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Aotearoa Remembers 75 Years Since Ballantynes Fire

2022 Nov 16

This Friday 18 November marks the 75th anniversary of the fire at Ballantynes department store that resulted in the tragic loss of 41 lives. Kei ngā mate, koutou i riro i te parekura nui - e tang…

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…

He Hononga Taonga, He Hononga Tīpuna Third Video Released

2022 Nov 09

He hononga Tiriti – Ka mahi ngātahi a Te Manatū Taonga ki te taha o te iwi me te hapū hei manaaki hei tiaki i ngā taonga tuku iho. Today we are pleased to launch the third video in the1serie…

National wreath laying ceremony to commemorate Armistice Day

2022 Nov 07

Armistice Day will be commemorated with a national wreath laying ceremony at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington on Friday 11 November at 11am. "After four years of conflict, the Armi…

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…

Appointment of Professor Rangiānehu Mātāmua, Chief Advisor Mātauranga Matariki

2022 Nov 01

Appointment of Professor Rangiānehu Mātāmua, Chief Advisor Mātauranga Matariki E harikoa ana te Minita Tuarua mō te Toi, te Ahurea me te Tuku Ihotanga, a Kiri Allan, ki te pānui i te kopounga…

Te Papa exhibitions celebrate waka and their communities

2022 Nov 01

Te Papa media release. Two new exhibitions opening at Te Papa on Saturday 12 November celebrate waka – their inspiring history and the communities who keep the knowledge of waka voyaging alive t…

And we’re rolling on Government’s Screen Sector Review

2022 Oct 27

Beehive media release. The Government is taking action to secure the long-term future of the film and television industry through proposals released today for public consultation as part of the1Ne…

Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund announces first tranche of recipients

2022 Oct 27

Over $3 million in funding has been awarded to five cultural sector initiatives that have strong potential to provide lasting benefits for arts, culture and heritage in Aotearoa New1Zealand.   T…

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