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Changing the story on arts, culture and creativity in Aotearoa’ offers advice on how to build support for a future where artists and creativity thrive, and introduces ways of talking so people understand and support the changes that will make the biggest difference to the arts, culture and creative sector.
On 14 September 1972, Hana Te Hemara along with members of Ngā Tamatoa, the Te Reo Māori Society, kaumātua and supporting groups presented a petition of over 30,000 signatures to parliament calling on the Government to prioritise the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori. In recognition of that movement, the whānau and iwi of Hana Te Hemara have created I Am Hana a programme of community education and arts activity.
Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa is proud to announce the next Pacific Arts Summit will take place 11 – 13 October at Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington.
Painters and other visual artists whose work is resold will get 5 per cent in royalties under a new scheme set up as part of the European Union (EU) and United Kingdom (UK) trade agreements.
Toi Tipu Toi Rea, Creative New Zealand’s emerging Māori artists’ programme, has expanded; in addition to providing contestable funding, a new business-focussed capability support programme has been launched to help artists develop the enterprise skills they need for a successful career in the arts.
With additional support from the Government recently confirmed for this financial year, Creative New Zealand will be able to continue working with mātanga (expert knowledge holders) and pūkenga (specialists) around the country to protect and retain mātauranga toi – artform knowledge and tikanga integral to ngā toi Māori.