Funding, Awards, Grants & Scholarships

Opportunities open for creatives in New Zealand. Take the leap and get applying; your future success awaits.

Keep an eye on our calendar to keep up to date with awards, scholarship, grants and other funding opportunity dates for creatives.

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DEVELOPING A SUSTAINABLE FUNDING METHOD

Notes from a workshop delivered by Exult to not for profit organisations

These notes discuss the seven potential income streams and how to develop them sustainably. Visit Exult’s website to check out their upcoming workshops.

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Community Arts

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MATCH FUND

The Community Development Match Fund helps groups deliver neighbourhood projects that help build strong, innovative and vibrant communities. Small Match Fund Grants of up to $1000 can be applied for at any time, and Medium Match Fund grants (up to $10,000) are considered twice per year.

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COMMUNITY EVENT FUND

If you have a great community event in mind and need some financial support to realise your idea, our community event fund may be able to assist.

The fund provides limited financial support to one-off or recurring community-focused and/or community-led events that deliver good social outcomes for our diverse community and encourage civic pride.

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EVENT SUPPORT FUND

This fund is designed to provide limited financial support to a wide range of one-off or recurring event activities and initiatives in Tauranga. Consider it an intermediary step between our community and major event funds.

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LEGACY EVENT FUND

The legacy event fund provides ongoing financial support to events that have proven longevity and are important to the cultural and social identity of Tauranga.

This fund is committed to supporting events that create and cultivate a strong sense of community pride and actively engage with residents and visitors, to showcase Tauranga as an exciting place to live, work, play and visit.

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MAJOR EVENT FUND

The major event fund is designed to attract, grow and enhance major events that add to the vibrancy and economic growth of the city.

Major events will showcase Tauranga as a premiere event destination and an exciting place to live, work, play and visit.

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CREATIVE COMMUNITIES SCHEME (CCS)

The scheme aims to increase participation from the local community in the arts sector, support the diversity of local cultural traditions and encourage and engage young people to participate in local arts. The term ‘arts’ is broadly defined to mean all forms of creative and interpretative expression.

  • 2 Rounds of funding a year
  • Seperate fund for Tauranga & Western Bay of Plenty

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NGĀ TOI ROHE –  ARTS IN THE REGION FUND 

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.

Organisations outside Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch will be eligible to apply for up to $150,000 for the development or presentation of new work within their region.

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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.

Amount up to $65,000

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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.

Amount up to $65,000

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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.

Amount up to $10,000

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COMMUNITY ORGANISATION GRANTS SCHEME

This scheme provides government-funded grants to support voluntary and not-for-profit organisations working in local communities and neighbourhoods.

COGS provides grants to non-profit community groups and organisations delivering community-based social services, projects and events. Grants are one-off contributions for:

  • the running or operational costs of organisations that provide community-based social services
  • community development costs, such as hui, training, planning, evaluation and facilitator fees
  • community projects or event costs that:encourage participation in communities
  • promote community leadership
  • promote social, economic and cultural equity.

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LOTTERY COMMUNITY GRANTS

Craft, Pottery, Ceramics, Jewellery, Glass

PORTAGE CERAMIC AWARDS

The Portage Ceramic Awards exhibition offers an annual update on the state of ceramic practices in New Zealand. Established in 2001, the awards are the country’s best-known showcase of current directions in the field, as well as future possibilities.

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BLUMHARDT FOUNDATION

Blumhardt Grants assist a small number of sector led projects that support one, or more, of the Foundation’s focus areas of engagement, professional development, presentation, public awareness, youth engagement.

This fund has a total of $10,000 available annually. On average, grants are between $2,000 and $5,000.

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WAICLAY NATIONAL CERAMICS AWARDS

Renowned for promoting excellence in ceramic art practice, the Waiclay National Ceramics Awards have been held every second year since 2001 and attract entries from the country’s most talented ceramic artists.

The awards and the exhibition helpes focus attention on ceramics as an art form in New Zealand, and provides welcome recognition for the winning artists.

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Dance

EILEEN MAY NORRIS DANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

The Eileen May Norris Dance Scholarships are awarded to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding dance talent in New Zealand with an appropriate university, polytechnic, dance school or academy, or for those dancing with a professional body or company.

The scholarship is open to individual dancers of any genre undertaking a specific dance project

Applications are invited annually and close on the 28th of February each year.

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DOROTHY DANIELS DANCE FOUNDATION GRANTS

Awarded to dance students, professional dancers, dance teachers and choreographers to progress their professional development.

There are two allocations of Dorothy Daniels Dance Foundation Grants annually. The closing dates for applications are on 1 April and 1 November each year.

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Film, Television, Broadcasting

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH SILENT FILM FESTIVAL 

The IYSFF competition challenges filmmakers from across America, Australia, NZ and United Emirates to create a 3 minute silent film set to 10 different musical scores created especially for the festival. The top films from NZ go through to the IYSFF International Award finals, held in Portland Oregon, in June 2020.

IYSFF was founded in 2009 by Jon (JP) Palanuk, with the vision of teaching young people the art of filmmaking, introducing a new generation to the mighty Wurlitzer and the world of Silent Cinema.

Aotearoa has a strong reputation in the competition, with films from Lynfield College and Taieri College taking home prizes in the international finals earlier this year.

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THE SCREENRIGHTS CULTURAL FUND

Not a production or development fund, the Screenrights Cultural Fund supports projects that foster the creation and appreciation of screen content in Australia and New Zealand.

The Fund awards up to $50,000 per initiative.

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NZ FILM COMMISSION

The New Zealand Film Commission provides grants, loans, and equity investment to New Zealand filmmakers and businesses to assist in the development and production of feature films and short films.

Their aim is to support the New Zealand film industry to make amazing, original, satisfying, and culturally significant New Zealand films. To be funded, projects generally need to have significant New Zealand content. To assess this, they look at factors such as the subject of the film and who is involved in the project.

Browse through a wide range of funding opportunities including funding for emerging and established filmmakers, businesses and organisations on their website.

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48 HOURS FILM MAKING COMPETITION

48Hours is NZ’s largest guerrilla filmmaking competition.

Filmmakers have one weekend to make a short film.

Filmmakers don’t know what genre (thriller/romance etc.) they will be shooting until the start of the competition. All creativity: writing, shooting, editing and adding a musical soundtrack, must occur within the 48Hour window beginning Friday evening at 7 pm and ending Sunday at 7 pm.

48Hours is a serious challenge for both first-time filmmakers through to experienced directors.

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NZ ON AIR – SCRIPTED AND FACTUAL FUNDING

Funding the development and production of local Scripted and Factual audiovisual content that reflects and develops New Zealand culture.

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Multi-disciplinary

THE ACORN FOUNDATION JANN MEDLICOTT CREATIVE ARTS SCHOLARSHIP

The Acorn Foundation Jann Medlicott Creative Arts Scholarship is valued at $2,000 and awarded annually to support the study of creative arts of any genre.

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WAIKATO UNIVERSITY – SIR EDMUND HILLARY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

The Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship Programme educates future leaders at the University of Waikato within the values of New Zealand’s greatest adventurer, Sir Edmund Hillary. With a Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship, you can pursue your passion while you study. If you have leadership capabilities, excel academically, and have achieved in a sport or creative and performing art, the Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship programme could be for you.

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ARTS PRACTITIONER FUND – ASIA NEW ZEALAND FOUNDATION

This Arts Practitioners Fund provides support for experiential opportunities for individual New Zealand-based arts practitioners to deepen artistic and professional connections with Asia, including residencies, work placements, research tours and exchanges.

Contestable arts funding is for:
– Individual artists, including visual artists, writers, musicians, choreographers, directors and performers
– Individual arts managers, including curators, producers, programmers

The funding is for current practitioners who have a track record of professional achievement.

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ANTARCTICA NEW ZEALAND

Community Engagement Programme (formerly the Media Programme and Artists and Writers Programme) plays a crucial part in informing and influencing the public’s understanding towards the science and operations in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. Their aim is to support innovative Community Engagement proposals which align to Antarctica New Zealand’s purpose; Inspiring people to connect with Antarctica, through knowledge and collaboration and vision: Valued. Protected. Understood.

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THE NEW ZEALAND MENTAL HEALTH & MEDIA GRANTS

The New Zealand Mental Health Media Grants were first established in 2007 as a partnership between the Mental Health Foundation and the Like Minds, Like Mine Programme.

Previous projects have been successful in challenging people’s perceptions of the experience of mental distress and the journey to recovery by producing emotive and thought-provoking current affairs packages, plays, music, art exhibitions, magazine articles, documentaries and more.

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WILD CREATIONS – DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & CREATIVE NZ

Wild Creations is a collaboration between DOC and Creative New Zealand that gives New Zealand artists the chance to be inspired by our unique natural and historic heritage.

Wild Creations offers a minimum of two artists the chance to experience Department of Conservation environments and/or programmes as inspiration for new art work.

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CREATIVES IN SCHOOLS

Ministry of Education, Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage and Creative New Zealand.

Creatives in Schools programme partners artists and creative practitioners with teachers and kaiako to foster new learning experiences for students and ākonga of all ages.

This is a joint initiative with Ministry of Education, Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage and Creative New Zealand.

The programme will see professional artists and creatives partner with schools and kura to share their artistic knowledge and creativity with students. It’s not only the New Zealand Curriculum arts disciplines of visual arts, dance, drama and music included – there are also opportunities for creative practitioners to work with schools and kura to share their creative expertise in areas such as film making, game design, fashion design, spoken word and more.

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CREATIVE COMMUNITIES SCHEME (CCS)

The scheme aims to increase participation from the local community in the arts sector, support the diversity of local cultural traditions and encourage and engage young people to participate in local arts. The term ‘arts’ is broadly defined to mean all forms of creative and interpretative expression.

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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.

Amount up to $65,000

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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.

Amount up to $65,000

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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.

Amount up to $10,000

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INTERNATIONAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT FUND

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.

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ARTS GRANTS – SHORT TERM PROJECT FUNDING

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
– Up to $10,000

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SUFFRAGE 125 FUND

This fund celebrates 125 years of Suffrage. Projects must focus on women from diverse cultural backgrounds who have helped advance women’s rights.

Up to $20,000

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NEW WORK TO ASIA FUND

This fund supports the development of new, high-quality New Zealand work for presentation in targeted territories in Asia.

$240,000 across two funding rounds

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Music

EDWIN CARR FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

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

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THE JACK MCGILL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP

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

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NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS  

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.

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MUSICHELPS GRANTS

Support for organisations who use the power of music to help and heal around New Zealand.
MusicHelps Grants is the way we partner with people and projects that use the magic of music to change the lives of people in need in Aotearoa.

The charity develops and supports a wide range of programmes that use music to help people who are at risk, vulnerable and experiencing health issues. The charity has made projects impacting over 60,000 people possible at youth organisations, hospices, schools, medical charities, rehabilitation centres and more all over New Zealand.

2 Funding Rounds per year

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OUTWARD SOUND – NEW ZEALAND MUSIC COMMISSION 

Outward Sound has been set up to provide assistance for market development initiatives and to encourage the entry of New Zealand music and musicians into global markets. New Zealand music industry practitioners (artists, managers etc) and firms (record companies, associated businesses) can apply for assistance through the international music market development grants program.

Outward Sound is implemented and managed by the New Zealand Music Commission. The programme is inclusive of music from all genres and styles, and applicants may target relevant markets around the world. Bands, composers, songwriters, producers, companies and solo artists can apply for Outward Sound support.

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NZ ON AIR – MUSIC FUNDING

Funding the recording and promotion of single songs, multi-song projects and music videos to help connect great NZ songs with NZ audiences.

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TAITE MUSIC PRIZE

Named after the late Dylan Taite, one of the country’s most highly respected music journalists, The Taite Music Prize‘s purpose is to recognise outstanding creativity for an entire collection of music contained on one album. The winner receives a cash prize of $10,000, to be spent as they wish. Additionally through the support of Red Bull Studios Auckland, the winner receives recording time at the Studios and a year’s supply of Red Bull product.

Also recognised at the ceremony are the Independent Spirit Award; the Independent Music NZ Classic Record – acknowledging a defining NZ record from our yesteryear and the Auckland Live Best Independent Debut award – celebrating the freshest talent of Aotearoa.

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RECORDED MUSIC GRANTS

Recorded Music NZ sets aside up to 1% of net revenue, and makes this available for educational, archival/conservation and charitable projects that fall within the scope of the Music Grants programme.

The types of projects supported by Music Grants are:

  • Educational projects such as workshops and seminars or events aimed at skills development for those involved in the NZ music industry.
  • Archival/conservation projects which focus on the preservation of the NZ recorded music industry’s history, both current and older.
  • Charitable type projects that contribute to the vibrancy of the NZ music industry, and which don’t qualify for assistance from MusicHelps.

4 Funding rounds per year

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Ngā Toi Māori

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

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TOI TIPU TOI REA FUND

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  

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Pacific Arts

THE CREATIVE NEW ZEALAND/MACMILLAN BROWN PACIFIC RESIDENCE PROGRAMME

The Creative New Zealand/Macmillan Brown Pacific Artist in Residence Programme has been offered on an annual basis since 1996. Artists have an opportunity to develop new directions in their artistic practice. The programme also supports and promotes the development of indigenous Pacific art in New Zealand.

Expressions of interest are invited from Pacific artists for a three-month artist in residence position at the University of Canterbury. The applicants will have some expertise and experience in any one of the following areas: fine art, carving, tattooing, music, weaving, pottery, dancing, graphic design, poetry, creative writing, new media art and other forms of creative expression. The residency aims to promote Pacific artistic innovation to the university community, nationally, regionally and internationally.

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SAMOA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE 

Samoa Artist in Residence $25,000This residency is in partnership with the National University ofSamoa. It offers three months in Apia, Samoa for a midcareer or established New Zealand artist of Pacific heritageto work on an arts project and develop their, skills andpractice.

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Visual Arts

MILES ART AWARDS 

Only open to BOP artists

This bi-annual event and exhibition is an opportunity for artists residing in the Bay of Plenty to submit their most accomplished artworks for Tauranga’s premiere art award. The finalists work will be shown in a curated exhibition.

The event is named after one of Tauranga Art Gallery’s original donors, Venetta Miles, who is remembered for her considerable foresight and generosity. The Miles Art Awards is generously supported by The Venetta Miles Trust and made possible also thanks to the Friends of Tauranga Art Gallery, Tauranga Mayor, The Incubator Creative Hub, and the Bay of Plenty Times.

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ADAM PORTRAITURE AWARD

The Adam Portraiture Award is a biennial competition for painted portraits at The New Zealand Portrait Gallery, generously sponsored by the Adam Foundation.

First Prize: $20,000
Runner up: $2,500
People’s Choice: $2,500

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WALLACE ART AWARDS

Sir James Wallace established the Annual Art Awards in 1992. These Awards are the longest surviving and largest annual art awards of their kind in New Zealand, with a value amounting to over $275,000. The six winners receive valuable residencies at prestigious institutions in the US, Switzerland, Italy and Russia. Many of the winners’ and finalists’ artworks are purchased by the Trust each year to add to the Collection.

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NZ SCULPTURE ONSHORE EXHIBITION

NZ Sculpture OnShore is New Zealand’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition held every two years at the spectacular Fort Takapuna/ 0 Peretu Historic Reserve on Auckland’s North Shore.

The exhibition, which features work from established and emerging artists, provides a unique snapshot of contemporary three dimensional art practice in New Zealand and further afield.

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FIELDAYS NO.8 WIRE

Held annually around the Fieldays event, the Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award celebrates innovation by challenging artists to create artworks using No.8 wire, an iconic Kiwi agricultural product.

The award, hosted by Waikato Museum, culminates in a public exhibition in May/June at Hamilton’s ArtsPost. The award draws on an iconic farm product and translates this through talent and ingenuity into an art form.

Entrants are invited to utilise agricultural-based materials and No.8 wire to create sculptural artworks.

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MOLLY MORPETH CANADAY PAINTING AND DRAWING AWARD

Presented by Arts Whakatāne and Whakatāne Museum and Arts,

This non-acquisitive award is highly regarded and dedicated to excellence across contemporary and traditional painting genres. The Award has developed over 30 years and sits credibly within the New Zealand arts community. A high standard of work is selected to form the exhibition from nation wide entries by three pre-selection judges.

For participants, the award offers professional development opportunities for artists by showcasing their practice to peers, collectors, critics, museum curators, the media and the community at large.

MOLLY MORPETH CANADAY AWARD – 3D ART FORM

Presented by Arts Whakatāne and Whakatāne District Council, this national award aims to support artists by presenting 3D work across a range of disciplines; and to engage a national discussion about contemporary 3D arts practice and its presentation in New Zealand.

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NZ PAINTING AND PRINTMAKING 2020

NZ Painting and Printmaking award is an annual award administered by Waikato Society of Arts.

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LYSAGHT WATT TRUST ART AWARD

The inaugural Lysaght Watt Trust Art Award was held in 2013 at the Lysaght Watt Gallery in Hawera, South Taranaki.

The major prize of $3000 (sponsored by the Lysaght Watt Trust), as well as several other sponsored prizes, continues to draw entries from artists throughout New Zealand.

A different theme is selected annually, with past themes including Daily life, Yin Yang, Self Portrait and Rising.

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NATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART AWARD

The National Contemporary Art Award can be described as brave, colourful and never shy, an award which takes on an exciting genre – contemporary art. Contemporary art is simply described as art that has been and continues to be created during our lifetimes. In other words, contemporary to us.

Key members of the Waikato Society of Arts initiated and launched what we now know as the National Contemporary Art Award in 2000.

Every year a new judge is chosen with the credibility to choose the finalists and the ultimate winner. Through elimination, it is the judge who curates the award, shaping the final exhibition as well as choosing a winner and merit award winners.

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PANZ BOOK DESIGN AWARDS

The Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ) established the PANZ Book Design Awards to promote excellence in, and provide recognition for the best book design in New Zealand.

The entries are judged in seven categories:

  • Penguin Random House New Zealand Award for Best Illustrated Book
  • Upstart Press Award for Best Non-illustrated Book
  • Edify Award for Best Educational Book
  • Scholastic New Zealand Award for Best Children’s Book
  • Mary Egan Publishing Award for Best Typography
  • HarperCollins Publishers Award for Best Cover
  • 1010 Printing Award for Best Cookbook

The winner of the coveted Gerard Reid Award for Best Book sponsored by Nielsen Book is chosen from the shortlist.

A further award goes to the Allen & Unwin Young Designer of the Year.

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Writers

NZSA MENTOR PROGRAMME

The NZ Society of Authors mentorship programme is for writers who want professional development, a safe space to discuss their work, intellectual community, role models, accountability and substantive feedback. It is designed to give beginning or emerging writers who demonstrate potential and commitment the opportunity to work closely with an experienced writer as their mentor in order to hone their writing skills and, in the process, take a piece of work from the early stages to a polished manuscript with potential for publication.

This programme is open to financial members of the NZSA. Mentors dedicate 25 hours of their time to a full mentorship and 12.5 hours to a half mentorship. Each mentorship spans a 7 – 8 month period which starts in April when the match is confirmed and ends in November of that year.

APPLICATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAMME ARE OPEN FROM 1 DECEMBER TO 1 FEB IN ANY GIVEN YEAR

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PANZ BOOK DESIGN AWARDS

The Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ) established the PANZ Book Design Awards to promote excellence in, and provide recognition for the best book design in New Zealand.

The entries are judged in seven categories:

  • Penguin Random House New Zealand Award for Best Illustrated Book
  • Upstart Press Award for Best Non-illustrated Book
  • Edify Award for Best Educational Book
  • Scholastic New Zealand Award for Best Children’s Book
  • Mary Egan Publishing Award for Best Typography
  • HarperCollins Publishers Award for Best Cover
  • 1010 Printing Award for Best Cookbook

The winner of the coveted Gerard Reid Award for Best Book sponsored by Nielsen Book is chosen from the shortlist.

A further award goes to the Allen & Unwin Young Designer of the Year.

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FUNDERS

A list of funding providers that support arts and culture organisations and projects in New Zealand.

FUNDING KNOWLEDGE BASE

Tips, guides and juicey resources to sink your teeth into and gain insights into attaining funding for your creative projects.

CREATIVE COMMUNITIES SCHEME

Funding for community creative arts and culture projects with the aim of increasing participation and support diversity in the arts sector in our region.

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