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Toi Māori takes centre stage in Government investment in culture and heritage

2022 May 31

Beehive media release. Government investment into culture and heritage will ensure the sector continues to flourish with a focus on resilience, sustainability, and mātauranga Māori, Associate1Mi…

Budget 2022 supports resilient and sustainable cultural sector

2022 May 19

Beehive media release. More than $185 million to help build a resilient cultural sector as it continues to adapt to the challenges coming out of COVID-19. Support cultural sector agencies to…

New partnership with MFAT will invest half a million in Pasifika artists

2022 May 16

Creative New Zealand media release. Pasifika artists in Aotearoa and the Pacific Islands will be supported to collaborate and share skills and knowledge in a new Digital Moana Nui a Kiva1initiativ…

Government’s support delivers path to recovery for arts and culture sector

2022 May 13

Beehive Media Release 295 events covering at least 607 performances that have had to cancel or suffered losses due to COVID-19 have had their costs reimbursed, with total support paid out to eve…

Pasifika Disabled artists supported through new co-designed initiative

2022 May 06

Creative New Zealand media release. Two Pasifika artists will lead a new pilot initiative to build stronger pathways to the arts and increase support for the Pasifika Disabled1community. Support…

Te Marama Puoro o Aotearoa NZ Music Month kicks off to help Aotearoa Musicians 'Level Up'

2022 Apr 21

New Zealand Music Commission media release. The New Zealand Music Commission are encouraging Aotearoa to ‘Level Up’ this TE MARAMA PUORO O AOTEAROA 2022 (NZ Music Month). This year’s1‘Leve…

New Zealand’s pavilion opens in Venice with Yuki Kihara’s 'Paradise Camp'

2022 Apr 20

Creative New Zealand media release. New Zealand’s pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia was officially opened on Wednesday 20 April with Yuki Kihara’s1en…

Celebrating an illustrious 50 years of kapa haka and waiata at Te Matatini

2022 Apr 14

Beehive media release. The world’s largest kapa haka festival Te Matatini has thrived over its 50-year journey, showcasing the brilliance of Māori performing arts and world-leading1kaihaka.  …

Government takes action to give Arts and Culture sector certainty

2022 Apr 08

Beehive media release. The Government is extending the Arts and Culture Event Support Scheme to cover new and recurring events from 15 June 2022 to 31 January 2023. “The Government recognises …

Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa is coming to Tūranganui-a-Kiwa Gisborne in June

2022 Apr 06

Creatives and innovators with ideas for the post-COVID recovery of Aotearoa' arts and culture sector are encouraged to attend one of three Te Urungi: Innovating Aotearoa events to be held online for…

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