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Long-term Insights Briefing highlights opportunities for future of Aotearoa’s arts, culture and heritage

2023 Jan 26

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage has published its inaugural Long-term Insights Briefing for the cultural sector. The Briefing explores five key areas that will influence the1vibranc…

Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund second round of recipients announced

2022 Dec 20

Twenty-two cultural sector initiatives have been named today as the latest recipients of the Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund, giving them the backing they need to make a lasting impact for the1art…

New research confirms value of arts and culture more than dollars and tickets

2022 Dec 14

A trans-Tasman research venture into the value of the arts and culture sector urges that people look beyond economic benefits and attendance figures, toward assessing the wider benefits to1communiti…

Upgraded Auckland Film Studio ready to roll

2022 Dec 09

Beehive media release. The completion of upgrades to the Auckland Film Studio will provide an economic boost for Auckland and the country as a whole. The Government invested $30 million into the…

Announcing the winners of the 2022 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement

2022 Dec 02

Creative New Zealand media release Spanning an impressive range of genres, the work of the three recipients of the 2022 Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement represents some of the very…

New appointments to the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa

2022 Nov 21

Helen Klisser During and Puamiria Parata-Goodall (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Māmoe, Waitaha and Ngāti Kahungunu) have been appointed to the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New1Zealand…

NZSO and New Zealand Opera to perform electrifying Bluebeard’s Castle

2022 Nov 14

NZSO media release. The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and New Zealand Opera are partnering to perform a critically acclaimed new interpretation of Béla Bartók’s operatic masterpiece1Bluebeard…

Long-Term Insights Briefing: public consultation opens

2022 Nov 10

Consultation on the inaugural Long-Term Insights Briefing for the cultural sector is now open to the public until Sunday 27 November. These briefings are a relatively new requirement for all1centr…

Causing something to start

2022 Nov 04

Creative Waikato media release. A celebration of Leafa Wilson’s time as South Waikato Cultural Activator. Activate - to cause something to start. A movement, a sourdough starter, charcoal,1mix…

The Arts and Culture Event Support Scheme: the backup your crew needs

2022 Nov 03

Calling all event organisers! There’s still time to register your January events with the Arts and Culture Event Support Scheme to make sure that if things don’t go as planned, you have the1back…

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