māori Artist Grant
    • The Toi Tipu Toi Rea Fund supports Māori artists or practitioners, at an early stage of their career, to undertake an arts project.
    • Up to $10,000.

NEW funds opening in 2020

  • Ngā Toi ā Rohe: new fund focusing on arts in the regions to open in 2020 – opens 9 March 2020
    • The Ngā Toi ā Rohe, Arts in the Region Fund is set to open in March 2020, focusing on incentivising arts programming and the development of new work in partnership with communities outside the main centres of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
    • A total of $550,000 is available each year.
  • Annual Arts Grants (present a regular or continuous programme of activity over 12-months and/or produce or present a significant event/project) – opens 14 April 2020
    • Annual Arts Grants funding enables artists, arts practitioners and arts organisations to:
      • present a regular or continuous programme of activity over a 12-month period, AND / OR
      • produce or present a significant event or project.
  • See our new funding calendar to June 2020 for other opportunities
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