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Movie legend John Williams and more power NZSO’s 2023 Season

2022 Oct 07

NZSO media release. The music of cinema legend John Williams will be celebrated in two special concert programmes by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in 2023. The tribute concerts feature1Will…

Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni delivers speech on ‘Heritage and Cultural Diversity in Crisis’ theme

2022 Oct 05

Can you imagine a world without culture? UNESCO’s Mondiacult 2022 Conference, held in Mexico 28-30 September, posed that question as it invited the international community to engage jointly on a1c…

Te Papa welcomes home ancestral remains

2022 Oct 02

Te Papa media release. This morning, Te Papa welcomed home Māori and Moriori ancestral remains, repatriated from the Natural History Museum, Vienna. A repatriation pōwhiri marked the return of1t…

Government continues to future-proof arts, culture and heritage sector

2022 Sep 30

Beehive media release. The Government has announced further support for the recovery and resilience of the arts, culture and heritage sector as part of its COVID Recovery Programme’s Innovation1…

Kua Wātea he Takuhe hei Tautoko i ngā Hapori Whakanui i te Rā o Waitangi

2022 Sep 28

Kua tuwhera mai te Tahua Whakamaharatanga ki te Rā o Waitangi 2023 (te Tahua) hei tautoko i ngā huihuinga ā-rohe ka whakanui i ngā rā o mua, o anamata o Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Ko te Tahua, e1w…

Grants Available to Support Community Waitangi Day Celebrations

2022 Sep 28

Administered by Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage, the Fund enables community groups, local councils and tangata whenua to work together to organise events that deepen and broaden our…

Strategic Framework for a Sustainable Media System published today

2022 Sep 27

The Strategic Framework for a Sustainable Media System has been published today, providing a roadmap to guide the work that Manatū Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage - can do in partnership…

NZ On Air funds digital-first content for tamariki across the motu

2022 Sep 27

NZ On Air media release. NZ On Air has invested in the production of 16 dynamic new local series and games – available to tamariki across a wide range of digital and traditional media platforms…

NZ On Air Scripted funding supports talented new Aotearoa storytellers

2022 Sep 27

NZ On Air media release. NZ On Air has invested in six drama and comedy projects that support the development of talented emerging and mid-career screen practitioners. Miles From Nowhere is a1d…

Under-represented audiences the focus in latest Factual content funded by NZ On Air

2022 Sep 23

NZ On Air media release. Stories about and for under-represented communities feature in the latest Factual funding project announcements from NZ On Air. These include series that delve into1issue…

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