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Commemorating Waitangi Day Fund 2019 applications now open

2018 Aug 20

Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage is now accepting funding applications for events in 2019 to commemorate the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. The Commemorating Waitangi Day Fu…

Pacific Arts Strategy – Draft for consultation

2018 Aug 03

Creative New Zealand is developing a new Pacific Arts Strategy and the draft strategy is now ready for feedback. The draft strategy has been developed after considering submissions on a1recent…

Te Putanga Toi Awards celebrate Art changing lives

2018 Aug 02

Over 200 people celebrated the role of Art in transforming lives and promoting inclusiveness at The Te Putanga Toi Awards at Parliament last night. The Awards hosted by Associate Arts, Culture1…

Grammy Award-winning violinist to debut with the NZSO in August

2018 Jul 27

Hailed as one of the world’s finest violinists, the Grammy Award-winning Augustin Hadelich makes his New Zealand Symphony Orchestra debut next month. Grammy Award-winning Augustin1Hadelich mak…

Creative New Zealand launches online best practice guide to community arts

2018 Jul 24

Creative New Zealand has launched a new online tool as a best practice guide for community arts projects in Aotearoa New Zealand: Keteparaha Mō Ngā Toi Hapori, or the Community Arts1Toolkit. Cre…

Celebrate! with the NZSO and Kiwi band The Phoenix Foundation

2018 Jul 17

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra joins forces with The Phoenix Foundation, one of the country’s most lauded bands, for a remarkable concert experience in August. The NZSO and The Phoenix1Found…

Palmerston North named New Zealand’s best creative place

2018 Jul 17

Creative New Zealand sponsored the award, which is one of five annual EXCELLENCE awards offered by Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) to recognise and celebrate the important role local government1…

Peerless virtuoso pianist to perform with the NZSO in July

2018 Jul 04

One of the world’s most exciting pianists returns to New Zealand in July to play one of the best loved pieces of music ever written for piano. Macedonian musician Simon Trpčeski will perform1Ed…

Creative NZ Announce $27 Million Arts Funding

2018 Jul 04

Creative New Zealand have announced they will invest $27 million in a wide range of arts organisations in 2019. The Arts Council of Creative New Zealand has agreed its annual funding through its tw…

A winter feast of Mozart and Beethoven with the NZSO

2018 Jun 06

Two great works by two of the giants of classical music will be performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in Napier, Tauranga, Auckland and New Plymouth in June. Mozart & Beethoven will1…

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